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ID number:338043
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Published: 09.04.2013.
Language: English
Level: College/University
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Conclusion
It’s impossible to avoid change, but are all changes offered to us good, or maybe some of them are better to be left behind. With this report the author tried to provide conforming information on the subject of social media and its currency. And has come to the following conclusions:
Social media an immaterialized subject that’s changing the world and how we see it. Social media started as a way to communicate easily to your family and friends, but it has grown in to one of the biggest cultural fen omens of our generation. It has created a magical circle, that has made as be more truthful. Now if we don’t like a product we tweet about it making it the world’s business, as just gossiping about it the people around as. And in the same context the organization can’t be untruthful because they are right in the eye of the world and the costumer. But Social media is also rapidly becoming a new force in organizations around the world allowing them to reach out to and understand consumers as never before. In many companies, it will move from a ‘one-off initiative’ to be an important.
The myth that only yang people use social media, has been broken. The demographics of social media shows that it has grown practically in to a situation where everyone that who owns a computer is on at least one of the popular social media networks. It’s showing that enterprise now need to catch up to their customers. It’s almost like if your company isn’t participating in the scene of social networking it doesn’t exist in the eyes of consumers. It used to be that cooperation’s needed to be on top of the percentage of consumer’s optimism, but now they need to be all over witch social media network is better to their organization.
And finally social media is changing communication patterns, however, are likely just the tip of the iceberg. We can argues that while observers have focused "on the power of mass protests to topple governments, the potential of social media lies mainly in their support of civil society and the public sphere - change measured in years and decades rather than weeks or months". The full implications of social media's impact in the international realm are hard to predict because the speed of innovation and development of these new platforms is so fast. It is also difficult to measure its influence with precision or foresee how they will be applied. What seems likely, however, is that we can expect more unexpected consequences from social media and that those who dismiss its power are making a risky gamble.
International field as any other is developing a system of using social networking. But as any other new thing the end result won’t be known for some time still. But if looked back at the success stories that are achieved already, it leaves a comforting thought that IR and social media are cooperating in a prospective and productive way.
World or International relations are still shocked of the impact that the movement Invisible children made to every one including United Nations and world leaders. It was one of the first, and defiantly the biggest campaign that showed the world what social media can do and achieve. It makes you think if a holiday of three boys to Africa develops of the most talked about social media company of 2012, than sorely any cause can be marketed with the help of social media.
Social media is a phrase being tossed around a lot these days, but it can sometimes be difficult to answer the question of what is social media. In this report you can find an overall look to the field of social media.
In final conclusion social media is connected not only international relations but also to anything around us, it’s the centre of media today, so it’s necessary to understand how it can boost an organization or sink it.

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