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The Meaning of Community in a Modern World

Nowadays, it seems as though the entire world is online. If you haven’t already noticed, with all of the new devices emerging at rapid pace, it’s easy to get lost in all of the exciting tech at our disposal. As time passes and we continue to indulge ourselves in communications with social media apps such as Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram, a growing dichotomy seems to be taking effect. There are some out there that view this increase in virtual communities, as a direct contributor to the breakdown of society and traditional values. On the other hand, there is the position that these modern modes of communication, are simply another outcome of globalization; an increasingly interconnected world through the evolution of technology.

Personally, I have got to admit that being able to open Google Hangout’s, or Snapchat and talk to someone on the other side of the world in real time, has become a luxury that I am hooked on. I think that being able to use social media apps and the …
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