What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘social networking’?   2 comments

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1) What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘social networking’?
2) Hasn’t social networking been a part of human society for tens of thousands of years?
3) Have you joined any social networking sites? Are they fun?
4) Are social networking sites for people who aren’t good at meeting people face to face?
5) What’s the best social networking site?
6) Should companies ban their employees from using social networking sites at work?
7) What new features would you like to see on social networking sites?
8) Do you think social networking could really be called “social networking’?
9) Have you ever tried to find friends on a social networking site?
10) Do you think your country’s leader has a page on a social networking site? What do you think it might contain?


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1) What is social networking?
2) What are the pros and cons of social networking?
3) Are social networking sites dangerous?
4) Are you good at networking face to face?
5) Isn’t social networking just a fancy name for meeting people and keeping in touch?
6) Should children be allowed to use social networking sites?
7) Is it possible that social networking sites make people lonelier?
8) Which sites of famous people would you like to join?
9) Would you prefer to meet new people at a party or online?
10) Are social networking sites changing our daily behavior?



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