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Interpersonal Communication with High School and College Students
Journalism & Communication
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Interpersonal Communication with high school and college students College-going students need to build new networks at college. Nonetheless, it does not happen always that they earnestly attempt to maintain good and life-long connections. Totally ignoring this wealth of social connectivity would result in the loss of earned capital.
This notion can be called as "maintained social capital." By recognizing the role of Facebook and filling the gap of social capital, it can be stated that more use of Facebook can enhance the social capital positively (Ellison et al., 2007). A new term “friendsickness” has become common to express the feeling of loneliness resulting from the loss of past links with old classmates particularly when a student gets admission into a college after finishing school. Cummings et al. (2006) have explored the role played by internet technologies specifically on college-going students. Students maintain their interpersonal communication through the use of emails and short messaging service to remain in touch with their high school friends after they get away from their homes to join a college. ...
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