Besides, some mothers have entrusted only sites ideally for spirituals motives. They have developed trust about online spiritual friends whom would mutually assist them share the meaning of life (Reilly and Podnieks 23).
Online media on the other hand, online media has promoted socialization through what is termed as citizen journalism. This involves the collection and publication of information through online sources without seeking for payments (Thorsen and Allan 121). Citizen journalist, to some extent may be termed as public network participatory, which is considered as one of the most informative source of media. It has developed how people interact and associate more effectively. Moreover, with the increase in the number of internet accessible mobile phones, the dissemination of information has become considerably easier and even cheaper. A number of merits have risen with the availability of citizen journalism. For instance, no professionalism is needed and events coverage can easily take place in absence of professional journalism. Contrastingly, street journalism lacks professional ethics since information is just distributed without adequate verification. Additionally, it does not give clear distinction between opinions and facts since most of the people involved lack proper knowledge in this profession. Moreover, citizen journalist or bloggers always consider their personal ambitions and this opens to biasness in their broadcasts (Thorsen and Allan