Thus, the beginning of this essay will discuss how a social networking site like Facebook can pose as a virtual organization. The latter part will talk of how Facebook as an organization is structured and managed. This will include the differences between a virtual and non-virtual institute and how they are run.
Thus as the availability and easy-to-use websites increase so do social network sites. Social networking sites are famous not only because of their ability to maintain pre-existing social networks but also because it can help bring together strangers who can meet and discuss shared interests online: politics, sports or entertainment.
Social networks run in a certain way. They allow users to create a profile online, make a list of users they share an interest with and visit these connections made within the system (Boyd & Ellison, 2007).
The virtual world is one in which an individual can access a computer-simulated world and provide stimuli which allows the user to manipulate their current position and place themselves in a location other than where they are (Biocca & Levy, 1995)
Virtual worlds are divided into two different genres: one is used for gaming while the other is used to create virtual communities. ...