Organising in a virtual world

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As the world ties itself closer together through concepts like globalization, the use of technology improves to fulfill the needs of the burgeoning world. As new changes are made in technology everyday, it becomes easier for the ordinary worker to be able to afford a lot of new equipment and knowledge available in the market…

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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. ...
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