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Follow-up students to social networking sites to learn about the daily events in Iraq and the achievements achieved

M.A. Muhammad Khadim Majeed

This research is descriptive research in terms of its type, and it uses the survey method in the context of what is related to surveying the target audience in the research, in order to identify the extent of the impact of social media sites on university students in their exposure to daily events in Iraq and in order to come up with specific scientific conclusions that answer them. Search questions.

The importance of the research lies in the extent of the widespread use of social media, which has become an integral part of the life of societies, but individuals have become acceptable to use these sites to a degree that may reach addiction at times, in addition to the fact that these sites attract many age groups in different societies, especially the group. University youth.

The research required dividing it into three topics, the first of which dealt with the methodological framework of the research, which included the problem of research, its importance, objectives, and methodology, as well as the research community, its sample and its fields, and the second topic dealt with the theoretical framework of the research, which included the concept of social networking sites, their types, motives and effects of their use. The third topic dealt with the field framework for research, which includes presentation and interpretation of the results of the analysis.

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