Facebook is one of the largest and most populated SNS in the world that is accessible by anyone including university students.
Hence, it is interesting to understand the habits of use of such application by students, how they interact on these sites, and the nature of their influence on the deployment of Facebook into formal learning and as course communication tool.
Findings from this research revealed that majority of the respondents use Facebook approximately 30 minutes to 2 hours daily.
Similar to the findings from another study, the students communicated on Facebook using a one-to-many style however in a more passive manner as most of the instances, they are not the creator of the content but only as viewer.
This study could be extended to study more in-depth habits of SNS use by postgraduate students.
DESCRIPTION: Współcześnie rolę zastępczą dawniejszych form pośredników szukania partnera życiowego pełnią wirtualne portale randkowe (Ściupider-Młodkowska, 2013).
Dating through Internet is providing incredibly useful features.
When singles are looking for partners, internet can provide effective and more enjoyable alternatives at a low searching cost.
It also provides many new ways and organized approach to mating ritual.
This study identifies the attitudes of young adults towards online social networks and online dating sites usage.
Besides, this study also examines the different behavior between male and female online daters.
The results of this study show that most young adults have a Facebook ID. One major finding is that females are searching their long term partners through online dating sites, while the males are mainly interested in building casual relationships.
ABSTRACT: The rise of social networking sites (SNSs) is currently overwhelming.
Individuals are now able to interact, connect, and share information, photos, and other media in various SNSs.