Social media and Social Transformation in Uganda‘s families
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The development and application of social media, has transformed Ugandan social life. Transformations are seen in the way Ugandans are socializing with one another and in the way families utilize their free time. Through a questionnaire survey, and interviews the paper examines the way technology development is transforming the social family cycle in Uganda. It further examines the challenges faced by families as a result of application of social media. Finally the paper proposes strategies of solving the challenges. This paper will benefit Ugandans and the people beyond, the researchers and educational administrators including the proponents of social media.
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