The MySpace Generation

DeWolfe, Chris
May 2007
Forbes Asia;5/7/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p72
The article offers a look at the prevalence of the use of MySpace online social community. The author contends that users in MySpace community, most are young people, are not aware and are not talking about the current events in their countries. He argues that they share and interact with each other about politics and present news. He claims that MySpace offers an immediate means of two-way communication and has the ability to re-democratize politics.


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