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Dr. Farukh, Aqsa Bibi


This study elaborates the issues of the relationship between the social media and its impact on the language of young generation's today.

The word social media means collection of applications (such as WhatsApp, youtube, vidmate, twitter, Facebook, Snap chat, Tiktok, snack video, instagram etc) allow the people to be aware about all the events and current affairs through social networking. These applications help the people to share information with each other. In this modern era of 21st century adults, elders and children are using the social media. We can say that social media is a progressive source for the people belonging to different age groups. Information technologies changed the living standard of people. (Rana, 2018) The worlds become global village due to social media. social media have explored the negative and positive impacts on the language of young generation (Tahir, 2015 ; Ahmad 2018).people can send information in the form of text messages through the chatting applications. These advance applications allow the people to send their photos and videos to each other due to which people are in strong interaction with each other. There are some applications which are an easier source for students in learning. The current research is proposed to explore the social media impacts on youth's language.

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