The Role of Social Media in Shaping Cultural and Political Trends


  • Prof. Wei Wu Lingnan University, Hong Kong Author


contemporary society, digital communication, political participation


This study explores the multifaceted influence of social media on the shaping of cultural and political trends in contemporary society. In an era characterized by the widespread adoption of digital communication platforms, social media has emerged as a powerful force that transcends geographical boundaries and connects individuals on a global scale. This research delves into the dynamic interplay between social media, culture, and politics, examining how these platforms serve as influential agents in shaping public opinion, fostering cultural exchange, and influencing political landscapes. The investigation begins by reviewing the evolution of social media and its transformative impact on communication patterns. It then delves into the ways in which social media facilitates the dissemination of cultural content, enabling the rapid sharing of ideas, customs, and artistic expressions. By analyzing case studies and current examples, the study illustrates how social media platforms serve as virtual spaces where cultural identities are constructed, negotiated, and sometimes contested.




How to Cite

The Role of Social Media in Shaping Cultural and Political Trends. (2023). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 6(1), 29-35.

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