“A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge Regarding Poor Habit and Illness Impacted by Social Media and Pop Culture among People Selected in Rural Area, Greater Noida, U.P”

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Ms. Divya Upreti, Mr. Ketan Sharma, Ms. Aastha Singh, Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma, Dr. Rimple Sharma, Ms. Himanshi Bhardwaj

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Introduction: Social media is an online platform which people use to build social networks or social relations with other people who share similar personal or career interests, activities, backgrounds or real-life connections. The impact of social networks on young people is significant. It is becoming increasingly clear that social networks have become part of people’s lives. Many adolescent people are using their laptops, tablet computers and smart phones à to check Tweets and status updates from their friends and family.


Aim: To assess the knowledge regarding poor habit and illness impacted by social media and pop culture to bring a significant change in rural area ,Greater Noida, U. P,


Material and Methods: A qualitative research approach was used and the research design adopted for the present study was descriptive survey research design. Convenient sampling technique was used for data collection in the study. The setting of the study was Ghanghola village. Greater Noida, U.P. and the target population for the study was rural people in Ghanghola village, Greater Noida, U.P.


Result: The findings highlight that awareness programme can play a significant role to aware the rural people regarding poor habits and illness impacted by social media and pop culture and their management and programme of illness due social media and pop culture.


Conclusion: The study concluded majority rural people have average knowledge of bad impact of social media. Others regarding poor habits and illness impacted by social media and pop culture among elected in rural area, Greater Noida, U.P.

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