Professionalism, Romance, Facebook, Behaviour, Medical Education
Balapala, Kartheek R.
Sia, Wong Lee
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Social media site usage like Facebook is ubiquitous. Postings on social media have an impact on the perceived professionalism of students and practitioners. Facebook is a social networking service launched in February 2004, owned and operated by Facebook, Inc. Social networking is about getting connected with someone on an emotional, social and spiritual level. It is spending time with a special person, special glances and feelings felt when in each other's company. Sexual feelings are intertwined with romantic feelings, but romantic feelings need notbepart of sexual feelings. Romance also tragic in conflict with the society as depicted in historical tales and epics. Today, in the world of Twitter, Facebook and the rest of it, with the advent of iPhone and iPads dating means all sorts of things and sometimes nothing at all. Objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of Facebook on the relations, social life, health and behavior of college students and adults.