The Role of Information and Communication Technology in the FP3K Community (Youth Forum Cares for Karo Education)
Humans are basically social creatures. In traditional life, the tendency of humans to live socially can be seen from their daily activities that require interaction with other humans such as fulfilling basic needs. They try to find connectivity with other humans in the search for these needs even though they are in different environments and do not know each other, it is the process that then forms communities which are social groups of several organisms that share an environment that generally has the same interests. The development of technology, especially the Internet, has a great impact on the culture of the community in their activities, the growth of this media has an influence on the culture of the community in interacting and communicating. With various developments of internet media such as social media, blogs, microblogs, web-communities, portals and so on, people can easily interact online or directly at the same time without any geographical, space or time restrictions, they can share anything "realtime". “Especially with the development of gadgets that make it easier for people to connect with each other. Interaction between individuals in cyberspace can be said to be a process of representing themselves through the medium of digital internet media, not physical presentations. The ease of connection that continues to develop changes the culture of social activities such as the ease in sharing various problems that exist around them and opening up the active role of its members to build solutions or a common goal. The focus of research in discussing this journal is the role of Information and Communication Technology in the FP3K community (Forum Pemuda Peduli Pendidikan Karo).
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