Review of Social-Media Dissociation During COVID-19 Pandemic


Authors : Dr. Anuj Singh; Dr. Neha Singh Chauhan; Dr. Shailendra Kumar Singh

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20SEP247

The pervasive mental breakdown of COVID19 with compulsion of social distancing and isolation barricaded the human relation. This calamity has built up new rules in the society for survival of mankind. Compelling technological based interaction through social media as the safest mode of interaction. But excessive social media networking leads addiction, obsession and finally to depression respectively. As proven with previous literature, there is almost 50% surge in social media usage, resulting in three fold enhancement of depression during this pandemic. This review is attempted to emphasis, how excessive social media networking hampers mental well being of the community along with suggestive measure to overcome this issue.

Keywords : Social-Media, Pandemic, Depression

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