I. Introduction and thesis: Social learning is the type of learning that incorporates the cognitive process, whereby knowledge is accumulated in a social context, through observation of others and direct instructions(Bandura, 2005. P1). The paper will seek to determine the implications of social learning, as well as, the paybacks and setbacks of social media tools.
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II. Conclusion. To sum up, social learning is the learning that transpires in a group of people in society through interacting with each other. The learning influences the opinion of people in an organization when the knowledge is shared by the entire population, and it becomes a shared aspect amongst them. It also fosters relationships among people as they have a common perspective through the information shared between them. Social media tools are essential in ensuring social learning is achieved.
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