The number of people who use social media has skyrocketed in recent years. This is due to technological advancements, such as the availability of low-cost mobile phones, which has resulted in a staggering increase in the number of individuals who use social media. Every smartphone these days must have at least one social media app installed. Teenagers and young people are not the only ones who use social media; the elderly have also begun utilising it and incorporating it into their daily lives. In addition, social media has the ability to disseminate information more swiftly. As a result, the positive usage of social media must be expanded to its full potential. This study aims to examine the role of the media in informing students about the need to repaying their student loans. The motivations driving media awareness, social media, and information literature are examined in this study. Following the above factors, the study discusses the function of the media in educating graduates on how to pay back their student loans. Finally, implications for future research on the role of the media in informing students about the need of repaying their education loans are discussed.
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31 October 2022
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Multidisciplinary sciences, sustainable development goals (SDG), urbanisation
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Pfordten, N. E., Aqmal Jamil, M., & Sabli, N. (2022). A Conceptual Review Of The Social Media's Role In Education Loan Repayment. In H. H. Kamaruddin, T. D. N. M. Kamaruddin, T. D. N. S. Yaacob, M. A. M. Kamal, & K. F. Ne'matullah (Eds.), Reimagining Resilient Sustainability: An Integrated Effort in Research, Practices & Education, vol 3. European Proceedings of Multidisciplinary Sciences (pp. 88-95). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epms.2022.10.9