The Impact of Social Media the Dissemination and Teaching of Mandarin Language: A Systematic Review

Yu Ting Wang, Mohd. Khairie bin Ahmad, Tinglei Liu


In the current digital landscape, social media has emerged as a vital conduit for the dissemination of information and the sharing of resources, demonstrating significant potential for language acquisition. This investigation delves into the impact and utility of social media in the arena of learning mandarin as a second language. Through a systematic examination of 29 scholarly articles, this study concentrates on the strategic employment of various social media platforms, including WeChat and Facebook, to furnish learners of mandarin with an authentic and immediate educational milieu, thereby facilitating the enhancement of their communicative proficiency. The sentence examines the unique characteristics and limitations of various digital learning environments in Mandarin language education. It suggests strategies to overcome cultural and technological challenges, aiming to improve teaching methods and the spread of the Mandarin language. The insights gleaned from this research will furnish mandarin language instructors and digital media analysts with a framework to foster pedagogical innovation in the digital epoch.

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