The present research argues that engagement with online discussion forums can have underappreciated benefits for users’ well-being and engagement in offline civic action, and that identification with other online forum users plays a key role in this regard. The popularity of online forums engages communities in specific topics that is open for discussion.
There are subject matters that virtually cover everything imaginable, reaching a massive range of participants. Subjects are vast with discussions that vary from lighthearted to very intense. Expressing yourself on certain issues that are of importance including everything from politics and religion, to sharing grandmother’s apple pie recipe. Main topics are opened on a forum board for discussion called “threads” where individuals post their comments and views to the thread. Sometimes these threads can branch off in relationship to the main topic.
The benefits you get from our community—the answers people provide to their questions, the sense of belonging, the entertaining interactions all become associated with your brand.
Our Monthly Virtual Human Rights Forum offers an opportunity to contribute to the growing conversation about multicultural society, social justice, international relations, children's rights, women's rights, youth affairs, global peace and socioeconomic security. The Monthly Virtual Human Rights Forum establishes an electronic forum and clearing house to communicate across the community, government, service provision, non-government/advocacy, academic, with an interest in human development, freedom, and social inclusion, cultural and religious diversity, the promotion and protection of human rights.