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What Does It Mean To Be A Leader In Our Respective Countries And Also In A More Interconnected World?

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Currently, against the backdrop of the globalization, people are connected better together. This phenomenon means that people demand more immediacy and convenience of information dissemination. The advancement of technology has greatly reduced the transaction cost of obtaining information, but this improvement has also become a prone to pre-emptive initial effects. Because of this, how to identify the authenticity of the message will anchor the leader's decision-making.

The diversity of the social platform enriches people's lives, and makes Internet sharing one of the ways to maintain interpersonal relationships. However, the unrecognized sharing brings risk to ...

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