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How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
How Facebook Changed Dating: Flipbook Assignment by Leanne Gardner
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  • 1. Love in the Time of Facebook:How Facebook has Changed the Dating WorldImage Credit: WebRankingPictures
  • 2. Meeting/dating/relationship-ingwas hard enough before 2003.Image Credit: Scott Spiegel Source:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
  • 3. And thenFacebookcreated a whole new set ofobstacles,awkward conversations,andunclear situations.Image Credit: maheshmedindia Source:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
  • 4. Can I like their profile picture?Are we “Facebook Official”?Can I tag them in this photo?Are they flirting with that person?Why did they post a winking face?Can their parents read this?Is this picture of us too ‘couple-y’?Am I Facebook stalking them too much?Do I have to change my relationship status?Why does that person keep ‘Liking’ and commenting on their photos? Do they like him/her?Is ‘Liking’ their photo too forward?Image Credit: phillippesarts
  • 5. to check up on their significant others,see what others are doing on the Internet,and checking people out,And with over 60% of college students using Facebookit is no wonder that relationships have experienced a new type of strain from social media.Image Credit: King-datingSource: Robert S.Tokunga,Social networking site or social surveillance site?
  • 6. On Facebook, relationships have to fit into in apull down menu of a few options — it’s one of the only places...where youcan’t fill in the blank.Image Credit: LaCrisSource:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
  • 7. The difficulty of dating in the era ofFacebookis not just in your head, either.Source:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)Image Credit: JesseWright
  • 8. Researchers have found that Facebookreally is altering, or at least reflecting,new relationship patterns-even how people break up.Source:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
  • 9. “It could definitely be a constraint for people, another step in the breakup process thatcould perhaps reduce the likelihood of breaking up.”- Gretchen KelmerSource:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)Image Credit: PhillipZminda
  • 10. Even if you and your partner decide you want to break up,pressure from friends and family on Facebook may hinder your decision.Image Credit:AtlasWebConsulting
  • 11. Before Facebook, ending a relationship actuallymeant the end of communication--for the most part.Image Credit: NicadlrSource:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
  • 12. Not anymore.Once you finally manage to sever offline ties, there’s reallyno way to avoid virtual run-ins with your exunless you’re off of Facebook entirely.Source:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
  • 13. Not only do people use Facebook to monitor the activities of currentromantic partners, but as many as one-third use Facebook tokeep tabs on former romantic partnersSource: Tara Marshall, Facebook Surveillance of Former Romantic Partners:Associations with PostBreakup Recovery and Personal GrowthImage Credit: iHughes22
  • 14. Facebook surveillance of ex-partners has been linked to negative outcomes...The potential for Facebook contact and surveillance of an ex candisrupt emotional recovery and growth following a breakup.Source: Tara Marshall, Facebook Surveillance of Former Romantic Partners: Associations with PostBreakup Recovery and Personal GrowthImage Credit: TheAspiringPhotographer
  • 15. By not having a“clean break”from your ex,your emotional stateand ability to move onfrom your relationshipis impeded by Facebook.Source: Rachel Elphinston: Time to Face It! Facebook Intrusion and the Implications for Romantic Jealousy and Relationship Satisfaction Image Credit:Victoria Soderstrom
  • 16. Remaining Facebook friends with a former partnerand checking his or her Facebook profile isassociated with continuing breakup-relateddistress, negative feelings, desire for the ex-partner, and inhibited personal growth.Source: Rachel Elphinston: Time to Face It! Facebook Intrusion and the Implications for Romantic Jealousy and Relationship Satisfaction Image Credit: Obanchito
  • 17. The results of studies suggest that young peoples levelsof Facebook intrusion can impact their romanticrelationshipsnegatively.Source: Rachel Elphinston: Time to Face It! Facebook Intrusion and the Implications for Romantic Jealousy and Relationship Satisfaction Image Credit: GoingSlo
  • 18. From the initial moments of a budding relationship, and even when ending the relationship, couples on Facebook are faced with a lower level of privacy and seclusion which could result in further issues. Image Credit: SangronCito
  • 19. But as complicated as Facebook has made it to date someone, stay dating, stop dating andmove on —these things were really freaking hard to do before Facebook.Source:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too) Image Credit: DanielAdamstm
  • 20. But there’s no research (yet) that says the advent ofFacebookhas ruined love, so there is still hope.Source:Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too) Image Credit: mkhmarketing
  • 21. Image Credit:All images are sourced via the Flickr CreativeCommons. Each image is the property of itsrespective designer and is licensed under theCreative Commons Non-Commercial Share-Alike agreement .
  • 22. Sourceshttp://www.buzzfeed.com/atmccann/how-facebook-ruined-dating-and-breaking-up-toohttp://online.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/cyber.2012.0125http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/cyber.2010.0318http://search.proquest.com/docview/1040722422http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747563210002724

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