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TECHNOLOGY CREATES SOCIAL
ISOLATION AND NEUROSIS
1
INFORMATION TO BE COVERED
 Introduction
 Definitions – Social Isolation/Neurosis
 Technology's influence
 Isolation
 ...
WHAT IS SOCIAL ISOLATION?
Social isolation is an objective
condition in which people have little
interaction with others....
WHAT IS NEUROSIS?
 Neurosis can be defined as relatively mild
personality disorder typified by excessive anxiety or
indec...
THE TYPES OF TECHNOLOGIES INFLUENCE
SOCIAL ISOLATION
 Cell phones
 Tablets
 Laptops and Computers
 Video game consoles...
ISOLATION
 The strongest criticism that can be made of social
media networks is that they deprive us of human
interaction...
EXAMPLES OF HOW PEOPLE ISOLATE
THEMSELVES
o Technology has made us so addicted to the point
where people are isolating our...
ADDICTION
 Dr. Jerald Block, author for the American Journal of
Psychiatry, says Internet addiction can now be
identified...
WHAT EXPERTS SAY?
 MIT professor and clinical psychologist Sherry Turkle:
 spent a decade looking at how people relate t...
PROS OF TECHNOLOGY & SOCIAL MEDIA
 Increased productivity
 Communication is easier
 latest news and events that are goi...
CONS OF TECHNOLOGY & SOCIAL MEDIA
 Deprive us of human interaction
 Addicted without actually knowing it
 Feelings of l...
CONS CONTINUED
 Cell phones and computers has allowed work to
invade and destroy personal time and time with our
family a...
STATISTICS
13
 In Korea, a Boot Camp Cure for Web
Obsession, "'Up to 30 percent of South Koreans
under 18, or about 2.4 m...
CONCLUSION
 As a result, technology cause social isolation and neurosis
 Many studies from university psychologists have...
CONCLUSION CONTINUED
 The overrated use of Internet has brought coldness
and distance between people.
 Instead of meetin...
REFERENCES
 Crimbchin, P. (2011). The CyBurr. The Online Edition of Kent State University's Special
Interest Magazine. Re...
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  1. 1. TECHNOLOGY CREATES SOCIAL ISOLATION AND NEUROSIS 1
  2. 2. INFORMATION TO BE COVERED  Introduction  Definitions – Social Isolation/Neurosis  Technology's influence  Isolation  Addiction  The Experts  Pros  Cons  Statistics  Conclusion  References 2
  3. 3. WHAT IS SOCIAL ISOLATION? Social isolation is an objective condition in which people have little interaction with others. This can be at: School Work Public Home 3
  4. 4. WHAT IS NEUROSIS?  Neurosis can be defined as relatively mild personality disorder typified by excessive anxiety or indecision and a degree of social or interpersonal maladjustment 4
  5. 5. THE TYPES OF TECHNOLOGIES INFLUENCE SOCIAL ISOLATION  Cell phones  Tablets  Laptops and Computers  Video game consoles  Television  Social media -Facebook & Twitter 5
  6. 6. ISOLATION  The strongest criticism that can be made of social media networks is that they deprive us of human interaction, and create virtual substitutes that still maintain emotional distance. 6
  7. 7. EXAMPLES OF HOW PEOPLE ISOLATE THEMSELVES o Technology has made us so addicted to the point where people are isolating our selves on a daily basis  Some students, admit that they purposely isolate themselves with their iPods between classes. 7
  8. 8. ADDICTION  Dr. Jerald Block, author for the American Journal of Psychiatry, says Internet addiction can now be identified as causing “compulsive-impulsive disorders, such as checking e-mail constantly or always thinking the phone is vibrating.” 8
  9. 9. WHAT EXPERTS SAY?  MIT professor and clinical psychologist Sherry Turkle:  spent a decade looking at how people relate to “emotional” robots, and our preoccupation all things virtual, over face to face communication  we “friend” people on Facebook, keeping people at an emotional distance;  we text and tweet in 140 characters or less, instead of picking up the telephone and engaging with another 9
  10. 10. PROS OF TECHNOLOGY & SOCIAL MEDIA  Increased productivity  Communication is easier  latest news and events that are going around in the world  interact with new people, interact with our existing social ties using the Internet  easier for job seekers to find jobs, locate old friends, and stay in touch with friends and family. 10
  11. 11. CONS OF TECHNOLOGY & SOCIAL MEDIA  Deprive us of human interaction  Addicted without actually knowing it  Feelings of loneliness are exacerbated by being online too much  Sites like Facebook create an artificial perception of others  Distractions at school, home & work  Time waster 11
  12. 12. CONS CONTINUED  Cell phones and computers has allowed work to invade and destroy personal time and time with our family and friends 12
  13. 13. STATISTICS 13  In Korea, a Boot Camp Cure for Web Obsession, "'Up to 30 percent of South Koreans under 18, or about 2.4 million people, are at risk of Internet addiction,' said Ahn Dong-hyun, a child psychiatrist at Hanyang University in Seoul”.
  14. 14. CONCLUSION  As a result, technology cause social isolation and neurosis  Many studies from university psychologists have come to the conclusion that many individuals in todays society are addicted to their technology  Addiction can also have negative effects including, lying, poor achievements and social isolation.  The addiction can lead to excessive use, withdrawal and tolerance. 14
  15. 15. CONCLUSION CONTINUED  The overrated use of Internet has brought coldness and distance between people.  Instead of meeting people, technology addicts choose to stay at home and surf through different web pages or even go alone in the park and be alone with their pcs  It's important for students to be talking to one another at school, socializing and being part of a community instead of listening to their ipods.  If we actually put down our cell phones and laptops we can engage in a better lifestyle with the people around us. 15
  16. 16. REFERENCES  Crimbchin, P. (2011). The CyBurr. The Online Edition of Kent State University's Special Interest Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.theburr.com/archives/Fall_08/story7.html  Gentain, B. (2011, October 12). Use of Smart Phones Increases in the US - Magento & WordPress Experts. Hudson Valley NY Web Designers. Retrieved from http://sherodesigns.com/business-solutions/use-of-smart-phones-increases-in-the-us/  HC Consulting Group (2011, September 14). Pros and cons of technology. HC Consulting Group. Retrieved from http://hcdesk.com/blog/pros-and-cons-of-technology/  James, R. (2012, December 17). Does Social Media Create Social Isolation or Unity? Retrieved from http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2012/articles/social-media-articles/does-social- media-create-social-isolation-or-unity.html  Strachan , Y. (2012, April 16). Does social media cause a more isolated society? Digital Journal. Retrieved from http://digitaljournal.com/article/322982 16
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