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Social Media Fatigue: How much is too much?

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  • 1. How muchis too much?Image by Robin HuttonBy Chen Du
  • 2. Along with the dawn oftechnology comes anew set of obligationsImage by Paul Johnston
  • 3. As social creatures,we find ourselves immersed in a worldwhere maintaining both online andoffline ties is vital to our successImage by A_nick
  • 4. But what happens when one isprioritized over the other?Image by THEREFINEDMIND
  • 5. A person without a or accountmay be seen as unsociable,regardless of theindividual’s actualidentity.Image by Yohann Aberkane
  • 6. It has become a stigma that in orderto be connectedone must be connected onlineImage by Jamie Henderson
  • 7. Sites like Facebook have been, insome way or another, implementedto our daily livesImage by Kristie Wells
  • 8. “Canadians are increasingly usingsocial media for its ratherthan entertainment.”– Charles ZamariaSource: ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social network
  • 9. “Many people simply feel they can’tleave Facebook forever because it’sintegrated into everyday event planning,networkingand decision making” – Peter CorbettImage by mysterystarsSource: ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social network
  • 10. “For youth that are looking forinstant gratification, there’sa legacy where in life stages of theindividual, Facebook comes back.”– Charles ZamariaImage by TheSpaceQueen87Source: ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social network
  • 11. This button holds more powerthan what we give it credit for.It could make or break a relationship between people.Image by Sean MacEntee
  • 12. “It was actually what peopledidn’t do on Facebook that causedthe most strife.”Image taken from Facebook.com– Allison McCannSource: How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
  • 13. “ This expectation of constantconnectivity is making some ofus craz with insecurity.”- Elizabeth BernsteinImage by Helga WeberSource: He Texts, She Tweets—Are They E-Compatible?
  • 14. “Did your email to a friend orrelative fail to elicit animmediate response?”“Clearly, he or she is angry.Or .”- Elizabeth BernsteinImage by ScuddrSource: He Texts, She Tweets—Are They E-Compatible?
  • 15. Only 7% of communicationconsists of words themselves93% of what you might actually mean is lost in translation.Image by Dirk DallasSource: Body Language: A Key to Success in the Workplace
  • 16. Is communicating via a 26 lettersystem across pixilated screensreally worth it justbecause it’sconvenient?Image by Love Krittaya
  • 17. How about the occasionalhand’s warmth …Image by Samuraijohnny
  • 18. Rather than theartificialcoldness of thekeyboard?Image by Diane Hammond
  • 19. Sometimes we’re so engrossed in uploading the perfectpicture to sites like Instagram that we end upbut not experienceswith captured moments,Image by Penn StateSource: Are social media killing your relationship?
  • 20. We lose ourselves in the lives ofothers on , giving time andattention to ,rather than the people in whom youre investedImage by Jesús Pérez Pacheco Source: Are social media killing your relationship?
  • 21. Social media networks have becomewhat is the culture of this generation.Image by Danny Santos II
  • 22. One can easily feelalienated among their peerswithout social sites.Image by michibanban
  • 23. connecting billionsworldwide with a singleclick.If utilized correctly, it can be oneof the greatest tools of mankind,Image by Judy van der Velden
  • 24. However, no matterour obsession, weshouldn’t be ruled bythe standards ofsocial media.Image by cristinacosta
  • 25. Creative Commons LicenseAll images are licensed under theCreative Commons Non-CommericalShare-Alike 3.0 agreement and aresourced from Flickr or GoogleImages.Image by _lgqgpy
  • 26. Sources• Are social media killing your relationship? – HearstCommunications, Inc.http://living.msn.com/tech/social/are-social-media-killing-your-relationship#8• ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social network – Carys Millshttp://www.thestar.com/business/tech_news/2013/04/05/facebook_fatigue_and_the_aging_social_network.html• How Facebook Ruined Dating (And Breaking Up Too) – AllisonMcCannhttp://www.buzzfeed.com/atmccann/how-facebook-ruined-dating-and-breaking-up-too• Body Language: A Key to Success in the Workplace – CarmineGallohttp://finance.yahoo.com/news/pf_article_102425.html• He Texts, She Tweets—Are They E-Compatible? - ElizabethBernsteinhttp://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304708604577502672286303452.htmlImage by Sydney Alvares

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