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2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?
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2010 SXSWi Panel: Is Technology Weakening Interpersonal Relationships?

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  • 1. SXSWi 2010 row d i 20 10 C Panelists: S XSW ning ake ips? We sh logy lation Corinne Weisgerber, Ph.D. hno l Re Tec ona St. Edward’s University Is ers Ashley Brown In terp e l Jones-Dilworth pan : #IPR as htag Jenn Deering Davis, Ph.D. H University of Texas, Austin Matthew Weber University of Southern California
  • 2. How many relationships can we maintain successfully
  • 3. Are we networking ourselves to death?
  • 4. Are we networking ourselves to death?
  • 5. Are we networking ourselves to death?
  • 6. Are we networking ourselves to death?
  • 7. South Korean couple starved own baby to death while they were raising a virtual child online CNN - 03/07/2010
  • 8. How does technology affect our romantic relationships
  • 9. One out of every 5 new divorce cases directly cites Facebook (Keenan, 2009) Most common complaint: “spouses having inappropriate sexual chats with people they were not supposed to”
  • 10. How does technology affect our workplace relationships
  • 11. 54% of US companies prohibit the use of social networking at work (Half, 2009)
  • 12. 54% of US companies prohibit the use of social networking at work (Half, 2009) 57% of employees report using social network sites during work time for personal reasons (Morse, 2009)
  • 13. 54% of US companies prohibit the use of social networking at work (Half, 2009) 57% of employees report using social network sites during work time for personal reasons (Morse, 2009) Social networking sites cost employers an estimated $2.25 billion dollars in 2009 (Morse, 2009)
  • 14. How does technology affect our personal identities
  • 15. We are we known by the company we keep If your profile page features pics of physically attractive friends, you’ll be perceived as more physically attractive Walther, Van Der Heide, Kim, Westerman & Tong (2008 - Human Communication Research) Your Facebook friends’ gender & sexual orientation can predict your own sexual orientation MIT, “Project Gaydar” (2009)
  • 16. Can we maintain a relationship solely via technology
  • 17. Redefining the meaning of friendship Growing up Online - PBS/Frontline Special
  • 18. CONTACT INFO: Corinne Weisgerber: Jenn Deering Davis: corinnew@stedwards.edu jdeeringdavis@gmail.com @corinnew @jdeeringdavis Ashley Brown: Matt Weber: brown.ashley@gmail.com matthews@usc.edu @ashbrown @mediareinvented

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