FILM260:	  Flipbook	  The	  Regression	  of	  Social	  Contact	  By:	  Duncan	  O’Donnell	  Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  Jesse	...
“ADer	  tens	  of	  thousands	  of	  years	  of	  interacIng	  with	  each	  other	  preKy	  much	  the	  same	  way	  –	 ...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  johnthurm	  FiDeen	  years	  ago,	  the	  majority	  of	  these	  technologies	  didn’t	  exist.	 ...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  madame.furie	  	  In	  fact of	  digital	  na4ves	  prefer	  to	  communicate	  digitally	  rather...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  p	  medved	  	  	  Source:	  Susan	  Tardanico,	  Forbes	  
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  travit	  	  “It	  is	  never	  okay	  to	  be	  unavailable.	  Ever.	  Not	  for	  a	  minute.”	  ...
Image	  Via:	  BreK	  Levin	  -­‐	  Flickr	  	  	  ource:	  Sherry	  Turkle,	  The	  Flight	  From	  CommunicaIon	  	  
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  adam.shamblin	  	  Source:	  Sherry	  Turkle,	  The	  Flight	  From	  CommunicaIon	  	  
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  rkleine	  to	   our	  Sherry	  Turkle,	  The	  Flight	  From	  CommunicaIon	  	  
Image	  Via	  :	  Wikimedia	  Commons	  This	  change	  has	  leD	  us	  DIVIDED	  
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  HollingsMany	  now	  argue	  “we	  expect	  more	  from	  technology	  and	  less	  from	  one	  a...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  sunsur“we	  end	  up	  hiding	  from	  one	  another	  even	  as	  we	  are	  constantly	  connect...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  paurian	  	  Causing	  us	  too…	  “Change	  	  	  	  	  not	  only	  	  	  what	  	  	  	  	  	  ...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  	  Alex	  Akopyan	  Now,	  there	  are	  always	  other	  people	  to	  communicate	  with	  	  
leaving	  us	  to	  ask…	  	  How	  are	  social	  interacIons	  changing?	  	  	  	  	  and	  	  	  	  	  	  What	  facto...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  Stuck	  in	  Customs	  	  One	  study	  states	  the	  changes	  have:	  	  	  	   	  Lessened	  i...
Image	  Via:	  Wikimedia	  Commons	  Because	  of	  this,	  many	  people	  hope	  to	  “preserve	  the	  values	  and	  s...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  mtsrs	  	  The	  truth	  	  is	  that	  we	  	  	   	  should	  be	  	  	   	   	  worried	  about...
Image	  Via	  Flickr:	  griangrafanna	  	  “The	  problem	  is,	  as	  empathy	  wanes,	  so	  does	  trust.	  And	  	  	 ...
Now,	  only	  Ime	  will	  tell	  how	  our	  	  	  digital	  lives	  	  	  	  and	  	  virtual	  friendships	  	  	  	  	...
Image	  Via:	  Duncan	  O’Donnell	  All	  images	  are	  licensed	  under	  the	  CreaIve	  Commons	  Non-­‐Commercial	  S...
Sources:	  (Other	  than	  required	  readings)	  	  hKp://www.Ime.com/Ime/health/arIcle/0,8599,1998396,00.html	  	  hKp:/...
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FILM260 Flipbook

  1. 1. FILM260:  Flipbook  The  Regression  of  Social  Contact  By:  Duncan  O’Donnell  Image  Via  Flickr:  Jesse  W.  Dil
  2. 2. “ADer  tens  of  thousands  of  years  of  interacIng  with  each  other  preKy  much  the  same  way  –  face-­‐to-­‐face,  or  through  a  physical  device  (pictures,  words,  smoke  signals)  –  we’ve  suddenly  become  able  to  communicate  over  long  distances  instantaneously.”        Image  Via  Flickr:  cosmonauIruSource:  Erika  Anderson,  Forbes    
  3. 3. Image  Via  Flickr:  johnthurm  FiDeen  years  ago,  the  majority  of  these  technologies  didn’t  exist.    now,  we  have  access  to  informaIon  conInuously  and  it  has  changed  how  we                                            COMMUNICATE  
  4. 4. Image  Via  Flickr:  madame.furie    In  fact of  digital  na4ves  prefer  to  communicate  digitally  rather  than  face-­‐to-­‐face  Source:    How  Our  Digital  Devices  Are  AffecIng  Our  Personal  RelaIonships,  Iris  Adler  
  5. 5. Image  Via  Flickr:  p  medved      Source:  Susan  Tardanico,  Forbes  
  6. 6. Image  Via  Flickr:  travit    “It  is  never  okay  to  be  unavailable.  Ever.  Not  for  a  minute.”  Though…  We  are  constantly  connected  and  never  disconnected  Source:    He  Texts,  She  Tweets    -­‐  Are  they  E-­‐CompaIble?    
  7. 7. Image  Via:  BreK  Levin  -­‐  Flickr      ource:  Sherry  Turkle,  The  Flight  From  CommunicaIon    
  8. 8. Image  Via  Flickr:  adam.shamblin    Source:  Sherry  Turkle,  The  Flight  From  CommunicaIon    
  9. 9. Image  Via  Flickr:  rkleine  to   our  Sherry  Turkle,  The  Flight  From  CommunicaIon    
  10. 10. Image  Via  :  Wikimedia  Commons  This  change  has  leD  us  DIVIDED  
  11. 11. Image  Via  Flickr:  HollingsMany  now  argue  “we  expect  more  from  technology  and  less  from  one  another”  providing  “the  illusion of companionshipwithout  the  demands  of  relaIonship.”  Source:  Sherry  Turkle,  The  Flight  From  CommunicaIon    
  12. 12. Image  Via  Flickr:  sunsur“we  end  up  hiding  from  one  another  even  as  we  are  constantly  connected”  Source:  Sherry  Turkle,  The  Flight  From  CommunicaIon    
  13. 13. Image  Via  Flickr:  paurian    Causing  us  too…  “Change          not  only      what                                      we  do                          but  also  who  we  are”  Source:  Sherry  Turkle,  The  Flight  From  CommunicaIon    
  14. 14. Image  Via  Flickr:    Alex  Akopyan  Now,  there  are  always  other  people  to  communicate  with    
  15. 15. leaving  us  to  ask…    How  are  social  interacIons  changing?          and            What  factors  are  inside,        and  what  factors  are  outside  the  box?  
  16. 16. Image  Via  Flickr:  Stuck  in  Customs    One  study  states  the  changes  have:          Lessened  in4macy  and  saIsfacIon  among  romanIc  couples    Source:  From  Bullying  To  RelaIonships  
  17. 17. Image  Via:  Wikimedia  Commons  Because  of  this,  many  people  hope  to  “preserve  the  values  and  social  norms  of  offline  culture”  Source:  Alexandra  Samuels,  The  AtlanIc  
  18. 18. Image  Via  Flickr:  mtsrs    The  truth    is  that  we        should  be          worried  about            having  primarily              digital  friendships,              because  they  can  cause  a  loss                  of  empathy.            
  19. 19. Image  Via  Flickr:  griangrafanna    “The  problem  is,  as  empathy  wanes,  so  does  trust.  And                  without  trust,  you  cant  have  a  cohesive  society.”  Source:  Belinda  Luscombe,  Time  
  20. 20. Now,  only  Ime  will  tell  how  our      digital  lives        and    virtual  friendships          will  shape  new  generaIons.  Image  Via  SXH.HU:    Stock  Photo  Website  
  21. 21. Image  Via:  Duncan  O’Donnell  All  images  are  licensed  under  the  CreaIve  Commons  Non-­‐Commercial  Share-­‐Alike  3.0  Agreement  and  sourced  from  Flickr  unless  otherwise  stated.  
  22. 22. Sources:  (Other  than  required  readings)    hKp://www.Ime.com/Ime/health/arIcle/0,8599,1998396,00.html    hKp://www.theatlanIc.com/technology/archive/2012/04/own-­‐it-­‐social-­‐media-­‐isnt-­‐just-­‐something-­‐other-­‐people-­‐do/256212/      hKp://www.forbes.com/sites/susantardanico/2012/04/30/is-­‐social-­‐media-­‐sabotaging-­‐real-­‐communicaIon/      hKp://www.wbur.org/2013/01/17/digital-­‐lives-­‐i    
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