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Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
Change in Conversation
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    • 1. Change in ConversationBy: Enoch ChanImage by StockMonkey (Flickr)
    • 2. Our methods of communications are changing rightbefore our eyes; our need of staying connected witheach other has been an ever increasing value in ourlivesImage by LuluLemon Atheltica (Flickr)
    • 3. Social networks have given us the ability to stayconnected with a mass audienceImage by StockMonkey (Flickr)
    • 4. Facebook will reach the 1 billion user mark bythe end of 20137 out of 10 facebook users check Facebook dailyImage by Topgold (Flickr)
    • 5. There is no doubt that socialnetworks have become a biggerpart of our lives than ever before...Image by Walton LaVonda (Google Images)
    • 6. ...but how hasthat affectedthe way wetraditionallyinteract withpeople?Image by Jevuska (Flickr)
    • 7. "We’ve become accustomed to a new way of beingalone together...We have gotten used to the idea ofbeing in a tribe of one, loyal to our own party."- Sherry TurkleImage by Merete (Flickr)
    • 8. Image by Filip Dominec (Google Images)
    • 9. Technology and social networkshave been used in place ofphysical interactionImage by h3h (Flickr)
    • 10. We live in a generation where Skype, texting andemailing is not only seen as an equivalent, but as anincreased convenience for face to face interactionImage by Zorba the Geek (Google Images)
    • 11. Social networks have allowed people to express theiropinions while hiding behind a masked online identityImage by Larry Page (Flickr)
    • 12. It, however, does not mimic the real, physicalconversations that allow people to develop social skillsImage by Katie Tegtmeyer (Flickr)
    • 13. “We are tempted to thinkthat our little “sips” of onlineconnection add up to a biggulp of real conversation”- Sherry TurkleImage by Nupgong6 (Google Images)
    • 14. Technology hinders our ability to formauthentic relationships between peopleImage by Familymwr (Flickr)
    • 15. Because they are forming relationships withthe masked, online identity of other people, nottheir real identitiesImage by Rasevic (Google Images)
    • 16. “One of the differences between our self-image in reallife and online is more ability to change our look, andalso mask our identity” – Christine EricksonImage by MIKI Yoshihito (Flickr)
    • 17. We are losing the point ofcommunicating with each otherImage by US Navy (Flickr)
    • 18. It is not only so that we fill that lonely voidImage by Ragesoss (Google Images)
    • 19. But that through communication, we are able to form,develop and nurture relationships with one anotherImage by ProperPilot(Google Images
    • 20. “If we don’t teach our children to be alone, they willknow only how to be lonely.” – Sherry TurkleImage by Incisler (Google Images)
    • 21. We need to realize that technology and social networksare not a replacement of real conversation, but asupplement of it.Image by Alvesgaspar (Google Images)
    • 22. Credits• All images are licensed under the CreativeCommons Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0agreement and sourced from flickr, morguefileor Google imagesImage by Wallyir (MorgueFile)
    • 23. Sources• http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-flight-from-conversation.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0• http://mashable.com/2013/02/15/social-media-and-the-selfie/• http://www.businessinsider.com/how-big-social-media-has-become-2012-9• http://brand-e.biz/facebook-will-get-1-billion-active-users-worldwide-in-2013-says-emarketera_27809.htmlImage by Chmee2 (Google Images)

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