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Film 260 Flipbook by Jenna Demchuk

Film 260 Flipbook by Jenna Demchuk






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    Film 260 Flipbook by Jenna Demchuk Film 260 Flipbook by Jenna Demchuk Presentation Transcript

    • DoesFacebookhelp or hinderrelationships?The misconception around the effects Facebook can haveon love… Photo by LadyHeart (morgueFile)
    • It is not news thatpersonal relationshipsare forming online.Photo by PistoCasero (Flickr)
    • “Dating in the age of facebook provides a new set ofobstacles, awkward conversations and unclear situations.”Photo by vincos (Flickr)
    • Frequency of contact is what is crucial in onlinerelationships when physical proximity is impossible.Photo by Master OSM 2011 (Flickr)
    • On facebook there is threatthat everything you postis FOREVER, canrelationships be?Photo by dieraecherin (morgueFile)
    • People are drawn to Facebook as it’s all aboutfriends and relationships.Facebook dating has become an interactive process.Photo by Kalexanderson (Flickr)
    • “Facebook allows people to be bolder. They utilize it as away to say, Hey Im interested."Photo by sullivan (morgueFile)
    • There are new displays of commitment which have theability to foreshadow who stays together.Photo by greeneggsnsam (Flickr)
    • “Facebook is pretty much real life now, so don’t treat it anydifferently than you do dating OUT THERE.”Photo by dzz (morgueFile)
    • Facebook is becoming essential forcouplesin long distance relationships.Photo by dyet (morgueFile)
    • Keeping in touch through Facebook is the new form ofinstant communication.When was the last time you mailed a personal letter?Photo by justified sinner (Flickr)
    • Facebook is a positivefactor for youngpeoplein the dating pool – atleast in the initialstagesof getting to know apotential partner.Photo by LadyHeart (morgueFile)
    • Facebook dating is essentially blind dating in the sensethat you may have never met.Photo by myriapod (Flickr)
    • “We often Facebookstalkto reduce some of theuncertainty in relationships.”Photo by Search Influence (Flickr)
    • “Goodbye butterflies and excitement, I already knoweverything about you.”Photo by morgen (morgueFile)
    • “Turning downtheir friendrequest iseasier thantellingsomeone, ‘I’mnot that intoyou.’”Photo by obeyken (Flickr)
    • “Couples who have more interaction on Facebook arehappier in real life.”Or do relationships last longer when no one else is involved?Photo by WebRanking Pictures (Flickr)
    • “They’re on Facebook, you sort of have to be.”Photo by ManicMoFF (morgueFile)
    • Photo CreditsImages are either licensed under the Creative CommonsNon-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 Agreement, and sourcedfrom Flickr or from morgueFile.Photo by Dorituz (morgueFile)
    • SourcesPhoto by gracey (morgueFile)"Ill poke you. Youll poke me!" Self-disclosure, social attraction, predictabilityand trust as important predictors ofFacebook relationships. By PavicaSheldon. Journal of PsychosocialResearch on Cyberspace. 2009. Facebook fatigue and the aging socialnetwork. By Carys Mills. The Toronto Star.April 2013.  How Facebook Ruined Dating (AndBreaking Up Too). By Allison McCann.BuzzFeed. October 2012. I Now Pronounce You FBO: FacebookOfficial. By Tom Jacobs. PacificStandard. January 2013.From bullying to relationships: Mappingour online communications. e! ScienceNews January 2013. [no author listed]