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How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
How social media has changed self image
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  1. How Social Media hasChanged Self ImagePhoto Credit: Stuart Black (Flickr)By Lindley Kenny
  2. The‘selfie’Source: Christine Erickson, The Social Psychology of the SelfiePhoto credit: davitydave (Flickr)‚I hear that wordimagining Myspace-style angles, duckfaces, peace signs and
  3. “Selfie-taking a photo of oneself, usuallywith the intention to post on social media”-Jillian McHughSource: Jillian McHugh, ‘Selfies just as much for the insecure as show-offsPhoto Credit: so_jerzz (Flickr)
  4. Photo sharing sites such as Facebook,Instagram, and Tumblrare filled with‘selfies’Source: Christine Erikson, The Social Psychology of the SelfiePhoto credit: James Cheuck (Flickr)
  5. “Some upload entire albums to Facebook of theirMacbook photo sessions.Others takefiltered pictures ofwhat they wore that day,or caption a close-upwith mild to severeself-depreciation”-Christine EricksonSource: Christine Erickson, The social Psychology of the SelfiePhoto Credit: Trenton Hart (Flickr)
  6. ‚How many photos have you taken ofyourself with your phone orwebcam, and how many of these wouldyou actually post online?‛Source: Christine Erickson, The social Psychology of the SelfiePhoto Credit: Kate Fisher (Flickr)
  7. “How we see ourselves in themirror versus a regular photois different. The mirror showsa reverse view, but also showsyou alive and with movement.”-Christine EriksonSource: Christine Erickson,The social Psychology of the SelfiePhoto Credit: Mads Boedker (Flickr)
  8. The mirror presents a more attractive view of ones self image incomparison to a photo due to movement and life, whichovercomes flaws, but yet why do individuals still feel the need topost selfies?Photo Credit: angrylambie1 (Flickr)Source: Christine Erickson, The social Psychology of the Selfie
  9. The main reason for anindividual to post aself-image on social mediais due to:loneliness and desperationfor attention.Photo Credit: Tanya Little (Flickr)Source: Carys Mills, ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social
  10. ‘we rely on others perceptions, judgements, andappraisals to develop our social self’-Christine EricksonSource: Christine Erickson,The social Psychology of the SelfiePhoto Credit: Jon Smith (Flickr)
  11. The profile picture itself puts the individuain control of their own self imagePhoto Credit:Michael Brashier (Flickr)
  12. The individual is able tochoose which waythey want peopleto perceive them.Photo Credit: Jlhopgood (Flickr)
  13. Technology has allowed us tomanipulate photos to create a more‘likeable’ self imageSource: Christine Erickson,The social Psychology of the SelfiePhotocredit: StevenErat (Flickr)
  14. “Filters make any photo look more appealingthan what the image actually looks like, let alonewhat the naked eye would‟ve seen”-Christine EricksonSource: Christine Erickson,The social Psychology of the SelfiePhoto Credit: macbosse (Flickr)
  15. Individuals are lookingtowards social media sitesfor instant gratificationSource: Carys Mills, ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social network, Photo Credit: Master OSM 2011
  16. “Studies have shown that the comments on yourfacebook profile pictures strongly affectPhoto Credit: Fadid Habibyour level of perceived physical, social andprofessional attractiveness”-Christine EricksonSource: Christine Erickson,The social Psychology of the Selfie
  17. As humans we are constantlylooking for reassurance and wewant people to say positivethings about usPhoto Credit: Rachel Carter(Flickr)Source: Carys Mills, ‘Facebook fatigue’ andthe aging social network
  18. “The selfie isnarcissiticbut only in the sense itsshowing something ofyourself”-Carys MillsSource: Source: Carys Mills, ‘Facebook fatigue’ and the aging social networkPhoto Credit: Wesley Fryer (Flickr)
  19. “As our news feeds fill up with photos onFacebook and Instagram it doesnormalize this idea of self-presentation”-Dr. LeaverSource: Carys Mills, „Facebook fatigue‟ and the aging social networkPhoto Credit: Mixy Lorenzo
  20. By posting a selfie, the individual isseeking attention and appraisal frompeers, to feel as though they have a‘likeable’ self image in order toachieve self worthPhoto Credit: Sean MacEntee (Flilckr)
  21. But if our self image on social media is not anaccurate representationof who we are, we are thusdegrading our true sense of self.Photo Credit: Boris Mann (Flickr)
  22. CreditsAll images are licensed under theCreative CommonsNon-Commercial Share Alike 3.0Agreement and sourced by FlickrPhoto Credit: Nick Perla
  23. Sources• http://mashable.com/2013/02/15/social-media-and-the-selfie/• http://www.policymic.com/articles/32141/in-defense-of-the-selfie• http://www.watoday.com.au/business/media-and-marketing/selfies-just-as-much-for-the-insecure-as-showoffs-20130403-2h6ow.html• http://www.thelifefiles.com/2013/04/05/here-is-the-psychology-behind-the-selfie/• http://icybersafe.com/2013/04/14/mirror-mirror-on-the-wall-the-selfie-and-the-psychological-impact-on-our-teens/• http://www.thestar.com/business/tech_news/2013/04/05/facebook_fatigue_and_the_aging_social_network.htmlPhoto Credit: ExpressionPostHummus

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