PersonalRelationshipsin a WiredWorldPhoto: Barbara GilhoolyBy: Maddie Wright
Technology has significantly changedour understanding of personalrelationships.Photo: Franz Schuier
The concept of identity- how we seeourselves and how others see us- altersthe relationships of dating and friendshipPhoto:...
One’s identity comes into existence onlywhen it is recognized by others. (Erik Erikson)Photo: Gavin Schaefer
Today, “we usetechnology todefine ourselvesby sharing ourthoughts andfeelings as we’rehaving them.”-Sherry TurklePhoto: St...
Technology may drive us away from faceto face interactions, as it now seems toserve as the preferred method ofcommunicatio...
It is easier to communicate online, peopledevelop an online confidence, one theirreal-life identity doesnt necessarily sha...
Photo: R ReevesTexting and email let us present the selfwe want to be; we can edit and deleteand retouch until its just ri...
But what happened to the rich, messy giveand take of real-life communicating?(Sherry Turkle)Photo: Sarah McGowen
Social Networks containpersonal information thatfacilitate “connection”but not “conversation”(Sherry Turkle)Photo: Thomas ...
While taking inthis personalinformationmay create theillusion of abond, theseleaks ofinformation arein fact just anappeara...
People collect“friends” online-work contacts, oldclassmates,“content friends”but they are nottrue friends, rathercyber fri...
Old-fashioned courtship rules no longerapply in the online dating worldPhoto: Ali Elangasinghe
Online dating offers choices but also risksand uncertainties, raising concerns abouttrust and identity. (Mariann Hardey)Ph...
People canbe whoeverthey want tobe onlineby craftingtheir profilesaccordingly.Photo:●Christoph Aigner
“One of thedifferencesbetween our self-image in real lifeand online ismore ability tochange our look,and also maskour iden...
Without the social or verbal clues of faceto face communication, e-daters must learnto decode online profiles. (Mariann Ha...
The things we choose to share in onlineprofiles “are inevitablytelling those around us something aboutwho we are as indivi...
Social networks often read like adiary. People can learn certainfacts about any given person whichthey wouldnt otherwise k...
“But the uncertaintycan sometimes be themost exciting partand if said person-of-affection manages topass a thoroughstalkin...
This over-share of personal informationcan have detrimental consequences.Photo: SimonQ
“Disclosing a high degree of personalinformation online...will likely negatively affectyour romantic relationship,"-Juwon ...
let’s start the conversation.”- Sherry TurklePhoto: circulating“So I say,look up, look atone another, and
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Personal Relationships in a Wired World

  1. 1. PersonalRelationshipsin a WiredWorldPhoto: Barbara GilhoolyBy: Maddie Wright
  2. 2. Technology has significantly changedour understanding of personalrelationships.Photo: Franz Schuier
  3. 3. The concept of identity- how we seeourselves and how others see us- altersthe relationships of dating and friendshipPhoto: Eva Mc Dermott
  4. 4. One’s identity comes into existence onlywhen it is recognized by others. (Erik Erikson)Photo: Gavin Schaefer
  5. 5. Today, “we usetechnology todefine ourselvesby sharing ourthoughts andfeelings as we’rehaving them.”-Sherry TurklePhoto: Steve Garfield
  6. 6. Technology may drive us away from faceto face interactions, as it now seems toserve as the preferred method ofcommunication.Photo: gato-gato-gato
  7. 7. It is easier to communicate online, peopledevelop an online confidence, one theirreal-life identity doesnt necessarily sharePhoto: Helga Weber
  8. 8. Photo: R ReevesTexting and email let us present the selfwe want to be; we can edit and deleteand retouch until its just right (Sherry Turkle)
  9. 9. But what happened to the rich, messy giveand take of real-life communicating?(Sherry Turkle)Photo: Sarah McGowen
  10. 10. Social Networks containpersonal information thatfacilitate “connection”but not “conversation”(Sherry Turkle)Photo: Thomas Coulton
  11. 11. While taking inthis personalinformationmay create theillusion of abond, theseleaks ofinformation arein fact just anappearance offriendship.Photo: Scott Wills
  12. 12. People collect“friends” online-work contacts, oldclassmates,“content friends”but they are nottrue friends, rathercyber friends.(Anthony Wing Kosner)Photo: Loren SztajerPhoto: Loren Sztajer
  13. 13. Old-fashioned courtship rules no longerapply in the online dating worldPhoto: Ali Elangasinghe
  14. 14. Online dating offers choices but also risksand uncertainties, raising concerns abouttrust and identity. (Mariann Hardey)Photo: Whybealone1
  15. 15. People canbe whoeverthey want tobe onlineby craftingtheir profilesaccordingly.Photo:●Christoph Aigner
  16. 16. “One of thedifferencesbetween our self-image in real lifeand online ismore ability tochange our look,and also maskour identity.”- Christine EricksonPhoto:Silentmind8
  17. 17. Without the social or verbal clues of faceto face communication, e-daters must learnto decode online profiles. (Mariann Hardey)Photo: Grant Hutchinson
  18. 18. The things we choose to share in onlineprofiles “are inevitablytelling those around us something aboutwho we are as individuals." - Graham of the Universityof Texas, AustinPhoto: Colin Dunn
  19. 19. Social networks often read like adiary. People can learn certainfacts about any given person whichthey wouldnt otherwise know...Photo: Jessica Garro
  20. 20. “But the uncertaintycan sometimes be themost exciting partand if said person-of-affection manages topass a thoroughstalking... Goodbyebutterflies andexcitement, I alreadyknow everythingabout you.”-Allison McCannPhoto: Olivia Markström
  21. 21. This over-share of personal informationcan have detrimental consequences.Photo: SimonQ
  22. 22. “Disclosing a high degree of personalinformation online...will likely negatively affectyour romantic relationship,"-Juwon Lee of the University of KansasPhoto: Olivier Kaderli
  23. 23. let’s start the conversation.”- Sherry TurklePhoto: circulating“So I say,look up, look atone another, and
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