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Social Media creates and reflects our identity

Social Media creates and reflects our identity

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  • 1. SOCIAL MEDIACREATES & REFLECTSOUR IDENTITY BY: SHAYNE GELBAPhotocredit: Suchitra Source: Flickr
  • 2. Are we the same person as we are on social media?Photo Credit: meddygarnet Source: Flickr
  • 3. One of the differences between our self-image in reallife and online is more ability to change our LOOK,and also MASK our identity.Photo Credit: Iceman Forever Source: Flickr
  • 4. "Now that we can interact with hundreds — no, thousands — ofpeople simultaneously, weve strengthened the impact thatothers have on our self-value"Photo Credit: jjelenbaas Source: Flickr
  • 5. “Has that single chosen image become themostimportant representation of our online identity?It is the first place the EYE is drawn to on a FacebookPhoto Credit: CubaGallery Source: Flickr
  • 6. “The profilepicture oravatar is a wayfor people topresent acertain side ofthemselves. Italso puts theperson incontrol of theirown image.”Photo Credit: Cristoph_Aigner Source: Flickr
  • 7. “Self-image is important, and not always in a narcissisticway. Its how we DEFINE ourselves, and present forothers to see.”Photocredit: Teaching English Source: Flickr
  • 8. “Studies have shown that the comments on your Facebookprofile picture strongly affect your level of perceived physical,social and professional attractiveness.”Photo Credit: thezartorialist.com Source: Flickr
  • 9. Photocredit: WooDrew Source: Flickr
  • 10. “Humans are naturally competitive. Visual socialplatforms, like Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr allowquick and frequent access to others profiles…thisencourages social comparison.”Photocredit: Peter Mooney Source: Flickr
  • 11. If our “friends” are just tools to compare ourselves to,are we really “connecting” with them?Photocredit: David Davies Source: Flickr
  • 12. Using these tools to connect is damagingour connections to others in real life.Photocredit: smswigart Source: Flickr
  • 13. “Facebook is playing bigger role in relationshipformation and relationship disillusions.”Photocredit: mozzercork Source: Flickr
  • 14. We’ve become accustomedto a new way of being“alone together.”Photocredit: Davehodg Source: Flickr
  • 15. “The little devices most of us carry around areso powerful that they change not only what we do,but also who we are.”Image Credit: Scallop Holden Source: Flickr
  • 16. Our human selvesare now becomingreflective of oursocial mediaselves, which isthe opposite ofthe service’soriginal intention.Photocredit: Reuben F. Castro Source: Flickr
  • 17. “We are tempted to think that our little “sips” ofonline connection add up to a big gulp of realconversation. But they don’t.”
  • 18. “Researchers have found that Facebook reallyis altering, or at least reflecting new relationshippatterns, even how people break up.”Photocredit: to_batmunkh Source: Flickr
  • 19. “Texting and e-mail and posting let us presentthe self we want to be. This means we can edit.And if we wish to, we can delete.”Photocredit: ericnvntr Source: Flickr
  • 20. We are soobsessedwith gettingapprovalfromeveryone weknow online,that weforget aboutkeeping itfrom thePhotocredit: Wylie MaerkleinSource: Flickr
  • 21. In a time where thevirtual world hasmade friendshipisolating, andlonelinessconnective, how canwe maintain realrelationships withothers?Photocredit: HilathSource: Flickr
  • 22. “I say, look up,look at one another,and let’s start theconversation.”Photocredit: clairphotography Source: Flickr
  • 23. Sources Used:• http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-flight-from-conversation.html?pagewanted=3• http://mashable.com/2013/02/15/social-media-and-the-selfie/• http://www.buzzfeed.com/atmccann/how-facebook-ruined-dating-and-breaking-up-too