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Social Media creates and reflects our identity

Social Media creates and reflects our identity

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    • SOCIALMEDIACREATES&REFLECTSOURIDENTITY BY:SHAYNEGELBARDPhotocredit:  Suchitra        Source:  Flickr  
    • Arewethesameperson asweareonsocialmedia?Photo  Credit:  meddygarnet  Source:  Flickr        
    • One of the differences between our self-image in real life and online is moreability to change our LOOK, and also MASK our identity.Photo  Credit:  Iceman  Forever    Source:  Flickr        
    • "Now that we can interact with hundreds — no, thousands— of people simultaneously, weve strengthened the impactthat others have on our self-value" Photo  Credit:  jjelenbaas  Source:  Flickr        
    • “Has that single chosen image become the most important representation of our online identity? It is the first place the EYE is drawn to on a Facebook profile.” Photo  Credit:  CubaGallery  Source:  Flickr  
    • “The profilepicture oravatar is away forpeople topresent acertain side ofthemselves. Italso puts theperson incontrol oftheir ownimage.”Photo  Credit:  Cristoph_Aigner  Source:  Flickr  
    • “Self-image is important, and not always in anarcissistic way. Its how we DEFINE ourselves, andpresent for others to see.”!!Photocredit:  Teaching  English  Source:  Flickr  
    • “Studies have shown that the comments on yourFacebook profile picture strongly affect your level ofperceived physical, social and professionalattractiveness.”!!Photo  Credit:  thezartorialist.com  Source:  Flickr  
    • By this logic, all of your“friends” on Facebookare the main influence inhelping to craft youronline self.Photocredit:  WooDrew  Source:  Flickr  
    • “Humans are naturally competitive.Visual social platforms, likeFacebook, Instagram and Tumblr allow quick and frequentaccess to others profiles…this encourages social comparison.” Photocredit:  Peter  Mooney  Source:  Flickr  
    • If our “friends” are just tools to compare ourselvesto, are we really “connecting” with them?Photocredit:  David  Davies  Source:  Flickr  
    • Using these tools to connect is damaging ourconnections to others in real life. Photocredit:  smswigart  Source:  Flickr  
    • “Facebook  is  playing  bigger  role  in  relaIonship  formaIon  and  relaIonship  disillusions.”    Photocredit:  mozzercork  Source:  Flickr  
    • We’ve  become  accustomed  to  a  new  way  of  being  “alone  together.”    Photocredit:  Davehodg  Source:  Flickr  
    • “The  liMle  devices  most  of  us  carry  around  are    so  powerful  that  they  change  not  only  what  we  do,    but  also  who  we  are.”  Image  Credit:  Scallop  Holden  Source:  Flickr  
    • Our  human  selves  are  now  becoming  reflecIve  of  our  social  media  selves,  which  is  the  opposite  of  the  service’s  original  intenIon.    Photocredit:  Reuben  F.  Castro        Source:  Flickr  
    • “We  are  tempted  to  think  that  our  liMle  “sips”  of  online  connecIon  add  up  to  a  big  gulp  of  real  conversaIon.  But  they  don’t.”  
    • “Researchers  have  found  that  Facebook  really  is  altering,  or  at  least  reflecIng  new  relaIonship  paMerns,  even  how  people  break  up.”    Photocredit:  to_batmunkh        Source:  Flickr  
    • “TexIng  and  e-­‐mail  and  posIng  let  us  present  the  self  we  want  to  be.  This  means  we  can  edit.  And  if  we  wish  to,  we  can  delete.”    Photocredit:  ericnvntr            Source:  Flickr  
    • We are soobsessed withgetting approvalfrom everyone weknow online, thatwe forget aboutkeeping it fromthe ones we’reclosest with.Photocredit:  Wylie  Maerklein    Source:  Flickr  
    • In a time where thevirtual world has madefriendship isolating, andloneliness connective,how can we maintainreal relationships withothers? Photocredit:  Hilath  Source:  Flickr  
    • “I say, look up, look at one another, and let’s start theconversation.” Photocredit:  clairphotography  Source:  Flickr  
    • Sources  Used:  •  hMp://www.nyImes.com/2012/04/22/opinion/sunday/the-­‐flight-­‐from-­‐conversaIon.html?pagewanted=3  •  hMp://mashable.com/2013/02/15/social-­‐media-­‐and-­‐the-­‐selfie/  •  hMp://www.buzzfeed.com/atmccann/how-­‐facebook-­‐ruined-­‐daIng-­‐and-­‐breaking-­‐up-­‐too