Image by Fechi Fajardo (via Flickr)
Social Interactions in
a Digital World
By Brittney Camus
Image by woodleywonderworks (via Flickr)
Connections
have been
essential to
our survival
Technology has changed the way
we connect and interact
Image by: Danny Molyneux (via Flickr)
Image by: Bùi Linh Ngân (via Flickr)
The internet has changed the way in
which we date.
1 in 10 internet users have used a...
“66% of online daters
have gone on a date
with someone they
met through a dating
site, and 23% of online
daters say they h...
Image by Nathan Rupert (via Flickr)
However,
dating
profiles
can be
misleading
Image by Elizabeth Ashley Jerman (via Flickr)
Half of online
daters have
found a
profile in
which the
individual
misrepres...
Image by Arielle Nadel (via Flickr)
Websites and Apps aren’t
just for those searching for
love...
Apps such as
Avocado, You &
Me and Between
aim to help
couples stay in
happy in their
relationships
Source: Jenna Wortham,...
Imageby Lefteris Heretakis (via Flickr)
Social Networking
sites help keep
couples and...
Image by: Lyza (via Flickr)
...Families in
touch
Image by David Hodgson (via Flickr)
81% of seniors
who use social
networking sites
report
socializing with
friends or fami...
Image by zeitfaenger.at (via Flickr)
Older internet users can use Skype to
talk to their children and grandchildren
Image by Spirit-Fire (via Flickr)
Technology
has even
changed
parenting
Image by Carl Berkeley (via Flickr)
“All the boundaries have been broken
down. Facebook is constantly sending alerts
of wh...
Image by josef_moffett (via Flickr)
Parents are trying to
find the balance
between knowing too
much of their child’s
onlin...
Image by Stefano Corso (via Flickr)
How has the internet changed the
way in which we interact with
strangers?
Image by Ed Yourdon (via Flickr)
39% of individuals who use social
networking sites have reported
frequently seeing helpfu...
Image by Gwenael Piaser (via Flickr)
However, 49% of adults and 88% of teens have
seen mean or cruel behaviour by other us...
Image by Scott Beale (via Flickr)
The anonymity factor
makes people feel like
they can use more
powerful language
Source: ...
Image by Chris Ford (via Flickr)
Technology can bring
us together...
Image by lilivanili (via Flickr)
Or tear us apart
Image by Yasser Alghofily (via Flickr)
Sources
“Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I” by Pamela Paul. The New York Times. ...
Image by Aaron “tango” Tang (via Flickr)
All Images are sourced by
Flickr and licenses under the
Creative Commons Non-
Com...
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  1. 1. Image by Fechi Fajardo (via Flickr) Social Interactions in a Digital World By Brittney Camus
  2. 2. Image by woodleywonderworks (via Flickr) Connections have been essential to our survival
  3. 3. Technology has changed the way we connect and interact Image by: Danny Molyneux (via Flickr)
  4. 4. Image by: Bùi Linh Ngân (via Flickr) The internet has changed the way in which we date. 1 in 10 internet users have used an online dating site. Source: Aaron Smith and Maeve Duggan, Online Dating & Relationships
  5. 5. “66% of online daters have gone on a date with someone they met through a dating site, and 23% of online daters say they have met a spouse or long term relationship through these sites.” Source: Aaron Smith and Maeve Duggan, Online Dating
  6. 6. Image by Nathan Rupert (via Flickr) However, dating profiles can be misleading
  7. 7. Image by Elizabeth Ashley Jerman (via Flickr) Half of online daters have found a profile in which the individual misrepresented themselves Source: Aaron Smith and Maeve Duggan, Online Dating & Relationships
  8. 8. Image by Arielle Nadel (via Flickr) Websites and Apps aren’t just for those searching for love...
  9. 9. Apps such as Avocado, You & Me and Between aim to help couples stay in happy in their relationships Source: Jenna Wortham, I Had a Nice Time With You Tonight. On the App. Image by: Sam Caplet (via Flickr)
  10. 10. Imageby Lefteris Heretakis (via Flickr) Social Networking sites help keep couples and...
  11. 11. Image by: Lyza (via Flickr) ...Families in touch
  12. 12. Image by David Hodgson (via Flickr) 81% of seniors who use social networking sites report socializing with friends or family on a daily basis, compared to 63% of seniors who do not use the internet Source: Aaron Smith, Older Adults and Technology Use
  13. 13. Image by zeitfaenger.at (via Flickr) Older internet users can use Skype to talk to their children and grandchildren
  14. 14. Image by Spirit-Fire (via Flickr) Technology has even changed parenting
  15. 15. Image by Carl Berkeley (via Flickr) “All the boundaries have been broken down. Facebook is constantly sending alerts of what they are up to” Source: Pamela Paul, Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I
  16. 16. Image by josef_moffett (via Flickr) Parents are trying to find the balance between knowing too much of their child’s online life and knowing too little Source: Pamela Paul, Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I
  17. 17. Image by Stefano Corso (via Flickr) How has the internet changed the way in which we interact with strangers?
  18. 18. Image by Ed Yourdon (via Flickr) 39% of individuals who use social networking sites have reported frequently seeing helpful acts on the internet. Source: Lee Raine et al., The tone of life on social networking sites
  19. 19. Image by Gwenael Piaser (via Flickr) However, 49% of adults and 88% of teens have seen mean or cruel behaviour by other users on social networking sites Source: Lee Raine et al., The tone of life on social networking sites
  20. 20. Image by Scott Beale (via Flickr) The anonymity factor makes people feel like they can use more powerful language Source: Teddy Wayne, On Internet Slang, IMHO
  21. 21. Image by Chris Ford (via Flickr) Technology can bring us together...
  22. 22. Image by lilivanili (via Flickr) Or tear us apart
  23. 23. Image by Yasser Alghofily (via Flickr) Sources “Cyberparenting and the Risk of T.M.I” by Pamela Paul. The New York Times. 2013. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/05/fashion/cyber-parents-accessing-perhaps- tmi.html?pagewanted=all “I Had a Nice Time With You Tonight. On the App.” By Jenna Wortham. The New York Times. 2014. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/04/05/i-had-a-nice-time-with-you-tonight-on-the-app/ “Older Adults and Technology Use” by Aaron Smith. PEW Research. 2014. http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/04/03/older-adults-and-technology-use/ “On Internet Slang, IMHO” by Teddy Wayne. The New York Times. 2014. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/30/fashion/on-internet-slang-imho.html?_r=0 “Online Dating & Relationships” by Aaron Smith and Maeve Duggan. PEW Research. 2013. http://www.pewinternet.org/2013/10/21/online-dating-relationships/ “The tone of life on social networking sites” by Lee Raine, Amanda Lenhart and Aaron Smith. PEW Research. 2012. http://www.pewinternet.org/2012/02/09/the-tone-of-life-on-social-networking- sites/
  24. 24. Image by Aaron “tango” Tang (via Flickr) All Images are sourced by Flickr and licenses under the Creative Commons Non- Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 agreement.

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