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The Flame: DatingThe Snuffer: FacebookBy Jennifer Hunter
The world of dating was hard enough beforethe emergence of Facebook in 2004...Image: JimMunnelly (morgueFile)
the traditional, romanticSince then, Facebook has founda way to changeexperience of relationships.Image: Ladyheart (morgue...
“Participants almost universally citedas their primary tool for interaction earlyin the experimenting stage of romanticrel...
Step One: Meet them.Step Two: Stalk them.Image: nionx (morgueFile)
We often Facebook stalk to “reducesome of the uncertainty in relationships”- Allison McCannImage: mickepe (morgueFile)
In its third survey of more than 5,000 singles, dating websiteMatch.com found that 48% of women admit that theyresearch a ...
So now that you knoweverythingabout them,say goodbye to thegiddinessandbutterfliesImage: rollingroscoe (morgueFile)before ...
Step Three: Decision Time.“This status is a milestone for couples.”- I Now Pronounce You FBOImage: Jennifer Hunter
“Deciding to go- I Now Pronounce You FBO[Facebook Official]means laying your emotional cards on the table,face up.”Image: C...
Those that displayed their significant other in their profilepicture and were listed as ‘in a relationship’ weremore likely ...
On the contrary,disclosing too much information online about therelationships was negatively associated withintimacysatisf...
Posts on their partner’swall from friends whothey didn’t know alsoprovokedJealousyImage: hotblack (morgueFile)
So, what happens whenthings start to go sour?Image: niznoz (Flickr)
Step Four: The Break-Up.Image: Olivier GR (Flickr)
-Gretchen Kelmer“People feel more pressure from friends and familyto stay together when they have their partner in theirpr...
...reducing thelikelihood ofactuallybreaking up.Image: hotblack (morgueFile)
Maybe that couple profile picture and relationshipstatus wasn’t a good idea after all.Image: PublicDomainPictures (Pixabay)
Not to mention - when it happens - everyone will know about it.Everyone.Image: geralt (Pixabay)
Step Five: Delete or Not to Delete?Image: M i x y (Flickr)
“Remaining Facebook friends with anex delayed emotional recovery and ledto greater distress over the breakup,negative feel...
95% of young adults said theywould use Facebook or MySpaceto check out their exs new partnerImage: dhester (morgueFile)
So, Unfriending them will solveeverything...Image: geralt (Pixabay)Right?
WRONG.When your online social lives are so entangled,it makes it almost impossible not to seewhat your ex it up to via you...
Step Six: Learn fromyour Mistake,andAdapt.Image: PublicDomainPictures (Pixabay)
“Facebook has created a whole new slew ofobstacles and awkward conversationsthat previously didn’t exist for people in the...
We need to become more digitally awareabout what we show the world online, and theemotionally vulnerable state it can put ...
Facebook has become the main platform foronline social activityandcommunication...We can’t ignore itsimpact and powerover ...
CreditsAll images are licensed under theCreative Commons Non-Commercial agreement fromFlickr, morgueFilePixabayandImage: h...
Sourceshttp://www.buzzfeed.com/atmccann/how-facebook-ruined-dating-and-breaking-up-toohttp://mashable.com/2010/04/10/faceb...
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A look into the changes that Facebook has imposed on the world of dating. For FILM260, Queen's University.

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  1. 1. The Flame: DatingThe Snuffer: FacebookBy Jennifer Hunter
  2. 2. The world of dating was hard enough beforethe emergence of Facebook in 2004...Image: JimMunnelly (morgueFile)
  3. 3. the traditional, romanticSince then, Facebook has founda way to changeexperience of relationships.Image: Ladyheart (morgueFile)
  4. 4. “Participants almost universally citedas their primary tool for interaction earlyin the experimenting stage of romanticrelationship development”- I Now Pronounce You FBOImage: Simon (Pixabay)
  5. 5. Step One: Meet them.Step Two: Stalk them.Image: nionx (morgueFile)
  6. 6. We often Facebook stalk to “reducesome of the uncertainty in relationships”- Allison McCannImage: mickepe (morgueFile)
  7. 7. In its third survey of more than 5,000 singles, dating websiteMatch.com found that 48% of women admit that theyresearch a first date on Facebook.- Catherine TownsendImage: PublicDomainPictures (Pixabay)
  8. 8. So now that you knoweverythingabout them,say goodbye to thegiddinessandbutterfliesImage: rollingroscoe (morgueFile)before that first date.
  9. 9. Step Three: Decision Time.“This status is a milestone for couples.”- I Now Pronounce You FBOImage: Jennifer Hunter
  10. 10. “Deciding to go- I Now Pronounce You FBO[Facebook Official]means laying your emotional cards on the table,face up.”Image: Cohdra (morgueFile)
  11. 11. Those that displayed their significant other in their profilepicture and were listed as ‘in a relationship’ weremore likely to stay together- Allison McCannImage: greyerbaby (morgueFile)
  12. 12. On the contrary,disclosing too much information online about therelationships was negatively associated withintimacysatisfactionandbetween couplesImage: PublicDomainPictures (Pixabay)
  13. 13. Posts on their partner’swall from friends whothey didn’t know alsoprovokedJealousyImage: hotblack (morgueFile)
  14. 14. So, what happens whenthings start to go sour?Image: niznoz (Flickr)
  15. 15. Step Four: The Break-Up.Image: Olivier GR (Flickr)
  16. 16. -Gretchen Kelmer“People feel more pressure from friends and familyto stay together when they have their partner in theirprofile picture and relationship status”...Image: ManicMorFF (morgueFile)
  17. 17. ...reducing thelikelihood ofactuallybreaking up.Image: hotblack (morgueFile)
  18. 18. Maybe that couple profile picture and relationshipstatus wasn’t a good idea after all.Image: PublicDomainPictures (Pixabay)
  19. 19. Not to mention - when it happens - everyone will know about it.Everyone.Image: geralt (Pixabay)
  20. 20. Step Five: Delete or Not to Delete?Image: M i x y (Flickr)
  21. 21. “Remaining Facebook friends with anex delayed emotional recovery and ledto greater distress over the breakup,negative feelings, sexual desire andlonging for the ex-partner”- Allison McCannImage: Lst1984 (Flickr)
  22. 22. 95% of young adults said theywould use Facebook or MySpaceto check out their exs new partnerImage: dhester (morgueFile)
  23. 23. So, Unfriending them will solveeverything...Image: geralt (Pixabay)Right?
  24. 24. WRONG.When your online social lives are so entangled,it makes it almost impossible not to seewhat your ex it up to via your mutual friends.Image: geralt (Pixabay)
  25. 25. Step Six: Learn fromyour Mistake,andAdapt.Image: PublicDomainPictures (Pixabay)
  26. 26. “Facebook has created a whole new slew ofobstacles and awkward conversationsthat previously didn’t exist for people in the dreadfulworld of dating”- Allison McCannImage: tpsdave (Pixabay)
  27. 27. We need to become more digitally awareabout what we show the world online, and theemotionally vulnerable state it can put us in.Image: PublicDomainPictures (Pixabay)
  28. 28. Facebook has become the main platform foronline social activityandcommunication...We can’t ignore itsimpact and powerover today’s romantic relationshipsImage: sullivan (morgueFile)
  29. 29. CreditsAll images are licensed under theCreative Commons Non-Commercial agreement fromFlickr, morgueFilePixabayandImage: hotblack (morgueFile)
  30. 30. Sourceshttp://www.buzzfeed.com/atmccann/how-facebook-ruined-dating-and-breaking-up-toohttp://mashable.com/2010/04/10/facebook-dating/http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2310485/Facebook-stalking-day-rule-The-new-dating-rules-impatient-digital-generation.htmlhttp://www.psmag.com/blogs/news-blog/i-now-pronounce-you-fbo-facebook-official-51307/Image: dhester (morgueFile)

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