Social Networking:People Skills andTrue FriendshipsBy: Luca Di DonatoImage By: Robert S. Donovan
Social networkingtoday begins at a veryyoung ageImage by: Simon Steinberger
Children become eligible under TERMSOF SERVICEto have their own SOCIAL MEDIA account at the ageof . . .13Image By: Meredit...
In 2011, there were7.5 MILLION underageFacebook members…two-thirds of which were10 OR YOUNGERSource: Kevin Makice, Coming ...
perhaps this is because advertisingfor facebook is extremelyyouth-focusedSource: Carys Mills, ‘Facebook Fatigue’ and the a...
this has a dramatic effect on the way in whichour youth develop social skills, especially withregards to human interaction...
they can chat from behind ascreencharismaticallyImage By: Ravi Karandeekar
but when coming face to facethey are at a loss for wordsImage By: Sarah Horrigan
“Facebook isplaying a biggerrole inrelationshipformationandrelationshipdisillusions.”Image By: publik15
“Facebookusers canavoid thetensionofhaving todirectlyexpressrelationalinterest in thefirst meetingby asking fora phonenumb...
Anartificialtimeline of one’slife from a very early stage isdepictedImage By: Gerardus
thisdistortedlife story is a phonyversion of one’srealexperiencesImage By: enderisnotmyrealname (mike)
itrevealsthesplendor andconcealsthe shameImage By: MatteoMoci
Anadmirable individual is no longer one whois modest, calmand honestImage By: Mario Lapid
Having thesequalities onlymakes youfallbehindon the webbecause you donot postenoughEXCITINGCONTENTImage By: The Happy Rower
Now days everyonedesiresthe personwith the most attractiveonline profileImage By: Mario’s Planet
Skilfulmanipulationoftenallows individuals toportraythemselves assomething they are notImage By: azzief
the“coolest”kids arethose whoare mostable toexercisetheironlineinfluenceImage By: BoudewijnBerends
Those who cannot keep up with this onlinefrenzy begin to feelunappreciatedand gounnoticedImage By: kodomut
Ourgenerationhas becomedependent onothersforself-approvalImage By: Robbie Grubbs
"People are looking for their friends to confirm theylook good. You want thatreassurance, we all wantpeople to say positiv...
“Self-image is important, and not always in a narcissistic way.Its how we define ourselves, and present for others to see....
It is important to realize that onlinepopularity is no measurementof trueImage By: Louise Docker
The friends who valueyou as a humanbeing are the ones whotruly matterImage By: Adarsh Antony
they are theones whowill stick byyour sidethroughthickandthinImage By: Harsha K R
theycarefor what isactuallyimportantImage By: jimmiehomeschoolmom
Acknowledging this goes a longw a yImage By: Gorod
it is whatsep a r a tesreal friendsfromonlinefriendsImage By: staticd
it deciphers truthfromfictionImage By: VitoldMuratov
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  1. 1. Social Networking:People Skills andTrue FriendshipsBy: Luca Di DonatoImage By: Robert S. Donovan
  2. 2. Social networkingtoday begins at a veryyoung ageImage by: Simon Steinberger
  3. 3. Children become eligible under TERMSOF SERVICEto have their own SOCIAL MEDIA account at the ageof . . .13Image By: Meredith BellSource: Kevin Makice, Coming of Age in the Digital Age
  4. 4. In 2011, there were7.5 MILLION underageFacebook members…two-thirds of which were10 OR YOUNGERSource: Kevin Makice, Coming of Age in the Digital Age Image By: Ryan Clement
  5. 5. perhaps this is because advertisingfor facebook is extremelyyouth-focusedSource: Carys Mills, ‘Facebook Fatigue’ and the aging social network Image By: sunsurfr
  6. 6. this has a dramatic effect on the way in whichour youth develop social skills, especially withregards to human interactionand friendshipsImage By: evanor
  7. 7. they can chat from behind ascreencharismaticallyImage By: Ravi Karandeekar
  8. 8. but when coming face to facethey are at a loss for wordsImage By: Sarah Horrigan
  9. 9. “Facebook isplaying a biggerrole inrelationshipformationandrelationshipdisillusions.”Image By: publik15
  10. 10. “Facebookusers canavoid thetensionofhaving todirectlyexpressrelationalinterest in thefirst meetingby asking fora phonenumber.Rather, theycan retreat tothe nearestcomputer orsmart phoneandlook theperson upon Facebook.”Source: Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce You FBO: Facebook Official Image By: macinate
  11. 11. Anartificialtimeline of one’slife from a very early stage isdepictedImage By: Gerardus
  12. 12. thisdistortedlife story is a phonyversion of one’srealexperiencesImage By: enderisnotmyrealname (mike)
  13. 13. itrevealsthesplendor andconcealsthe shameImage By: MatteoMoci
  14. 14. Anadmirable individual is no longer one whois modest, calmand honestImage By: Mario Lapid
  15. 15. Having thesequalities onlymakes youfallbehindon the webbecause you donot postenoughEXCITINGCONTENTImage By: The Happy Rower
  16. 16. Now days everyonedesiresthe personwith the most attractiveonline profileImage By: Mario’s Planet
  17. 17. Skilfulmanipulationoftenallows individuals toportraythemselves assomething they are notImage By: azzief
  18. 18. the“coolest”kids arethose whoare mostable toexercisetheironlineinfluenceImage By: BoudewijnBerends
  19. 19. Those who cannot keep up with this onlinefrenzy begin to feelunappreciatedand gounnoticedImage By: kodomut
  20. 20. Ourgenerationhas becomedependent onothersforself-approvalImage By: Robbie Grubbs
  21. 21. "People are looking for their friends to confirm theylook good. You want thatreassurance, we all wantpeople to say positivethings about us.”Source: Jillian McHugh, Selfies just as much for the insecure as show-offs Image By: Janet Ramsden
  22. 22. “Self-image is important, and not always in a narcissistic way.Its how we define ourselves, and present for others to see. Werely on others perceptions and appraisals todevelop ourSource: Christine Erickson, The Social Psychology of the Selfie Image By: SalFalko
  23. 23. It is important to realize that onlinepopularity is no measurementof trueImage By: Louise Docker
  24. 24. The friends who valueyou as a humanbeing are the ones whotruly matterImage By: Adarsh Antony
  25. 25. they are theones whowill stick byyour sidethroughthickandthinImage By: Harsha K R
  26. 26. theycarefor what isactuallyimportantImage By: jimmiehomeschoolmom
  27. 27. Acknowledging this goes a longw a yImage By: Gorod
  28. 28. it is whatsep a r a tesreal friendsfromonlinefriendsImage By: staticd
  29. 29. it deciphers truthfromfictionImage By: VitoldMuratov

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