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The Rise of Narcissism

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Transcript of The Rise of Narcissism

Examples of "Selfie"
Difference between Self Esteem and Narcissism
Cultural Comparisons
Definition
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A selfie is defined as a photo taken of oneself for the purpose of uploading it to a social media site. In addition, there must be only one person in the picture.
Selfies and Psychopathy
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Age Correlation
A study from University of Georgia found a negative correlation coefficient between age and NPI scores, revealing younger people to be more narcissistic than older people
Characteristics of Narcissism
Reject tradition
Believe in themselves
Went to college and stayed there
Unfiltered
Shun hard work
Want to be seen as individuals
Rise of Narcissism in Today's Culture
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Meagan Schantz, Donna Buckheit, Nicole Clemente, Sarah Barsch, Kerrigan Miller
~In comparison to baby boomers and generation X, the current high school and college students display more extrinsic values and motivations rather than intrinsic. More likely to value money, image and fame over community.

~Studies are finding that people who tend to score higher on Narcissistic Personality Tests also have more Facebook activity.

~May not be to the rise of social media but instead to the rise of social networks at home. Parental coddling, and the so called ‘self esteem’ movement; adults instilling a healthy sense of self esteem through manners of praise. “Everyone’s a Winner Mentality”- empty praise and congratulatory remarks that are undeserving leave children with less than satisfactory levels of self confidence.

~Self absorbed societal tendencies



Narcissism in Social Media Today:
Selfies
Do Now:
Bibliography
Why do you post on social media?
Do you consistently check back to see how many ‘likes’ you receive?
Do you feel that the more ‘likes’ you have in a period of time define your self worth?

Look at your own Instagram account:

How many “Selfies” do you have up right now?
Selfie
Not a selfie
Arguments against "Generation Me"
Not every member possesses all traits.
Each generation has viewed the younger as being foolish, self-centered and averse to hard work.
Generation Me has a greater tendency to do charity work.
Has more long-term goals other than material prosperity.
excessive or erotic interest in one's self and ones physical appearance.
The Narcissistic Personality Inventory(NPI) divides narcissism into 7 components:
Superiority
exhibitionism
entitlement
vanity
authority
exploitiveness
self-sufficiency

Ohio State University, 800 men aged 18-40 were asked to take a survey.
Tried to link those who posted, and edited selfies with narcissism.
Also scored high in anti-personality trait and psychopathy and are more prone to self-objectification
The men who did not edit their photos were linked with psychopathy rather than narcissism because it showed the impulsive behavior and desire to see themselves.
Self objectification is becoming a bigger problem with men as well as women.
Jesse Fox, the professor, wants to continue her studies to test her claim that the same results apply to women.
People argue changes in Narcissistic behaviors have to do with the ways people respond to questionnaires.
A more honest mentality would allow people to admit to being more selfish
The University of Georgia experiment found that the United States participants produced the highest NPI scores (an average of 15.3), followed by Europe (15), Canada (14.8), Asia (14.3), and the Middle East (13.9)
could be due to the fact that cultural perceptions of individualism vary across cultures.
Western cultures value the individual while eastern cultures tend to place more value on groups
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Foster, Joshua D., W. Keith Campbell, and Jean M. Twenge. "Individual Differences in Narcissism: Inflated Self-views across the Lifespan and around the World." (n.d.): n. pag. Http://www.researchgate.net/profile/W_Keith_Campbell/publication/222567676_Individual_differences_in_narcissism_Inflated_self-views_across_the_lifespan_and_around_the_world/links/54c30a980cf219bbe4ea2e76.pdf. Web.

"Is Social Media to Blame For the Rise In Narcissism?" Psychology Today. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.

"Narcissism or High Self-Esteem? What Is Narcissistic Personality Disorder?" WebMD. WebMD, n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.

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"Selfie." Urban Dictionary. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.

"Selfie-taking Men Are More Narcissistic, Psychopathic: Study." NY Daily News. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.

"Technology and Narcissism." Digital Responsibility. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.

"University of Southern California." USC Study: Celebrities Really Are More Narcissistic Than the General Public. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.

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YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
What is self-esteem?: An attitude built on accomplishments we've mastered, values we've adhered to, and care we've shown toward others
think about his/her self A LOT/ talks about themselves often
Crave attention
Exaggerate his talents & achievements
Believe they're special
Set unrealistic goals
Have wide, fast mood swings
Have hard time taking others seriously
Strive to win, whatever it takes
Fantasize about unlimited success,money, and power
Narcissism: Encourages envy and hostility, relies on dominance, involves arrogance, rejects criticism, and encourages bringing others down to build oneself up
One with Narcissistic Personality Disorder might.....
Self-Esteem: Encourages cooperation and compassion, supports and acknowledges equality, reflects humility, thrives on feedback and criticism, and leads to an understanding that every person contributes something to the world

Why are some people narcissistic and others simply have high self-esteem?
Society
Parental interaction
Achievements
Someone can be a narcissist and not have the
disorder
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