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Social Networking Website Deteriorates The Quality Of Our Interpersonal Relationship

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Mandy Leung

on 2 May 2013

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Transcript of Social Networking Website Deteriorates The Quality Of Our Interpersonal Relationship

Presentation Flow Motives: (i) Keeping Contact with Friends 1st 3rd Motives: (ii) Boost Popularity Negative Impact
on Communication Ability 2nd Negative Impact on Family Relationship 4th Negative Impact on Romantic Relationship 5th Conclusion 6th > 5.5 hrs per day! Negative Impact on Family
Relationship Spend More TIME With FRIENDS Than FAMILY Case 1:Dinner Stop it and have dinner! Wait for a minute you think chatting
to your friends
will be much more important than
having a dinner? Cause argument Using Social Networking Websites... Less communication to family

Less chance to know each other

Misunderstanding and arguments are easily occured Strike a balance in maintaining friendship and family affection Difficulties Different time schedule
Hard to gather to have discussion on project arguments on points we have our own thoughts and evidences
spend time on the discussion
more time is needed The way of communication Face-to-face interaction Through social networking sites Motives of using
social networking sites shows... Their unwillingness towards communication Affect their relationships with friends and relatives Face-to-face interaction Internet Traditional way
Feel worried Social networking sites
Share similar interest or background
Ability of communication face to face is lowered Teens resulted in low quality in relationships

They are closer with online-friends comparing with in-person friends Teens have fewer chances to communicate with friends in reality

Not willing to have face-to-face communication Social Phenomenon DISCOURAGE! Reduces time to communicate

Lose the way to practice their communication skills/ability

Cannot express themselves verbally Negative Impact on Communication Ability Become an addiction

Further deteriorating the situation may even cause autism have face-to-face communication

Our communication ability Using Social networking websites Interfered with family time

Disturbed family dinner schedule

Cause conflicts frequently How Spending less time on family will result in poor family relationship? “ Family Cohesion”

Shared activities

Supportive deeds

Affection Motives: (i) Keeping Contact with Friends Build social capital Surveillance Keep contact with current friends or disconnected friends Search for others’ profiles to develop new social connections Trace the movement, interest and location of friends

Find out more acquaintances of others

Reinforce friendship Passive consumption of social news

Provide contents of conversational groundings with friends

Keep up with a larger circle of friends News Feed Trace the location of their friends Check-in How do people connect with others? How do people connect with others? How do people connect with others? Direct communication

Involves self disclosure

Effectively enhance relationship, especially long- distance friendship Private messaging Provide convenient channel for gatherings

Re-build social connection with old friends Gathering Indirect communication “Like” buttons and comments Show the value of a relationship

Solidify social connection with friends CONCLUSION Motives:
Keeping contacting with friends

Boosting popularity Negative impacts:
Unwilling to have face-to-face communication

Hampering both family and lovers relationship Use the social networking websites appropriately our interpersonal relationship will be improved Negative Impact on
Romantic Relationship Aware of our beloved one’s posts

Check our partners’ status constantly

Overanalyze the meaning of the posts

Feelings of insecurity Overanalyzing People’s comments may make us jealous

Reading people's posts about us on Facebook

Think too much

Certain comments may include some unwanted information People’s
comments Changing our relationship status on Facebook

Publically on the web + everyone may know about it

Not accept to post a relationship status on their page

Not accept the changed of the status to include their names Everything's
public People who frequently engage in social networking websites People who addict to social networking websites Teenage
lovers Married
couples Dissatisfaction on Romantic Relationship Social
Websites Original purpose: get in touch with our family, friends, acquaintances Online dating is no long a taboo Interfering with one’s romantic relationship

Blossoming relationship into happiness Healthy
Relationship Spend more time with our loved one from time to time Relationship can establish through love and patient
Boost popularity Motive of using Facebook Introduction
Facebook- a platform of introducing yourself
Definition of popularity
Two hypotheses
Self-esteem & popularity Boost popularity Education background
Work background
Favorite interests
Song clips of their favorite bands
Post messages on friends’ pages
Post and tag pictures and videos Facebook™ gives its users an opportunity to create personalized profiles Widely liked
Accepted by one’s peer group members
Socially dominant Definition of popularity For doing research in facebook: Social network researchers often leave the definition to survey respondents:

“Who on this list is popular?”
“Who on this list is a friend of yours?” Online popularity Online popularity can be defined in two ways:
status indicators: such as number of friends and the length of the wall in Facebook™
using virtual ethnography techniques to ask open-ended questions about popularity on Facebook™.
the meanings of Facebook™ popularity for users with different levels of self-esteem and sociability can be identified. Research in facebook Those more popular offline augment their popularity by increasing it on Facebook™

What the personality do those less popular usually have?
more extroverted
with higher self-esteem

Extroverted and outgoing adolescents are motivated to add online contacts to their already large network of offline friends Social Enhancement (“Rich Get Richer”) hypothesis Those less popular offline attempt to increase their Facebook™ popularity to compensate for inadequate offline popularity
What the personality do those less popular usually have?
more introverted
have lower self-esteem

Introverts and socially anxious adolescents, having difficulty developing friendships, are more likely to use the Internet because they substitute online contacts for an undesirable offline social network Social Compensation (“Poor Get Richer”) hypothesis -Impression management is the manner in which individuals plan, adopt, and carry out the process of conveying to others an image of self in interaction with the communicative context .

-Facebook™ users probably set up their profiles in order to suggest a certain image to viewers. One type of impression management is ingratiation, which manipulates appearance, personality, or behaviors to project greater attractiveness Impression management Screen names, profiles, and messages are means through which Facebook™ users can foster others’ impression formation about them. -Impressions
from cues and conceptual categories found within a user’s profile .
Users may select what information they want to include in a profile to highlight their most positive qualities Initial impressions made by individuals communicating online may be less complete and less detailed than those made in face-to-face situations.
Impressions are more extreme when making them online rather than face-to-face, because of the reduced feedback to dampen emotional expression. Effect Self-enhancement, self-protection and self-esteem are all motivating factors for using the Internet Self-presentation people with high self-esteem :
more likely to use an acquisitive self-presentational style, which seeks social appraisal
more boastful as the
social stakes increased Self-enhancement people with low self-esteem:
more likely to be self-protective, trying to prevent or lessen any social disapproval
Timid Self-protection
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