Some employees including Susan witnessed and admitted that this was growing to a serious problem. However, Susan really reported this problem and hoped could change something, but she failed to do so. Most employees felt did not be wiling to to expose this reality, because nobody wanted to be involved in a risk of their “friendship”. The Den was contracted with an external company called College Food Services (CFS). It was CFS’s loss of money from this freebie problem; the employees naturally would not want to jeopardize their relationship by standing out.
Because introverts do not want to share too much information about their lives, they are often given these impressions (Collins, 2009). Introverts prefer to be intimate – the main reason why they don’t share a lot of things on their media. Lastly, people often attribute introverts as snob and arrogant people. Introverts can’t take to socialize to people for a long time. They eventually try to separate themselves from the group to have some time alone.
This is because people do not understand how to avoid these topics and social media sites can easily find a way to minimize these situations. “Clearly social media is inadvertently leaving youth susceptible to become overly self-conscious, anxious and ultimately depressed” (Amedie 5). Lack of trust and comfort leads to anxiety and depression. “Social media is robbing us of trust and comfort we once placed in one another, replacing the human fellowship, physical and emotional support we once drew from each other with virtual connection” (Amedie 4). Social media has supposedly caused people to be antisocial which could lead to anxiety because of the fear to interact with another person.
However, the prejudgements, rumors, misinterpretations, etc. often lead to making that person a target not because of their own self, but for their appearance. Those same reasons also lead to the lack of empathy in an individual. The Maycomb County folks are, “... so busy worrying about the next world they’ve never learned to live in this one, and you can look down the street and see the results.” (Lee p. 73). They are so busy worrying about protecting themselves that they even forget about the others.
One who over dependence on technology will not talk the other by face by face because they just only use technology for communicating to each other in the world. They do not talk and share their opinions to other and make their creativity become lower due to lack of ideas in their thinking. They feel scaring to talk to each other. By the way, they use technology to communicate. People will not be brave in the future even thought they do not solve the problem properly.
First, the danger arising from the use of Social Media (in general) is to feel inferior. She felt isolated from a small group, so she felt like just being alone. And in the end, the users themselves will have closed nature Social Media (anti social). This anti-social impact will be one that is harmful to the user 's daily life. He will find it very difficult to be friends with anyone.
Likewise Allen. Et al., (1992) disagree that it is emotional feelings hidden in advertisements which conveyance the customer to purchase or reject the product. In the words of Gorn, 1982, Advertisements could not recognize the quality of products, it only gives the information about the products along with emotional attachment. Most of the times, advertising agencies over emphasize about the features of the product in such a way that the consumer gets conveyance psychologically. (Smith et al., 2006) As a passage of time, most consumers are now being aware of the incomplete advertisements so they don’t consider these types of advertisements which irritate them.
Another reason why the change might not have been so successful is due to the lack of expressiveness from the managers. This is was Alvesson and Sveningsson (2015) call symbolic anorexia or cultural thinness. Symbols create meaning in a simplistic and powerful way and can be anything from an event to a story. Symbols often appeal to both the logical and the emotional sides of a person (Alvesson and Sveningsson, 2015). Since there was a lack of symbols, the employees did not understand the new culture or the need for it.
Firstly, word of mouth promotion can sometimes bring negative image to MYDIN. For example, dissatisfied customer will voice his discontentment to other potential customers. This will tarnish MYDIN’s reputation. Since MYDIN has little advertising activities, it is difficult to convince other potential customers. Also, membership drives will only help maintain current customers.
Negative Buzz - People most likely to talk about the bad things rather than the good things, people will not take time to proof the negative news. As a result, the business will suffer. iii. Ethical Considerations - Although there are some privacy policies to limit the transaction of the mailing list of a company, there are some recipients who feel that viral marketing is a sleazy practice. They may even choose not to do business with those companies at the end.