Social Media: The Killer in Romantic Relationships Relationship arguments that start off with " why can't I see your phone?" or " why are you still liking her pictures?" result in expectations about how the women is supposed to look and what the man is supposed to act is all we see nowadays. Social media doesn't bloom on its own. As a society, we feed the fire of topics or situations that don't deserve the attention they get.
They are really concerned with their appearances of the people they want love, just as Phaedrus comment about the opinion of the lover is very high to
Unlike Morrie’s statement, malice is not always linked to being threatened. Ignorance, entitlement, and miscommunication are among the multiple ways people can be mean without being threatened by another. Although research can disprove Morrie’s lesson, it only did so on a technicality. In Morrie’s quote, he states that feeling threatened is the only catalyst for meanness, but, there are a few other motives that a cruel person can have to degrade another.
As a coin has two sides, Hate speech law has also positive impact and bad impact like adversely affect on social attitudes, violate the freedom of speech and psychological harm. We should not try to stop hate speech law but we have to continue trying to minimize causing harm to other = = =
I often type “u” instead of “you” because I use “u” very often in my texts. This was very unprofessional and thusly resulted in the message being completely dismissed. The Sexist and Racist Language Barrier When communicating, one must always choose their words carefully. Be it a slip of the tongue or an intentional comment, some words, phrases, and terms that we think are harmless, may come across as derogatory to people of different gender and ethnicity.
Censorship occurs everywhere, even in the “Land of the Free”. Things are swept under the rug and kept from people for the “greater good”, but should not the greater good be for people to know what is going on in the world they live in? People constantly post things just to have them removed; social media is a tremendous platform to inform and educate people on things that the news refuses to cover or hides. Concealing information and censoring the media defeats the purpose of the First Amendment and goes against the foundation of our country. Censorship has been an ongoing issue in the United States for what seems like centuries now.
However, although leveraging practitioners’ experience and intuition can result in favourable outcomes in highly unpredictable environments, it can also pose some risks for companies, since judgmental interventions can be strongly influenced by cognitive biases. Social Media data can be characterized as noisy and unclear, and perhaps the most discussed limitation of Social Media data is its bias nature. The users of Social Media are just a sample of all internet users i.e. they don’t represent our entire population in general. Not everyone is using Social Media which is why the sample from which data sets come from is most likely a very biased one (Gayo-Avello, 2011; Jahanbakhsh & Moon, 2014). Likewise, Gayo-Avello (2011) suggests that researchers suffer under a so called ‘file drawer effect’ – this is an inclination towards reporting positive outcomes after a couple of confident results while ignoring or suppressing the negative ones, which is another form of biased behaviour and can have drastic
“A popular form of catfishing is when someone fakes their occupation to steal your money” (XNSPY). Another way of stealing money is taking advantage of the people seeking for love online and make them believe that they are investing for their future when in reality they are trying to steal money from you with lies and false promises. Also, people seek online dating hoping to find a better match for them and when the connections are created they will share personal information, photos and videos as a way to prove the connection they have for each other or as a way to express the feeling they have for each other. “Many catfishers obtain your intimate photos and videos and leak them online or sell them to various pornographic sites” (XNSPY). No, always all is wonderful in online relationships because some people could keep a “relationship” with you for the goal of collect information that they could sell and make money with
Throughout both literature and life, the inefficacy of hostility in providing true conciliation has been an often repeated phenomenon, with the former realizing this more often. In Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontё, characters’ decisions to stop acting cruelly towards others provide moral reconciliation, illustrating that a positive resolution can only happen when one lets go of hostility. For example, the fact that the younger Catherine’s choice to stop mocking Hareton eventually results in a relationship between the two demonstrates that letting go of prejudice towards another can result in the formation of positive relationships that bring happiness. Upon learning that Hareton is her cousin, Catherine shirks him,
Revealing More to Comment Less People open numerous social media accounts to learn about the different opinions people have and also to share their own. When people decide to join these websites, they give away part of their right to privacy, and make themselves vulnerable to negative opinions. There are many other websites where people might share their opinions too, for example, shopping websites. Many people enjoy commenting online and do it very tactfully and say what they truly believe about a product or share an opinion about something or someone.
Cass Sunstein explains in his article, “How Facebook Makes Us Dumber”, the tendency of facebook users to seek out information that confirms what they already believe. He explains the “vicious spiral” that occurs when a homogenous community of facebook users share articles that don’t necessarily have any factual truth. The article confirms whatever bias the community holds, and thus strengthening the belief. Readers of these articles don’t feel the need to fact check or seek out any contradictions of the article because they agree with the article’s content, and because every article that is shared within the community features the same opinion, it becomes as if opposition doesn’t even exist. In Leonard Pitt’s “When ears don’t hear, truth is
I Love Lucy, one of the famous television shows of the 1950’s, depicted a zany housewife balancing chores and a growing family intermingled with a series of continuous mishaps. Aside from the show’s entertainment value, the setting provided a sense of cultural critique. In this paper, I explain the presence of patriarchal norms and degradation of female characters in the show in addition to the breaking of societal taboos brought about by the driven post-war era. A key part in understanding the setting of I Love Lucy is to understand what the values were key in 1950 American society. This post-war era was filled with a rise in suburban living.
Why do people not take accountability for their actions, especially online? Richard Bernstein, writer and book critic, says “Anonymity is a tremendous aid to the...cowardly” (349). Some websites allow you to be anonymous so that you will feel more comfortable posting your comments and opinions. Without anonymity the number for people posting would most likely decrease. Anonymity is a way that some people tell secrets about other people that they would not normally say if they had to reveal their true identity.
Direct democracy is a system that allows citizens to make laws themselves rather than outsourcing the job to elected representatives. The advantages of having a direct democracy would allow the inhabitants to have the capability of direct authority and cast ballots that will influence how things are operated. Another advantage having this type of democracy would entail more transparency within government. Certain issues that would normally be considered classified, having a direct democracy all information related to government would be available for everyone to see. Although this may appear beneficial to citizens, a direct democracy can also cause tension within a government.