Not only that, its also a place to us to have a new friends. If in a long distance, with social media we also can contact them with many kinds of social media. With that reason, our relation is not enough with them. Social media become a place for people’s creativity, they sometimes make a creativity and posting in social media. The purpose is maybe with posting it the creativity can make the other person excited and give reason to make better than it.
Impression Management: Self-Presentation and Embarrassment Connections that we make with other people are largely based on the impressions we give and get of each other. We feel the need to control those impressions and the way we are viewed by those around us. In order to ensure people are seeing exactly what we want them to, we use self-presentation methods. Employing these methods, however, is not a one time, end all be all situation. Once we have exposed ourselves in the manners we choose, we employ Tactical Impression Management systems to continue shaping how we are viewed by those we interact with.
Society utilizes Instagram to upload self-images, known as “selfies” to be recognized by others, gain likes and followers to become “Instagram famous.” Facebook is another popular site that is used today, where someone can post just about anything and anyone is able to look at it. Twitter is another addicting social network that many people are consumed by because it is a way to express ones’ thoughts through images or words in seconds. By using social networks, people try to show that their lives are better than others by posting images or statements. Having Instagram, Facebook and Twitter are used in way to be acknowledged by others. With these social media accounts, people gain millions of followers and likes.
The audiences interpret the media in their own perspective and tend to avoid messages that do not go along with their beliefs. Selective processes theory includes selective exposure, selective attention, selective retention and selective perception. The first two steps in this theory involve the selective exposure and selective attention. This step explains the tendency of the audience to expose themselves and/or to attend to messages they feel are align to their current attitudes or beliefs and interests. Political interest and opinion for example might influence the way an individual gave attention to a media message.
How do examples of power, trust, and difference affect communication? What examples illustrate your point? *An example of power that affects communication is the ability to influence people. Speaking with honesty gives people acknowledgement of the differences between the actions and their own interpretations of life. Having power can be great because people feel the power and take on new challenges to better their lives, life without a risk will not get you very far.
Empathy is important in culture differences because it is about understanding and accepting another culture that is different with yours instead of judging the culture whether good or bad and adapts to the foreign culture. (Adler, 1991) Without understanding and accepting culture differences, it will form intercultural barriers such as ethnocentrism. (Donald B. Pope-Davis, 2013) Ethnocentrism is a social bias which views own culture is superior compared than others cultures. Every individual holds ethnocentric behaviors. The degree of ethnocentrism will influence one’s intercultural competence to communicate efficiently and successfully in social context.
Clearly, these types of relationships are very unfulfilling, unlike real life friendships because the difference between people real life personalities and behaviors versus online behaviors are different. Being a moral person, online and in real life is important because deceiving others in any sense is unmoral. This reflects that, it is important to have real life friendships, because those are the ones that gives the feeling of a relationship that is deep, truthful, and complete. Due to what social networking sites have created, “friendship is something that can exist purely through disembodied interaction mediated by social media” (Eshbach, Teklits, Hoover). Therefore humans naturally desire to have meaningful friendships.
Social networking describes the phenomena found in, participatory and self-expressive websites such as Facebook, Twitter, My space, and Youtube. Social media is becoming an ubiquitous in today’s society and today’s youth are spending a great deal of time using some sites to access in a public life. Social media 1 Negative effects of social media on education A lot of students are using some sites that can distract them from their doings especially on their studies. Yes, social media gives everything what a person will need. Social media is a great way to have a person communicating with another person but we also do know that it could give us a big impact that could be problem to our studies.
So, it is no doubt our real world social lives are seeing some changes. Social media is the driver behind that connection. It is about sharing and broadcasting your life online, conversing with friends as well as strangers. III. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF SOCIAL MEDIA Positive effects of Social Media:- 1.
People also stay connected and interact with one another, with their peers, people of similar interests, and even their family members. This helps strengthen their relationship even if they are busy with their daily routines. In addition, social media sites have become a platform for youth with similar interest or common discipline to get together, building connections and opportunities for their respective careers. Youth claims that social media not only makes their lives easier and efficient, it has become their lifestyle. While social media has seems to bring people together and help one another stay connected, it has created social isolation in regards to BBC News report.