Does less and less face to face interaction, versus virtual, have a detrimental effect on society?
I think it does to some extent. We tend to be able to hold up in our homes, not really having to meet face to face with people. We tend to believe words on a screen and with no body language with the conversation, it is harder to judge if the words are sincere. I think many young people are losing the art of socialization by only using electronic media. Plus, it is easier to hate faceless enemies, i.e bully people on the Internet. Great question!
by JDeAngelis 7 years ago
Is virtual interaction just as meaningful and exciting as physically talking to someone?With the social networks connecting all of us via messages have we chosen it over real contact or is it still second best?
by WriterGig 10 years ago
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