Do you think media saturation is changing the way humans develop? Why or why not?
The addition of media and technology literally everywhere including at our fingertips is cause for concern, or is it? What are your thoughts on the subject and what influenced them?
* Shorter attention spans
* Decreased ability to entertain oneself without the device
* Decreased patience because you're used to always on demand everything
* Increased need for constant validation because they get it from apps, social media, etc. However, SJWs are more likely due to insecure attachment to parents than modern social media.
* The thought bubbles social media produces (because every safe space filters out dissenting views or even facts that contradict the official narrative) means everyone feels absolutely right in whatever they do and that anyone who disagrees is a horrible, evil hater. This is enabling violence against dissenters because everyone agrees with you and disagreement is equated to assault.
by Reve 6 years ago
Why do people love sharing their relationship problems on social media websites?With greater extent of popularity of all the social media websites, people tend to me more reluctant on these websites, and prefer to share their personal issues there rather than sorting out by themselves. why is that?
by neakin 7 years ago
What Social Media/Bookmarking sites do you use and why?
by rroberts1 5 years ago
Why is it cheating when you talk to an ex on a social media site?Is it cheating if you use social media to talk to a high school sweetheart when your married or in a relationship?
by kallini2010 15 months ago
Why are people so interested in private lives of celebrities?Who are we to judge?
by LOT2DO 5 years ago
Why do people keep changing cell phones?from one model/make to other and so on
by Mike Russo 3 months ago
At this moment if you are watching CNN, they are showing over 10,000 people marching and protesting about Trump. If you watch Fox New, they are talking about all the great accomplishments Trump has done while being in the UK. And in the lower right corner of the screen, barely visible...
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