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Seminar in Social Media test 2
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bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets
Social Media Anxiety Disorder
This disorder means that someone feels extreme levels of discomfort when he/she is not currently active on one of their social media pages.
Symptoms of Social Media Anxiety Disorder
1. Breaking up an interaction momentarily so you can open up one of your social media apps.
2. Not being honest regarding how much social media you consume.
3. Your cell phone is by you throughout your entire day so you can always be connected to social media.
Top 5 Privacy Concerns on Social media
1. Where's your head at? Privacy Settings
2. Are you open to offers? Information sharing (no-no)
3. Location, location, location
4. Privacy, AI, and the Ad
5. The Privacy Tree
Fake news or junk news is a type of yellow journalism or propaganda that consists of deliberate disinformation or hoaxes spread via traditional print and broadcast news media or online social media."
Fake News Factors
Fragmented glimpses do not convey social cues and understanding of true meaning.
When we are in the presence of great beauty, our minds go still.
People inevitably create groups: an "us" and a "them."
Intimacy groups (friends and family)
Task groups (coworkers)
Social identities (race, ethnicity, and gender)
Loose associations (fans of the same team).
A distinct social identity may be more important than a positive one.
We gain self-esteem by belonging to positive groups
Working to make your group better, to be perceived better, or treated better (e.g., Civil Rights Movement)
Social mobility (though some identities, like race, are enduring, others are dynamic and people can change group membership).
Social Identity theory
Stereotype self and others by group they belong
Establish prototypical leader (someone who represents what it means to be a group member)
Influences beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors through social cues.
Show favoritism to in-group members; discriminate against out-group members
minimal group paradigm
an experimental paradigm in which researchers create groups based on arbitrary and seemingly meaningless criteria and then examine how the members of these "minimal groups" are inclined to behave toward one another
Groups: Kandinsky or Klee?
Never Met or Seen "Teammates"
Still Showed Favoritism to Ingroup Members
Conclusion: It takes very little (minimal) to get people to take on group mentality
1.The sense of space.
3.Shared resources and support.
H1: Positive Self-Presentation will increase positive feedback from one' Facebook friends.
H2: Number of friends will increase positive feedback from one's Facebook friends.
H3: Initiation of online relationships will increase positive feedback from one's Facebook friends.
H4: Positive feedback from one's Facebook friends will increase adolescents self-esteem.
H5: The number of friends will have a direct positive impact on adolescents' self-esteem.
H6: Initiation of online relationships will have a direct positive impact on adolescents' self-esteem.
H7: Positive feedback from one's Facebook friends will increase adolescents initiation of offline relationships.
H8: The number of friends will have a direct positive impact on adolescents'' initiation of offline relationships.
H9: The initiation of online relationships will have a direct positive impact on adolescents' initation of offline relationships.
Those with low social skills are more likely to use online communication more, which fulfills needs of social interaction, self-disclosure, and identity exploration.
The interpersonal relationships, institutions, and other social assets of a society, group, or individual that can be used to gain advantage
Online Social Networks
Often, these networks consist of people who share common affinities or interests and may or may not be separately geographically
Social media breaks barriers (e.g., location) for the creation of social capital.
Social capital promotes cooperation between people—social media is often the channel for this interaction to take place.
Benefits of social capital
Graduating, grades, physical and mental health, employment, economic development, prevention of juvenile delinquency, childhood intellectual development.
Two main types of social capital
Bonding & Bridging Capital
Bonding Social Capital
social capital within a group or community.
Close Ties; Emotional Support
bridging social capital
social capital between social groups, social class, race, religion or other important sociodemographic or socioeconomic characteristics.
-Weak ties; Linking external assets and information diffusion; Broad range of backgrounds
social capital is...
is both a predictor and outcome of social media use.
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