社交媒体在使我们变得更像精神病人吗?

#信息图#1、不诚实:25%的FB用户承认曾伪造自己的账户信息。2、与现实脱节:24%的人声称现实生活中由于忙于在社交媒体上分享,从而错过了一些重要时刻。近40%的人在网上社交的时间要长于面对面的交往。51%的受访者声称自己在晚饭时会查看社交网站。3、自恋:37%的LinkedIn用户定期更换头像;46%的受访者声称在24小时内搜索过自己的名字。4、自我行为管控力低:42%的年青人报告称自己曾遭遇过网络欺凌。有51%的人认为社交媒体并没有使自己的生活变得更好。你认为呢?

【文章全文】Is Social Media Turning Us into Psychopaths [INFOGRAPHIC]

 

Many people unfollow me and don’t appreciate my blunt force social tactics online. I’m not sure anyone has classified me as a psychopath publicly or not, but there are probably a couple folks wondering. I don’t believe I am – but I am passionate in my debates online. I even get heated once in a while – but I still try to show respect for others’ opinions.

 

The long-term impact of spending one’s life in the real world while constantly connected to the virtual one is not yet fully understood. While treatment for Internet addiction has been available since the mid-’90s, it’s worth noting that more people than ever before are exhibiting the ironically anti-social behaviors now associated with spending too much time online. From WhoIsHostingThis’s infographic, Is Social Media Turning Us Into Psychopaths?

 

At the root of my personal activity online is the fact that I’m public and transparent in my identity. I’m accountable to the things that I say online because I put my name and my photo on it. I don’t do anything under anonymity. It’s my belief that much of the psychopathic behavior we see online is because there are no repercussions to people lashing out or being mean online when they’re hiding behind the cloak of anonymity. I don’t believe people are any more mean online than they ever have been in real life… but it’s easier to be psychopathic when you’re not held personally accountable.

 

【文章作者】Douglas Karr

【文章来源】socialmediatoday

【文章链接】http://socialmediatoday.com/douglaskarr/1536236/infographic-social-media-turning-us-psychopaths


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