互联网改变恋爱关系的六个方面

【互联网改变恋爱关系的六个方面】Pew的研究报告显示1.相亲网站帮忙找到更好的另一半—— 59%的互联网用户认为在线约会帮助人们找到更匹配的另一半。2.通过他人了解和接受在线约会 。尽管自己没有约会网站,42%的美国人承认他们认识的人中有人是用户,29%的人表示他们认 识的人中有通过相亲网站认识,并最终步入婚姻殿堂或者建立长期伴侣关系的。尽管不使用相亲 网站,互联网介入了大多数人的感情生活。2.打情骂俏新场所。大多数单身的人在网上跟他人调情 ,甚至还有39%的已经结婚10年以下的人。3.获知EX近况的信息来源。如很多单身网民通过互联网调 查自己的爱人或前男友/女友。社交网站是其中重要的工具,尤其是年轻人群体。将近一半的18- 29岁社交网站用户表示,他们曾经在网上查过前男友/女友的资料。4.发布恋爱动向的新平台。年轻人还喜欢在社交网站上 发布约会细节或照片,可能是因为他们推断前男友/女友会关注他们的在线状态。5.调查约会对象资料或表白新工具。当然,目前的约会对象也会接受网络审查。其中15%的用户直接通过社 交网络发起约会。6.处理旧时恋爱资料。身处恋爱关系的人 会在处理掉网上曾经的恋爱资料。如超过三分之一的18-29的用户会对前男友/女友取消关注。

 

How the Internet is changing dating in 6 charts

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

The Pew Internet & American Life Project studies almost everything Americans do online. So it's no surprise they have the online dating scene covered. In a report released Monday, the viagra online sale project shows just how much the Internet has invaded Americans' romantic lives.

According to Pew's survey, 11 percent of American adults and 38 percent of those currently "single and looking" have used an online dating site or a mobile app. And 66 percent of those people have gone on a date with someone they met on such a site, while 23 percent report meeting a spouse or long-term relationship through the services.

It's not all candy and roses. Some 54 percent feel that "someone else seriously misrepresented themselves in their profile" and 28 percent of online daters "have been contacted by someone through an online dating site or app in a way that made them feel harassed or uncomfortable."

Despite these concerns, some 59 percent of Internet users view online dating as a "good way to meet people," and 53 percent say it "allows people to find a better match." Some 21 percent of Internet users say people who use dating site are desperate, but that's down eight points from 29 percent in 2005.

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

Even if they haven't done any online  dating themselves, a lot of Americans say they know someone who has tried it out. Some 42 percent of American adults say they know someone who has used it, while 29 percent say they know someone who entered into a marriage or long-term relationship with someone they met through online dating.

(Pew Internet & American Life project)

(Pew Internet & American Life project)

But even if American's aren't using a dating site, a lot of them use the Internet in their romantic life in other capacities. For instance, a majority of "single and looking" Internet users have flirted with someone online -- as have nearly 39 percent of people who have been married or partnered for 10 years or less. A fair number of Internet users also used the Internet to do research on previous dating partners.

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

A lot of social media users use the sites to check up on previous partners -- especially the younger crowd, where nearly half of those ages 18 to 29 say they've looked them up. Younger people were also more likely to post details or pictures from a date, maybe because they (rightly) assume there's a fair chance an ex is going to be following their online presence.

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

Social media users are also using the platforms to research fresh prospects -- or even make the first move. Thirty percent of users say they've used social networking services to research a prospective partner, while 15 percent bit the bullet asked for a date via the sites. Unsurprisingly, young whippersnappers ages 18 to 29 were more likely to do either of these things than their counterparts ages 30 to 49.

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

(Pew Internet & American Life Project)

But when a relationship sours, some also have to do some digital cleaning up to do -- especially younger users. Over a third of social media users ages 18 to 29 report "unfriending" or blocking a former partner. A similar proportion reported untagging or deleting photos of themselves with someone they used to date.

 

文章作者:Andrea Peterson

文章来源:washingtonpost

文章链接:http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2013/10/21/how-the-internet-is-changing-dating-in-6-charts/


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