Humans And Machines Essay

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PONTIFICA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA MADRE Y MAESTRAFACULTAD DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y ADMINISTRATIVASDEPARTAMENTO DE ADMINISTRACIÓN DE EMPRESA.The Effects of Social Networking on Human Interactions.Presented by:Juan L. Beltre 2006-1592Presented to:Wanda PaduaAsignature:Redacción académicaDate:Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican RepublicMarch, 2014.The Effects of Social Networking on human interactions.Social networking is a tool used by people all around the world. Its purpose is to promote and help communication. This type of technology might be doing more harm than good. Sarah Zay, of USA Today, stated that "With the rise of websites such as Facebook, social networking may be on the verge of replacing traditional personal interactions for the next generation"It is not only changing how we communicate, but how we interact with each other in daily life. In the last years with the rise of websites, social networking may be on the verge of replacing traditional personal interactions for the next generation. Traditional interactions will continue to be at risk if we don't realize the effects of our social media. Social networking affects our lives in many ways, including our communication, self expression, bullying, isolations, friendships, and even our very own sense of humanity.Social networks were created for the purpose of helping individuals communicate. Many people use these networks to talk to their friends in other cities or even other countries. There are many situations that do not allow the use of telephones; this is why social networking is preferable by many. These networks not only allow communication between friends, but allow you to meet new people. Similarities and common friends can create new bonds. This allows one's social circle to expand. (PC Magazine online 2 says) "If you ask around how people think social networking affects them, many will say that they, Have an expanded circle of social connections, and stay in touch more". These networks are becoming the modern way to make friends. These new friends communicate through these networks.With the constant use of these social technologies, less people are communicating in person. Many people are becoming more isolated due to the lack of personal interaction. It is becoming easier to go through life with less personal confrontations and conversations. Many people are becoming used to only conversing...

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