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Why social networking life destoryed our personal life

By healthremedy96 ·
“Digital media may promote the expression of outrage by magnifying its triggers, reducing its personal costs and amplifying its personal benefits,” Crockett wrote. At the same time, she continued, digital media may reduce moral outrage’s benefits for society by “reducing the likelihood that norm-enforcing messages reach their targets” and possibly by imposing “new social costs by increasing polarization.” Until we find solutions, our moral emotions will remain subject to monetized technological forces that nobody fully understands. What an outrage
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I thought it was the pandemic.

by rproffitt Moderator In reply to Why social networking lif ...

I was waiting for the Xi variant but all we got was Omicron.

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destoryed our personal life

by socialmmservices In reply to Why social networking lif ...

There's bad news for those self-proclaimed social media "addicts": multiple studies from the last year show that too much time spent on your favorite platforms can make you depressed and less satisfied with life. It starts early, too; even young teens report negative effects from social media obsession.

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