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Title: SNSは人間関係を変えたのか?
Other Titles: Did SNS change human relations?
Authors: 正木, 大貴
Keywords: SNS
human relations
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2019
Publisher: 京都女子大学
Abstract: The SNS has made a quantum leap of progress, the possibility of connecting people with others has spread. At the same time, we were also faced with difficulties in communication. The purpose of this paper is to clarify how the evolution of SNS and the way of human relations are affected. SNS is also used to maintain existing human relationships in addition to connecting with new people. Unlike a real human relationship, SNS is because we can communicate comfortably without being deeply involved with other parties. Nowadays, a superficial human relationship that avoids the risk of injuring or being hurt the opponent is required. This kind of “safe” relationship has advantages and disadvantages, and SNS has minimized its disadvantages. Because the negative side of SNS is not a strong connection, it is a point that it is necessary to obtain approval over and over again. Since “Like” function complements it, we can recognize each other by exchanging, so to speak, “light” approval. In addition, this “light” approval such as SNS has an influence on the diversified present interpersonal relationship. The “diversity” that we now acknowledge is not something that has been achieved in a deep understanding of each other, but also allows others to feel recognized.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/2855
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