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3 points that I have come up with so far 1)The use of online dating sites and apps does makes it easier than ever to find partners and reduces the needed number of occasions to meet in-person, but it hurts us as a whole because people tend to use it as a crutch as opposed to a tool (technological dependence) when it comes to communicating with potential partners.
2)It makes dating almost superficial, game-like in a way, so the communication between the people on the sites is almost unreal, and sets up a habit to communicate in a ways that simply isn’t feasible in the real world.
(I will be incorporating our class reading “How to Win Tinder” for this point) 3)Some sites (such as Tinder) are turning dating into a communication platform that encourages users to “shop” for their dates and making communication between them change to about hooking-up and who’s attractive, as opposed to compatibility and interests-style of communication that is what exists and what is ultimately the most important aspects to dating and communicating in the real world So far I have concluded that I will be using a source we read in my English class called “How to Win Tinder” by Alicia Eler and Eve Peyser.
It talks about how Tinder (Online Dating app) has made dating into a game of hooking-up, taking the reality of dating out of the game and is giving dating a bad name by destroying the idea of what dating truly means, which is to find a deep connection with the one you are with and to develop the relationship with that person.
This is an Article from Santa Clara University in California.
It talks about how online dating sites (like Tinder) are changing dating culture by talking about the impact of interpersonal communication skills, impact on personal safety and privacy for users, encountering dishonest profiles, and some other potential problems users face on dating sites.
I was either too broad or could finish off with clear definitions of the problems.Although all these terms can include interpersonal skills, they tend to be broader and may therefore also refer to other types of skills.Many people also use the term communication skills for interpersonal skills, but interpersonal skills covers more, including decision-making and problem-solving, plus working in a group or team and emotional intelligence.I’m still cruising around the University at Buffalo library’s collection of databases to find sound sources.I’m especially excited with the research pitch tomorrow to get feedback from my peers as to what I can do to enhance my research in this topic that many of us can relate to.