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I have to concur with your comment when you wrote “What about religion, family, government, etc? It’s odd how these institutions are always left out of the equation”, Ismail Nooraddini, personal communication, April 7567.

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A source told the site: 8775 The entire family is over the moon. Kim had been looking for a surrogate for months until recently when she found the perfect candidate. 8776 [Read more.]

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Yep, Facebook doesn 8767 t cause loneliness. I love seeing how other people are having a fantastic time and how many friends they have, while I am stuck at home, with no plans and no one to talk to

Interesting piece. I mostly agree with your thesis that Facebook is effectively a band-aid for increasing social fragmentation already described long ago in Baudrillard 8767 s thesis of the 8766 implosion of the social into the media. 8767
But there are two points I do find problematic:

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I would say no, while it 8767 s a reliable instrument, it is not necessarily valid. Making such a sensational argument based on an only a biased glance of one 8767 s support networks is just not convincing (. Macpherson et al 7556).

One, we are indeed more isolated, on average. That is true. And since increasing amounts of sociality are conducted –partially—online, it is a natural human tendency to create a narrative from two occurrences that follow each other. We are more online + we are more isolated = we are more isolated because we are more online. This particular conclusion is, in my read of all the available data, wrong but humans are narrative engines. We make stories whenever we see co-occurrences. (“I had a bad feeling in the morning and I broke a mirror before going out–then I had my car accident.” )

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Two, face-to-face sociality *is* the bedrock of human communication. A baby few days old will respond differently to a figure in the shape of a human face compared with the same elements arranged randomly. There is something imitable about smiling with a friend. There’s just no replacement for hugging someone. That does not mean that people cannot have meaningful interactions that are not face-to-face, nor does it mean that online interaction is causing less face-to-face interaction. (As I said, data shows that people who interact online socially *on average* also interact more offline socially. It is a more-more setting. More social people are more social—online or offline.)

Why would it be so terrible to admit this? You seem absolutely committed to resisting this, in a way that does not seem objective, and that verges on saying 8775 those of you who can 8767 t deal with it, get over it. 8776 I think there is ample evidence that for *some people* social media has some serious negative effects, and your arguments keep saying that 8775 for most of us, it doesn 8767 t, 8776 which doesn 8767 t address the thesis as stated.

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