Pāʻina pilikanaka a me ka hauʻoli

I ka makahiki i hala, ua kākau wau i kahi pou Hiki i ka nohona media ke hoʻōla i ke kaumaha?. Me he mea hiki nō! I kēia lā wau hauʻoli ke hoa aloha maikaʻi a Ke kūʻai aku kelepona ʻo Indianapolis Ua hoʻouna mai ʻo Guru Adam Small iaʻu i kēia loulou:

Hoʻopili ka hauʻoli i nā pūnaewele kaiaulu. ʻO kahi hua'ōlelo:
ka pomaikai

Hōʻike kahi noiʻi hou ma kahi pūnaewele kaiaulu, hoʻolaha ka hauʻoli ma waena o ka poʻe a ʻekolu mau kekelē i hoʻoneʻe ʻia mai kekahi i kekahi. ʻO ia ka manaʻo ke hauʻoli ʻoe, ʻo kahi hoaaloha o kahi hoaaloha o kahi hoaaloha he ʻano kiʻekiʻe aʻe paha kona e hauʻoli pū kekahi.

Hoʻohui hou:

Ua ʻike lākou i ka wā e haʻalele ai kekahi i ka [puhi paka ʻana], ʻo ka likelike o kahi hoaaloha e haʻalele i ka puhi paka ʻana he 36 pākēneka. Eia kekahi, ʻo nā huhui o ka poʻe ʻike ʻole paha kekahi i kekahi i haʻalele i ka puhaka ʻana i ka manawa like, ua hōʻike nā mea kākau i kahi nūhou ʻo New England Journal of Medicine i Mei.

Hoʻopili pū ka pilina pilikanaka i ka momona. Ua hoʻonui ʻia ka likelika o ke kanaka e lilo i ka momona e 57 pakeneka inā he hoa kāna i lilo i ke kino i loko o kahi manawa i hāʻawi ʻia, ua hōʻike ʻo Fowler lāua ʻo Christakis i kahi pepa i ka New England Journal of Medicine i Iulai 2007.

ʻO kēia kahi ala ikaika i hoʻomaka wale mākou e ʻike a leverage ma ke ʻano he poʻe kālepa. He mea nui ia e ʻike ai i kēia hopena ke hoʻomau nei ʻoe e hoʻomohala i kāu mau hoʻolālā pūnaewele. No ka heluhelu hou ʻana e pili ana i ka hoʻololi ʻana o nā mea kūʻai i kā lākou lawena ma o ka pāpili kaiaulu, makemake nui wau iā Razorfish's Consumer Marketing Experience Report no 2008.

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    I don’t think the study was about MySpace friends, LOL. A “social network” for the purpose of the study consisted of people who know people who know people, Barbra Streisand included.

    Random acts of kindness perpetrated online may have a similar effect, though.

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    I can see where the study is correct and how social media can make people more happy. Of course it’s based on the small sample scale used. But can it also have the adverse affect? just playing devils advocate, but social media can create the sense of “friends” when in reality they are not. People can take them too serious and hit the cellar floor when they realize these relationships and connections are strictly online, and not a real true friendship.

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