How Technology Is Changing the Dating Cultureand
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Love and dating after the Tinder revolution
This article focuses on how technology has changed dating. relationships) but also in terms the scale we seek validation, (the expectation and normalization of .
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Ever since I was 12, I have had a piece of technology glued to my hip. At that time, and even now, people still find themselves glued to their phones and laptops. The adoption of technology has changed the way we interact with others in our society, but more importantly, it has changed dating. The popularity of smartphones and social media allows us to get to know someone before meeting them, which means we are more quick to judge a person before getting to know them. Additionally, dating apps give people an easier and quicker way to find a partner, in which you judge them based on their looks and biographies to see if they would be a good match. Today, single people are more likely to download Tinder than go on a blind date, because 'what if it's awkward? About 40 years ago, my parents met on a double-blind date, in which they had mutual friends who introduced them.
We all know that technology has had a huge impact on our lives—in all aspects. Dating has never been easy, and the addition of technology in our lives has both helped and hindered the dating world. With the ease of our access to technology there is social media, text messaging, video calling, and everything in between. Technology has changed the way we communicate we one another. Though these additions to our lives have their benefits, it also means we are exposed to thousands of people we would not have known otherwise. Maybe you view this as a positive and maybe you view it as a negative, but regardless, technology has added a lot more people into our lives.