more and more people upload pictures of doing good deeds to the applications for flirting and get better results. We wonder if this questionable tactic serves for something
Instagram is a challenge visual just open the application: photo-pass filter, a breakfast of avocado in coffee houses, fancy and morritos and muscles to mirrors that are reminiscent of paintings of Pollock. The social network opened the era of postureo, travel idyllic and happiness impostada.
at The same time, the link changed forever with the emergence of Tinder that made it easier to chat with every person with whom you did match. It was only a matter of time that postureo buenrollista and bind join.
Humanitarians of Tinder takes four years of collecting daily photos of random users of the application. Their point in common: all of them, men or women, show on their profiles what good people they are. As if they were influencers handing out sunglasses in Africa, the single upload to the social network photos with children of villages in africa, well so affectionate, good, with class classrooms are crowded,... But what is gold all that it seems?
"On Tinder, Facebook and other social networks is not that they lie as much as they could lie in a nightclub," says the professor of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya and sociologist of the emotions, Francesc Núñez. "Everyone has versions of one same to be sold when league," he says.
For Núñez, this show of solidarity in the pages of flirting has a lot to do with one of the terms of fashion: the posverdad. "One of the main characteristics of the social networks is that you can edit the image: organize it, wear it well and post it. Edit that sample it gives room for action...", explains the professor, in a telephone conversation with Paper. "At these web sites and applications looking girl to fuck are generated fictions, posverdad. Is not so much lying as in that you believe your own propaganda".
The word key in these social networks is "selling": the relationships and people are understood as if they were products in the great market of the flesh: "We are aware that we are goods, we are going to buy, so there is that to be sold," says the sociologist. Although without falling into the lie. If the resource is to ligotear at a time, and instrumental (as would happen in a nightclub), then the falsehood can be understandable, while for a long-term relationship is the premium the trust.
On the Facebook web page we can see some of the catches of these profiles of Tinder. One of them, the profile of a blue helmet of the United Nations giving drink to a child and the comments leave no room doubt: "I Am shocked", "What the hell?", etc., The strategy would open the hearts may not be as effective as it may seem.
This resource to "beautify the history" or show us in a way more favorable is not exclusive to millenials or the new generations of native digital.
"For them it is more natural, it is something taken for granted," explains professor Nunez. "However, older people, those who are not around forever, they adopt some similar practices, although they live with more contradictions, and its success depends on its adaptive capacity".
As if it were a photo of the delicious dish you're about to upload to your account of Instagram, the profiles of this type of networks are built as a showcase of the best part of ourselves, well with photos cookies with a dog, in the gym or building a well in Africa. All worth if in the end you like.
According to the criteria ofLearn more Updated Date: 29 November 2018, 20:00