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How has the internet changed relationships between people?

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Started: 4/25/2013 Category: Technology
Updated: 4 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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aidana.sotsialova

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Online communities have become a form of communication between people who know each other in real life and help us to find new friends, and also a way of meeting people that we know only on line. Today relationships have a lot of meaning. Relationship can be between parent and child, friends, relatives, neighborhoods and people who work together, who has own business [1]. Nowadays it might seem like a hasty generalization, but all people use social software, including text-based chat rooms and forums. They use it to know all information about friends lives; they can easily visit their account and connect. I wanted to find the answers to some simple questions - just how usually do people use special programs such as Facebook and Skype, how this affects them culturally and economically? Then, how has online shopping changed relationships, what are the advantages of social networks.
upyours

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internet makes it so that you cannot talk face to face, which reduces relationships. and btw, debate topics are supposed to be a statement, not a question. so this means i have won this debate.
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Posted by William.Burnham 4 years ago
William.Burnham
Usually a debate is more of a "I agree/disagree" thing, not a question. I'd be willing to debate this with you if you could clarify alittle:

1. The question seems to be "has technology shaped our social lives in a positive way?" Is this correct?
2. Are you going to argue for or against technologically augmented relationships?
Posted by Dann 4 years ago
Dann
It's not really a debate, is it?
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