Social effects of online dating
For instance, a person shares that they love to fish and hunt, but their body odor and dirty nails give off the impression that they do not practice proper hygiene.
So once a person decides to join a dating pond they have to—in some cases—apply to be a part of that pond, or if there is no application they simply have to fill out a profile in which they discuss the finer intricacies of their personalities, physical attractiveness, fears, hopes, and dreams for the future, which is no simple task.
Also one need to pay sharp attention to the subtle cues they are “giving off” through their unconscious behaviors.Now, 1 out of every 5 couples has met on the Internet.But how is it that dating sites, now more than ever, are succeeding? The surveys and profiles that each person who joins a dating pond has to fill out are terribly significant because these surveys and profiles are what make or break dates.First and foremost social media, especially the Internet, is about people because people support, fund, and perpetuate the Internet and its mind-blowing omnipresence.In the Journal of Computer-mediated Communication there was a case study that was done, its purpose was to study and note the process of self-presentation on dating sites.