Social media has altered our traditional forms of communication. I believe this because some
People have become closer using this new form of communication. I have a fiancé name Aaron Clayton. We use to go to high school together I was a freshmen, and he was a senior who barely came to school. Even though we went to the same school we never said a word to each other. One reason was because I was a freshmen, and the other reason was because he didn’t come to school. One day I was scrolling on my Facebook page and I looked at my friends request and he was under people you may know. So I added him as a friend and when I went on his page I found out he had a birthday a couple days ago. So I wished him happy b-late birthday. Even since then we talked all day just sitting at the computer every night.
In Aston Kutchers article “Has Texting Killed Romance?” he quoted “Multiple studies have shown that the average man uses about half as many words per day as women, thus text messaging. It eliminates hellos and goodbyes and cuts right to the chase.” (Kutcher, Ashton. "Has Texting Kilhs articl led Romance?" American Now. 2010. (Paragraph 5) I agree and also disagree because there some people who still text there loves one good morning or hello how are you? I disagree with this because I think women talk more than man. I also agree with this article, and he quoted “the reality is that we communicate with every part of our being, and there are times when we must use it all. When someone needs us, he or she needs all of us. There's no text that can replace a loving touch when someone we love is hurting.” ((Kutcher, Ashton. "Has Texting Kills article led Romance?" American Now. 2010.( Paragraph 7) I agree with this because I really do think that you can’t hold anyone from a long distance. So you need to hold them and love them when they are hurting.
In the article Electronic Intimacy By Christine Rosen. She quoted “As much as I rely on modern...