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They’re too wound up in social media.” Then the professor’s voice says “Dating here has a sort of of broad, uncertain, ambiguous definition.” Welcome to ‘The Dating Project‘, a film about life in America for young people hiding their insecurities and longings, emotions and hopes tangled up with ambitions and the need to succeed professionally, at a still tender age when they need direction and formation.It was inspired by Boston College Professor Kerry Cronin, who discovered that college students were enmeshed in the hookup culture, unhappy but unaware of any way out of it to form relationships with peers they might find interesting. “And that’s when I realized that dating was a social script that’s no longer being supported by our culture”, said Cronin.” Have a few questions ready to start a conversation.
" Otherwise-rational people faced with uncertainty about what the New Media is actually like decide that, just to be safe, or to grab some attention, they should go with the most inflammatory, headline-grabbing description they can come up with.People taking up professions in the media industry as a career and most of the people involved today don't have a full grasp on what the Internet is, so when the assumption is that It's a Small Net After All, all of a sudden every little instance of graphic pornography or 4chan vandalism ends up speaking for the Internet as a whole.New Media Are Evil decreases a great deal once the industry and society have adjusted to major technological advances and sees them as the norm.The opposite usually ends with Old Media Playing Catch-Up.The inversion of this trope, when new media develop a similar attitude toward the old boys' club, is Old Media Are Evil. "The hi-tech campaign to relocate books to Google and replace books with Kindles is, in its essence, a deportation of the literary culture to a kind of easily monitored concentration camp of ideas, where every examination of a text leaves behind a trail, a record, so that curiosity is also tinged with a sense of disquieting fear that some day someone in authority will know that one had read a particular book or essay.
This is Older Than They Think, as you can see from the very first examples.