9786202672375

The Role of Social Network in Marital Infidelity

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Summary:

The proliferation of new information technologies and communication devices has led to the formation of the virtual world alongside the real world; a world in which we think differently, write, read, communicate and generally a world in which we live differently; a world with no time and space constraints. We live in the age of networks, and in the last few decades alone billions of people have changed their lives creatively by using social media and connecting to the World Wide Web. We use virtual social networks to bring our friends and family closer, to reach our neighbors and all our students, to strengthen our market for products and services. Given the importance of balanced family functioning and the importance of preventing it from disintegrating, it is necessary to recognize the factors associated with marital satisfaction that underlies family life. It can be expected that with increasing marital satisfaction, many of the psychological, emotional and social problems of families and society as a whole will decrease. One of these factors, especially nowadays, is the extent to which people use social media.

Author:

Fariba Dortaj

Biographie:

I am an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Technology at the Kerman university of Payam Noor and I research in the field of distance learning and virtual networking.

Author:

Maryam Rajabiyan Dehzireh

Biographie:

Author:

Fattaneh Dortaj

Biographie:

Number of Pages:

124

Book language:

English

Published On:

2020-06-20

ISBN:

9786202672375

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

Social Network, marital infidelity, Web 2.0 Expansion Period, Internet boom period, Pre-Internet Period, Profile-oriented social network, Content-oriented social network, Multi-user virtual networks, Mobile social network, Thematic networks, McLuhan's theory, Public sphere theory, Howard Rhengold's Theory of Virtual Community, Idealist theory, Innovation Theory, Dependency Theory, theory of cultural imperialism, Targeted Internet Advertising, Communication deformation, lack of control, Lack of censorship

Product category:

SOCIAL SCIENCE / General