Year 2020, Volume 10 , Issue 2, Pages 425 - 445 2020-12-31

Reflection of Social Media Addiction on Family Communication Processes
Aile İletişim Süreçlerinde Sosyal Medya Bağımlılığının Yansımaları

Şebnem GÜRSOY ULUSOY [1] , Özge GÜRSOY ATAR [2]


Social media has become a source that people frequently use to express themselves
today. Especially recently, social media applications, which are actively used, have
become an area where people can post their own lives. People can share themselves
and their lives with all mass of followers. It is seen that many people share their
family living intensely on social media. A common question raises at this point.
Do the posts really describe the events happening at that moment? How often do
people who have good intra-family communication processes and regularly spend
time with their families use social media? In addition, do people who experience
disruptions in family communication processes share on social media more intense
and unreal events or old pictures and videos? Do people with good communication
in the family or do people with low family communication use social media more
intensively? The aim of this study is to reveal the relationship between social media
addiction and family communication. Whether social media addiction causes impairment
in family communication processes was examined.
Sosyal medya günümüzde insanların kendilerini ifade etmekte sıklıkla başvurdukları
bir kaynak haline gelmiş bulunmaktadır. Özellikle son dönemde aktif olarak kullanılan
sosyal medya uygulamaları insanların özel hayatlarını afişe edecekleri bir alan haline
gelmiştir. İnsanlar kendilerini ve yaşamlarını bütün takipçi kitleleriyle paylaşabilmektedir.
Özellikle birçok kişinin sosyal medyada ailelerini de yoğunlukla paylaştıkları görülmektedir.
Burada temel bir soru ortaya çıkmaktadır: Yapılan paylaşımlar gerçekten
o an yaşanan olayları mı anlatmaktadır? Özellikle aile içi iletişim süreçleri iyi olan ve
düzenli olarak ailelerine vakit ayıran kişiler sosyal medyayı ne kadar sıklıkla kullanmaktadır?
Ayrıca aile içi iletişim süreçlerinde aksamalar yaşayan kişiler sosyal medyada
yaptıkları paylaşımlar daha yoğun ve gerçekte olmayan olayları veya eski resim
ve videoları güncel gibi paylaşmakta mıdır? Aile içi iletişimi iyi olan kişiler mi yoksa
aile içi iletişimi düşük olan kişiler mi daha yoğun sosyal medya kullanmaktadır? Araştırmada
sosyal medya bağımlılığı ile aile içi iletişimin ilişkisinin ortaya çıkartılması
amaçlanmıştır. Sosyal medya bağımlılığının aile içi iletişim süreçlerinde bozulmayan
eden olup olmadığı incelenmiştir.
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Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Şebnem GÜRSOY ULUSOY (Primary Author)
Institution: İSTANBUL GELİŞİM ÜNİVERSİTESİ, UYGULAMALI BİLİMLER YÜKSEKOKULU, MEDYA VE İLETİŞİM BÖLÜMÜ
Country: Turkey


Author: Özge GÜRSOY ATAR
Institution: BEYKENT UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : December 31, 2020

APA Gürsoy Ulusoy, Ş , Gürsoy Atar, Ö . (2020). Reflection of Social Media Addiction on Family Communication Processes . Adam Akademi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 10 (2) , 425-445 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/adamakademi/issue/59367/701858