¶ … future of dating: What will dating look like in 2035?
Not so many years ago, the modern online environment of dating would have been incomprehensible: today, people can meet virtually, decide they have common interests and then arrange a meeting even if they have never met face-to-face and do not live in the same location. Some people merely meet online via message boards and other Internet sites not specifically designed to match up potential mates. Others gravitate specifically to online dating services. "Online dating sites…rely on algorithms, those often proprietary mathematical equations and processes which make it possible to perform computational feats beyond the reach of the naked brain" (Paumgarten 1). Online dating sites purport to take at least some of the guesswork out of conventional dating and thus make it easier to meet people. There are also services such as J-Date which specifically connect people who have a specific criteria for whom they date, such as Jewishness. Even if users do not fully believe in or trust in the formula, they hope it is a better way to meet a mate than simply hanging out at a bar or hoping someone nice and new simply 'turns up' in their circle of mutual acquaintances.
However, online matchmaking is not the only trend which has arisen in recent years. The increasingly compressed time schedules of people have contributed to the phenomenon of 'speed dating,' in which people rapidly meet one another for short, five-minute conversations. And perhaps the popularity...
Both women and men are less inclined to marry their high school or even their college sweethearts than in the past. Even if they have done so, the availability of divorce makes the need to find someone later in life more common than in the past Biological anthropologist Helen Fisher "identified two big social trends that have led to a greater reliance on online dating: an aging population, and women around the world entering the workforce, marrying later, divorcing more, moving from place to place" (Paumgarten 1).
The lack of time generated by increased work hours and more compressed schedules due to commuting, children's activities, and also adult's own hobbies means that online dating and the…
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6. According to the World Systems Theory which position does the country of Haiti hold in that model? Using this theory, describe one interaction between Haiti and a country in a different position. How did the January 2010 earthquake come into play? According to the World Systems Theory, the position that the country of Haiti holds is that of a periphery nation. This means that they not only have a weak economy,
Future of the Internet There are certain events and inventions that are bound to change the world and how we see it forever. The internet is for sure one of those inventions that finds itself in this prestigious list of inventions, right along with the Wheel and the theory of Gravity. The way Internet has impacted our lives it can only be described as phenomenal; its impact has been felt on
Conclusion Since very little research has yet been done for the online community, the study will be simplified by discussing the aspects of fidelity in an online environment for the sake of direct outreach. The methodology of the study combines with the literature about human interaction to provide a new insight into the role of Internet-based interactions in the modern day. The fieldwork, careful analysis, and interaction with the surveyed users
I cannot even imagine what will evolve in the next few decades, but I know that the advances will be awesome. I hope that we use them to make our lives better and to be more creative, and I hope we do not allow them to take over even more of our lives and draw us apart from each other. I think that technology like the Wii and other
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