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트위터 열풍 - 허영심을 채워주는 도구

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'허영검색'이란 말이 한 때 유행하기도 했는데요. 자기 중심적인 사고의 다른 말입니다. 검색을 통해 자신이 얼마나 어떤 식으로 노출되고 있는지를 알아보는 허영검색은 '자기검색'과는 조금 다른 의미를 갖습니다.

자기만족에 그치는 나르시시즘이나 소규모 인맥에 의존하는 커뮤니티 성향이 아닌 사회적인 자아에 대한 관심이기 때문입니다. 즉, 자신이 사회에서 어떻게 비쳐지는가, 자신이 모르는 다른 사람에게 어떤 모습으로 알려져 있는가, 자신의 사회 안에서의 역할은 어떻게 평가받는가에 대한 궁금증을 해소하기 위한 검색이 바로 허영검색인 것입니다.

여기에 '소셜허영'이란 단어를 조합해봅니다. 블로그를 하는 사람들은 방문자, 댓글, 트랙백에 민감한 반응을 보이는데 이는 곧 허영검색에서 자신의 이름이나 블로그가 얼마나 등장하는지를 세어보는 것처럼 자신의 사회적인 위치를 가늠할 수 있는 절대 수치이기 때문입니다.

또한 이후에는 구독자 확보에 더욱 신경을 쓰게 되는데 이는 일반인이 경험하게 되는 사회적 인물의 영역 체험이기 때문입니다. 마치 구독자를 자신의 팬과 같이 느끼고 감정을 이입시키는 것이죠.

 

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[사실기사] 나르키소스의 신화

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이야기 하나.

 

옛날에 나르키소스라는 이름의 아름다운 청년이 있었습니다. 그의 용모에 반한 처녀들과 요정들이 그에게 구애하였으나 그는 거들떠 보지도 않았습니다.

 

그 중 숲과 샘의 요정인 에코도 있었는데, 에코는 헤라로부터 귀로 들은 마지막 음절만 되풀이하고 말은 할 수 없는 형벌을 받아 나르키소스에게 사랑의 마음을 전할 수가 없었습니다. 결국 에코는 나르키소스로부터 무시당하자 실의에 빠져 여위어 가다가 형체는 사라지고 메아리(echo)만 남게 되었습니다.

 

 나르키소스에게 사랑을 거절당한 이들 가운데 한 요정이 나르키소스 역시 똑같은 사랑의 고통을 겪게 해 달라고 빌자 복수의 여신 네메시스가 이를 들어 주었습니다. 

 

 헬리콘산에서 사냥을 하던 나르키소스는 목이 말라 샘으로 다가갔다가 물에 비친 자신의 아름다운 모습을 사랑하게 되어 한 발짝도 떠나지 못하고 샘만 들여다보다가 마침내 탈진하여 죽어버렸습니다. 

 

그가 죽은 자리에는 시신 대신 한송이 꽃이 피어났는데, 그의 이름을 따서 나르키소스(수선화)라고 부르게 되었습니다.

 

 

이야기 둘.(위키백과 버전)

 

 

나르키소스(Νάρκισσος, Narcissus), 나르시스 또는 나르시시스는 그리스 신화의 등장 인물이다. 오비디우스의 《변신이야기》 등에 등장한다. 나르키소소라는 낱말은 "잠(sleep) 또는 무감각(numbness)"을 의미하는 나르케(ναρκη, narke)에서 유래하였을 가능성이 크다.


파우사니아스의 《그리스 이야기》에 나오는 내용은 교훈적인 내용으로, 더 고대 신화에 가깝다. 이에 따르면 아메이니아스라는 청년이 나르키소스를 사랑하였지만 나르키소스는 그에게 매정하게 대했다. 한번은 나르키소스가 아메이니아스에게 칼을 선물했는데, 아메이니아스는 나르키소스의 집 앞에서 그 칼로 자살하면서 나르키소스가 짝사랑의 고통을 알게 되길 네메시스에게 빌었다.


뒷날 나르키소스는 연못에 비친 자신의 모습을 사랑하게 됐는데, 입맞춤을 하려 하다가 물에 빠져 죽게 되었다. 그가 죽은 자리에서 꽃이 피어났다.

 

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내파에 대한 해결책?!

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인터넷의 발달과 휴대용 정보통신기기가 보급되면서 하루에 접하는 정보의 양이 늘어가고 있다. 그 많은 정보 중에서 무엇을 보고 무엇을 받아들일지 결정하는 중요한 역할을 바로 뇌가 한다. 접하는 정보의 양이 많으면 많을수록 그만큼 뇌는 혹사당하는 것이다.
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Number of Facebook friends linked to narcissism, says study - CBS News

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The GuardianNumber of Facebook friends linked to narcissism, says studyCBS News(Credit: AP Photo/Adrian Wyld) (CBS News) A recent study finds a new link between one's abundance of Facebook friends and narcissism.

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For the most part, the research supported the hypothesis that people with more Facebook friends tended to have narcissists tendencies.
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Narcissism Can Be Deadly

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Unhealthy narcissism leads to elevated stress hormone in men. 

 

Narcissists exist throughout society. Self-absorbed. Entitled. Lacking empathy. In mild forms, narcissism can help men succeed. More unhealthy forms can affect relationships and lead to aggression. Around one percent of the population suffers from narcissism severe enough to be classified as a personality disorder.


The effects that narcissists have on those around them are easily noticeable. Less clear, though, is the damage that they do to themselves. A new study of 106 undergraduate students in the U.S. shows that unhealthy narcissism in men is strongly related to higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol. This connection was 2.5 times greater than what was seen in women with the same type of personality


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Study: Heavy Facebook users are narcissistic - ConnectAmarillo.com powered by KVII

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Study: Heavy Facebook users are narcissisticConnectAmarillo.com powered by KVIIThe blog All Facebook reports the findings from a study called "Self-Presentation 2.0: Narcissism and Self-Esteem on Facebook," which investigated 100 Facebook users'...과도한페북사용은 나르시스트를만든닷


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Facebook Friends: Are You A Narcissist?

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Researchers have established a direct link between the number of friends you have on Facebook and the degree to which you are a "socially disruptive" narcissist.이거닷


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How To Deal With A Narcissist In Your Life - Protect yourself | How To Deal With A Narcissist

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Even if you have a difficult individual in your life who isn’t a textbook narcissist, you can learn from others’ experiences on how to deal with a narcissist.나르시스트로부터스스로를지키는법

 


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What Would the New Facebook Mean to Marshall McLuhan? Five Marketing Takeaways - Marketing HQ

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By Michael Davis CCO, imc2 The current communications climate is not new news.

 

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Browse through a great collection of psychological articles and Sigmund Freud theories on mental health disorders etc., at our daily updated psychology blog.나르시시즘 프로이트


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Narcissism and Facebook - Forbes

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The school I attended in Northern Ireland had five years compulsory study of Latin and French. Languages were not my strong suit. To my horror, I am once again facing the need to learn a new language – this time internet technology and social media. Worse yet, I have to learn it on the run.

Facebook feels to me like it’s getting out of control, given the amount of information being pushed out. I feel like I’m at a dinner party with someone trying to talk as much as possible, whether of importance or not. These are the dinner guests I try to avoid.

I like people to have a point of view, but not to dominate the airspace. Recent research (reported in The UK’s The Guardian) has confirmed my suspicion that social media is giving people who have inflated egos or high self-orientation a platform to perform.

This research suggests that if you have a plethora of Facebook friends, regularly update your status and accept requests from people you do not know – you may be a narcissist. Or, as Australians like to put it, up yourself.

The Guardian story, titled “Facebook’s Dark Side: Study Finds Link to Socially Aggressive Narcissism,” reports on a study conducted by researchers from Western Illinois University in the US and published in the Personality and Individual Differences journal. Three hundred participants answered a Narcissistic Personality Inventory questionnaire, with the findings suggesting a link between the number of Facebook friends a person has and amount of activity on the social networking site, and the likelihood of someone being a ‘socially disruptive’ narcissist.

Study author Chris Carpenter said, “People who have a heightened need to feel good about themselves will often turn to Facebook as a way to do so. Facebook gives those with narcissistic tendencies the opportunity to exploit the site to get the feedback they need and become the centre of attention.’

The study also found narcissists were more likely to take offence at derogatory comments about themselves and also changed their profile picture more often.

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This week one of Australia’s largest power companies has dumped its contract with EnergyWatch, whose CEO has quit over offensive comments on his Facebook page.

The CEO, Mr Polis, has apologized for his comments on Facebook, where he had a large following, saying they were “jokes between friends” and that they have been taken out of context. Even our Prime Minister Julia Gillard was drawn into the row, condemning Mr Polis’s remarks as “very nasty”.

This damage has happened because there is no way to divorce your public from your private persona when when you’re a highly visible CEO. And in the era of Facebook, the result can cause massive damage to your reputation.

My dilemma in learning this new language is to determine how much exposure is too much. I am clearly skeptical. On the flip side, I don’t want to miss anything, and appreciate that social media is not going away. I know it is a wonderful melting pot of sharing information including personal snippets.

I appreciate that I can always “change the channel” – but when there are so many channels, with so much narcissistic “content” ready to overwhelm me at every turn, am I wrong for wishing that the content providers could exert some self-control?

Maybe this jostling for space and time will go away once the novelty of the technology and language wears thin. And clearly there is an audience.

We all have to decide for ourselves as well, where a line is to be drawn. To identify ourselves with a point of view, a flavor, a brand – that is one thing. But publicly revealing ourselves as narcissists is quite another.

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Why social media tools are a must-have for physicians | healthcare technology

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Why social media tools are a must-have for physicians

 

With one-third or more of consumers using social media to obtain and share health information, physicians who don't use the technology risk getting left behind, according to several recent posts.

Orthopaedic surgeon Howard Luks and family physician Mark Ryan are particularly insistent--they say engaging on social media is a matter of professional survival. Without a digital presence, they say, physicians risk:

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losing patients who prefer online communication
missing opportunities to brand themselves as experts
not reaching potential new patients through social media channels
missing the chance to dispel health myths and clarify correct and appropriate health information
failing to hear what patients have to say about their health, healthcare in general and other topics that can influence how a physician practices medicine
passing up the opportunity to respond to negative reviews of their practices
"Establishing a digital footprint, rooted as a social media presence is about educating, engaging, growing your audience, improving outcomes, improving compliance and potentially improving the bottom line of your practice, Luks says in a blog post.

For physicians, "to ignore the intersection of healthcare and social media is to ignore your own potential relevance as a healthcare practitioner over the coming years," he warns.

If for no other reason, healthcare providers should engage with social media because it can be a critical tool for communicating with patients during a healthcare crisis, notes Mike Morrison, a media relations officer for a Boston-area hospital, in a Hospital Impact post. Twitter, Facebook and other tools provide communication channels physicians may desperately need to reach patients, explain an emergency situation or provide critical health information, he says.

Morrison notes that during the 2011 shooting at Virginia Commonwealth University the VCU administration used Twitter's 140-character format to publish important information on the shooter's whereabouts, appearance and movements, he explains. The same kind of information could be disseminated during a hospital crisis, such as a fire on the hospital campus, he adds.

Ryan, in his own blog post, agrees, noting that while he sees a serious need for more standards and guidelines for clinicians using social media, he still sees social media as a tool that "physicians...can use in positive, and useful ways."

Read more: Why social media tools are a must-have for physicians - FierceHealth

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자기애가 아니라 자신이 만들어낸 이미지와 자신을 혼동하여 자신의 이미지처럼 행동. 남들이 볼때는 속이는.

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Don't Blame Facebook for the Narcissism Epidemic : Discovery News | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it

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Millennials who exhibit high levels of narcissism don’t update their status more than anyone else.

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Narcissism and Facebook - Forbes

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Narcissists as Leaders

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Narcissists rise to the top because people mistake their confidence and authority for leadership qualities리더로써의 나르시스트


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Facebook Friends: Are You A Narcissist?

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The Narcissist Next Door | Psychology Today

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Grandiose and self-important, narcissists are everywhere.

 

And don't we know it! AS옆집에나르시시트가산다


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'Hot' and 'Cool' Social Media | Social Media Today

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Social media contributes to narcissism, study says - Red and Black | Internet Psychology

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Social media contributes to narcissism, study saysRed and BlackThe millenial generation has reached this new level of narcissism due to improvements to the internet and the creation of social media sites such as Facebook, according to research...
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Paranoia

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파라노이아(paranoia-멘붕(나르시시즘 내파)의끝 프로이트주장)Dicen las crónicas, que no las leyendas, que allá por el siglo XVII vivió un médico con aficiones a la poesía que al final de sus años creía que estaba hecho de mantequilla. Tanto apego le t...


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