Being a fanatic of any unparticular celebrity you may want to know them inside and out. The best thing would be the chance to meet them or even potentially talk to them. Celebrities utilize social media websites causing their fans to feel “like they ‘know’ them through their tweets [and Facebook updates], and they feel more connected and significant to their favorite celebs”(“So Many Celebrities” 1). When celebrities make their fans feel this way, the celebrity becomes more likable and down to earth. Being viewed this way by the general public causes celebrities to seem closer to a “real” person.
Social media like Twitter and Facebook allow celebrities to inform fans about upcoming events, albums, tour... ... middle of paper ... ...at everyone is entitled to the protection of the law, even the publicity seeking celebrities. However, in society's eyes celebrities are not viewed as ordinary people. Source F states that “Although private individuals can usually claim the right to be left alone, that right is not absolute. For example, if a person who is normally not considered a public figure is thrust into the spotlight because of her participation in a newsworthy even, her claims of a right to privacy may be limited.” Since celebrities chose a career that they knew would put them in the constant way of the spotlight, they constantly use media to their advantage and to influence behavior onto our youth’s minds and attitudes they should not be entitled to privacy. “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety” (Benjamin Franklin).
That they are a detriment to “real life” social relationships. But these platforms are more than just entertaining gateways. They have a deeper impact on our society than some are willing to admit. Just like everything in life, they have their pros and cons, but the benefits of social media far outweighs the later. Research show that social media does more good than bad for society, because it spreads information faster than any other media, sparks political change, and helps socially isolated people to connect with others.
Brandeis co-wrote an article titled, “The Right To Privacy.” Warren and Brandeis were partners in law, and they wrote this article on the basis, they feared that this modern technology, the camera, would invade individuals’ privacy. They clarify their goals to, "It is our purpose to consider whether the existing law affords a principle which can properly be invoked to protect the privacy of the individual; and, if it does, what the nature and extent of such protection is” (Warren). Included in their article, they states that privacy rights should protect both businesses and private individuals. Items such as diaries, personal photographs, and letters also deserve to have discretion and not everyone should have access to them. In the United States, the phrase “invasion of privacy” is a term often used in legal proceedings.
What these people should realize is that social media causes way more good than harm, and the little harm that social media does cause can easily be avoided. Despite people's mislead opinion of social media, more people should support the use of social media by both adults and the youth for its many benefits. Instead of focusing so much on the negatives of social media, people should spend more time acknowledging the positives and upsides. Social media has brought together family members, old friends, and built many strong relationships and friendships.Thanks to Facebook I myself have been united with family members I had not even seen or spent time with in many years. Besides bringing people together, social medias also make the process of hiring workers and accepting students easier and faster.
In the past, the tourists were usually more influenced by the comments and opinions of friends and relatives; however, social media is taking place nowadays. The impact of social media tools for travelers and hoteliers has been paid highly attention since the presence of TripAdvisor. Because of the development of technology, social media has been widely adopted by travelers to search, plan, organize and share their travel stories and experiences by using the tools like Twitter, Facebook, TripAdvisor, YouTube and some other social network sites. According to Lin, Jones, Westood, Reza and Samiei, “the rise of social media is because travel products are intangible goods and involve complex decisions associated with high costs, they are considered
Chat shows are not just popular with the public but also with the celebrities. It is a great way of advertising themselves if they have a new film or book out for instance. Another example is if they have had a lot of bad press recently, maybe over a crime they have committed. The celebrity may appear on a popular chat show to win back the sympathy and popularity of the public. Chat shows are sometimes confused with talk shows but are very different in the style they are run.
With that, we are able to see how social media is affecting the way that people communicate because they are becoming too dependent on the media. Online dating is pushing its way toward the top in society today, but people are not seeing the problem with it. When you make an online dating profile, you are able to be anybody that you want. You can alter characteristics about yourself regarding things such as height, weight, and more. You are also able to deceive people, whether it is on age, appearance, name, and you could even steal someone's identity and pretend to be someone you’re not.
Despite the popularity of celebrity politics, the political process is not exclusively relegated to celebrities, and no one is forced to agree with an endorser’s opinion. Perhaps this, then, is the real issue. Clearly, from the standpoint of the advocacy organizations themselves, celebrities are beneficial as activists in today’s culture. They are the perfect spokespeople to maneuver through such an entertainment-driven society and political arena. They raise money and awareness that many aid organizations would not otherwise receive.