The Most Disillusioned Group of Social Media Users? Millennials.

While self reports concerning the positive influence of social media on relationships can be as contradictory as the research, there does appear to be a slow but steady downward trend among Millennials.

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Is social media alienating us from one another or does technology strengthen our relationships? Because the evidence is contradictory, the debate rages on.

Media and communication studies often conclude that there are positive links between technology and our social lives whereas social science research might find negative correlations.

In a recent survey of 12,000 adults, Intel Labs found that 61 percent of young adults think technology is dehumanizing. The research indicates that Millennials are technology’s most unenthusiastic cheerleaders.

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