Even if you are not involved in the internet environment, you may have seen that many times, there are hararedollarsi discussions, curses and insults are flying in the air. Normally, the aggressive people in these discussions are not as aggressive in their normal lives as they are in these discussions. thanks to distance and the possibility of being anonymous they were thought to be so relaxed.
Now a study has in online discussions that people who are aggressive are also aggressive in their normal lives. laid out. In this context, the internet does not offer them a free space to be themselves; he just hands them a megaphone so they can express themselves better.
Anyone can see the high blood pressure discussions on the internet, but not everyone can see it offline:
American Political Science Review, behavioral-based methods and ankedollarser were used. Having different social structures in every way America and Denmark why people compare the online environment to offline interaction. more hostile aimed to find what you see.
People who get along quite well in face-to-face interaction get dirty online. that there is an opposite effect researchers opposed to the defending hypothesis, the reflection of the behavior in the online environment of the person in normal life. In this context, it turned out that people who are quiet in their normal lives are not very interested in political discussions in the online environment.
Alexander Bor from Aarhus University said there are multiple triggers to get angry online. In this context, the person discussed not seeing your face and of fast paced communication stated that it may lead to misunderstandings.
According to the charts shared by Bor, the level of aggression online and offline more or less the same is progressing at a rate.
from the same university Michael Bang Petersen, on the other hand, explains the reason why the internet world is seen as hostile, because of the discussions in question. visibility is connecting. In this context, Petersen argues that although people are not personally targeted online or offline, the internet public structure, he says, thanks to which he can easily see those who disturb other people.
As a result, Petersen says that everyone can see the troll made by only 1 person online, but because it will not be as visible in the offline environment, people see the internet as hostile. Anyone can see it when on the Internet, in normal life it’s probably just several people.