Body-language and nonverbal communication

Communicating food and meals by photos in web 2.0 (part 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Communicating food and meals by photos in web 2.0 (part 2)

Perhaps you remember what I posted yesterday on communicating food and meals via web 2.0. Here you will find more aspects:

 

  •  if you also show your friends dining together with you, that you are socially well accepted, and that you are insofar successful.
  • Relating this to the change in family structure at least in Germany you can see that families in Germany get smaller and the dining tables grow bigger.
  • If people comment this in social media with „LIKE“ they ………..understand your intention, they also can participate a little, even if they were not invited to your wonderful dinner. They also show that they know about the character of enactment of this in modern times.
  • Some social groups talk about cars to contribute to a special higher social self-esteem and social differences. Others do this via showing their special, individually cooked and served meals. This also can be done by talking about the very different ingredients which you used. Did I use oil, or olive oil, or native olive oil and so on?
  • If you do so, you also express your life style and that you are familiar with communication this and the herewith connected (social, cultural and personal) differences. And of course the fact that you are able to communicate about these things.
  • The study also points out, that people more often present how they want to be, rather than how they are.

 

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