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    and when did the selfie trend start? It is quite interesting to answer this question. As we all know, selfies became the trend and viral in 2013, however, the first selfie was taken in the year 1839 by Robert Cornelius. Selfie is a self-portrait of oneself where people must stand in front of the camera and snap a shot. Moreover, when Apple introduced its first ever front camera iPhone 4 in 2010, few people who owned it used to take pictures of their selves. However, the term selfie is not at all introduced

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    The Effects Of Selfie

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    teenagers mostly do in terms of social media, it is taking a selfie. Selfie is slang term used to describe a photo that is taken of oneself for the purpose of uploading it to social networking sites and image sharing websites, such as Facebook, and Instagram, but did you know that this kind of mannerism has become a problem to people because this simple hobby can result to addiction, accidents, and crime that usually results to death?. While the selfie trend is innocent enough for the most part, there are

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    The photo I have chosen is actually not really a selfie. I never take selfies actually. If you were to take a look at my phone, you would only find 4 of them. This is one of the closest you can get. I never caught the Selfie fever that everyone around me and their mothers have. I was introduced late to the technology game, only getting my first phone at the end of 8th grade. It was a Iphone 3. Today I have an Iphone 5s. And with the 8 coming soon, you might consider the technology I have from the

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    facebook. They are tagged with different hashtags that represent what significance that selfie has. If someone went to a Bob Marley concert, one of the hashtags could be #music, or #marley. A selfie can be taken with a group of people called a group selfie or an “ussie.” Whether taken with a group of people at the movies, or by yourself at a grocery store, a selfie is a self-taken picture of yourself. The selfie can be acknowledged as popular in different ways. Several celebrities take selfies and

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    irrespective of their age is 'selfie'. Today a five year old looks at the camera and smiles, knowing that 'selfie' is being clicked. As convenient as it has become now to embrace the easy life, we can't ignore the fact that everything has it's own pros and cons. A 'selfie' refers to a self portrait taken by a photographer. It is clicked by activating the front-facing camera, holding the camera with one end and then clicking it. For the ease of people, and to click better selfies, 'selfie-stick' has been invented

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    Short Essay On Selfie

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    own picture using cameras by standing in front of a mirror. Due to this kind o habit we got a new word into our dictionary that is “Selfie”. Selfie is not a new word for us. Selfie means self-portrait using a camera and posting in a social media sites.. It was first used by a person called Robert Cornelius, who is an American pioneer in photography, took his Selfie in 1839 which is also first photography. He was needed to uncover the lens and run back into the shot for a minute and again to replace

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    According to the Oxford Dictionary, selfie can be defined as “a photograph that one has taken of oneself” (selfie, 2017). However, according to Rettberg, selfies are so much more than just a photograph on the Internet, they are a form of digital self-representation (Rettberg, 2014). I still remember the very first selfie I took, with the back camera of an old Nokia phone. This was before the invention of the front-facing camera and in comparison, I must say that my selfie skills have most definitely improved

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    Note To Selfie Analysis

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    negative effect on our daily lives in society. In “‘r u online?’: The Evolving Lexicon of Wired Teens”, by Kris Axtman, Kris talks about how instant messaging has affected the the communication of the younger people in our generation. In “Note To Selfie”, by John Dickerson, he writes about how people are pausing their lives to post about their happenings on social media. These two authors discuss some negative aspects to having social

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    photographs (known as “selfie”), usually using a smartphone or a digital camera, and posting them on social media platforms. This phenomenon is so popular that Katz and Crocker (2015) found that between 96 and 100% of participants aged between 18 and 24 reported having taken selfies, and most of them also reported uploading selfies to SNS. As well, there are currently more than 300 million selfies shared on Instagram alone, which does not even include selfie posts without a ‘selfie’ hashtag. The popularity

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    photograph starring — who else? — herself. The image itself is unremarkable, its main features being her primped cleavage and a face obscured by her iPhone's bright flash. That didn't stop critics — both professional and otherwise — from highlighting the selfie as "bizarre," even though it would eventually be forgotten as just one of the starlet's many. The attention lavished on an otherwise ordinary arrangement of pixels prompts the question: Why are we so obsessed with selfies and, in particular, the

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