"Shania, 21, dödskraschade – while his friends filmed."
"And hundreds have died in the selfieolyckor."
"Now, experts warn of riskhetsen in social media."
"I am worried – it is the strong driving forces we have to deal with," says psykologidoktorn Angela Ahola."
"the Night of the 28th of april ended, three young women partying in a dödstragedi – as they spread in social media."
"In short video clips posted on the app Snapchat, you could first see the australian Shania McNeill, 21, to drink and joke with friends Faeda Hunter and Hazel Wildman. In the postings dances Shania around on a toilet. Shortly afterwards sit all three in a car. Shania drinking alcohol at the wheel."
"Then it's off out on the roads in western Sydney. The young women sings with the music and screams loud while turning between the lanes. At the end of the post, you can hear the one holding the camera shouting. A car in the opposite direction of travel shines straight into Shanias Suzuki, who drive on the wrong side of the road."
"the Continued updates – from the hospital."
"the Vehicle crashed into a Nissan Micra and Shanias life could not be saved. The two men in the other car survived, just as Faeda and Hazel – who continued to update their followers. The friends put up a selfie on Snapchat from their hospital beds, the day after the dödskraschen."
"– It is so shameful that, if your friend just died at the hospital, who the hell takes a picture? Says Shanias ex-boyfriend Joel Bentley for the Daily Telegraph."
"– They had to cut her out of the car. It is not the right location to take selfies and post them on social media."
"Witnesses tell of how they had seen the car driving on the wrong side of the road, so close to other cars that they scraped against each other. Australian police are investigating whether Shania has had a ”chicken race” with other drivers – where she intentionally driving the cars passing by and waited with a swing away and regret it the entire spread online."
"– The weirdest thing with the movie is that her family and parents will now be forced to see it, " says vägpolischefen Michael Corbody to the Daily Mail."
"– the fact that It spread online, the fact that they now have to live with it, is really disturbing."
"Hundreds of dead in the selfieolyckor"
"the Month before, the 28-year-old australian Brenton Tarrant live their terrorist attacks in new zealand Christchurch, where 51 people died, in the social media. And, according to an indian study, published in the scientific journal Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, has at least 259 people in the world died when they tried to take a selfie."
"' Young people and tourists are affected most often because of a desire to seem cool when they post pictures on social media and rewarded with likes and comments,” the researchers write in the study, according to CNN."
"”One of the strongest driving forces”"
"Angela Ahola, doctor in psychology, with a focus on human behavior and relationships, believes that there is bekräftelsebehov that makes people take big risks and make extreme posts on social media is biological."
"– Man is a herd animal after all and we are framevolverade to want to connect with other conspecifics. It was always easier for us to survive by cooperation, when we could hunt in groups and protect each other's kids and so, " she says."
"– It explains a lot about our behaviors on social media – there are a few basic driving forces in man, and this is one of the strongest."
"Gives a ”warm, tickly feeling”"
"According to Angela Ahola, social media-dependent explained by the fact that we have substances in the brain that rewards the behaviors that humans, historically, survived by. The social interaction with others is one of them."
"– When we ”hang out” with each other on social media, when we post posts and get likes and comments and see many who look at our pictures, then give it a warm, tingling feeling in the body because it is excreted two central transmittorsubstanser – oxytocin and dopamine, " says Angela Ahola."
"– Oxytocin is secreted when we hang out with each other, when we trust each other, when we cuddled and hug. Then bathed our bodies in oxytocin, which also makes us more generous. Dopamine is associated with rewards and to want something and an expectation of reward. And the unpredictability of social media triggers this."
"peer Pressure is reinforced by the followers"
"the Hunting of these substances in the brain that produces good feelings in contact with other sheep according to Angela Ahola people to take greater risks in social media."
"– this event in Australia was the crazy, absurd, and terribly tragic, " she says."
"– To the drunk puts out movies from it, it is a thing. But the most magstarka and the toughest thing is when they put out a picture from the hospital. But there are strong driving forces we have to deal with when we're talking social media."
"According to Angela Ahola reinforces the feeling of peer pressure significantly when you know that there are hundreds or more who will also be able to take part of the post."
"– They think that ”everyone we know will see it here, it will spread and become a hot topic when they see that we are running so generally crazy and daring, we are full, we let go of everything and have fun,” she says."
"– Then retriggered the of the drunk and of each other, that she's running in a way so that she actually dies and they end up in the hospital."
"– Social media in combination with the fill becomes the pure dynamitburken."
"Angela Ahola is worried about how harmful our social media-depending become."
"– It is terrible that many of the accidents – the people who fall, people who drive a car,... A man who sits and keeps on with social media is on the level to be full when it comes to the risk of accident if you sit and run, " she says."
" I'm worried because I know that it impairs relationships, it impairs our consciousness and it's creating hazardous situations. None of these three stuff is all well and good, and there are certainly additional stuff with this that is bad. But I think and hope that it reverses."
"Hope on the turn – with the help of social pressure"
"Her hope for man's liberation from the social media accounts – to the same status-seeking and needs of gruppsamhörighet that led us into them."
"– If the perception of to be constantly connected becomes negative, then people will be affected by it. We do not want to be perceived as slaves to social media if everyone else has managed to get themselves out of it, then would not we be the last to sit, and press the cell phone to pee every quarter, " says Angela Ahola."
"– It's about peer pressure and the need for status. For we humans want to both be equal to each other and be a little special and be looked up to and so. So, if I belong to the crowd who can say that ”I am not interested, I live my life without having to post something, I have it good as it is”, then we get a little status of that we can show that we have a little bit of willpower, ”I am not like the majority, I belong to the crowd who have realized that this is not really good for us”."