Warnings of a selfish and unconscious generation due to the dominance of technology | technology | Saraya News Agency

Sarah – Psychologists and sociologists warn against the effects of the dominance of technology and its social networks to create a selfish, alienated and unconscious generation.

Amidst the dominance of technology and its social networks, scientists say, we live in a society of alienated people, of beings who cannot even interpret a written text, and our children are “school conditioned”, but they rarely educated.

Unfortunately, we seem to have lost the ability to think, to understand the context and complexity of everything around us, and no one is seriously discussing what keeps our society resilient against the hardships of life in these often dark times.

People who are disgusted by the violent fake calls say, college students should go back to elementary school, we fundamentally differ with them, so these students should go back to their families, then receive basic education, education for life in society.

Parents outsource their children’s education, in a time-free and guilt-filled world, delegate their children’s education to unaccountable teachers, even if they have the skill and training to do what needs to be done, because teachers are in fact transient indoctrinators while parents are lifelong teachers!

struggle with time

And these days, time flies so fast that we don’t even have time to try to understand and process what we went through a few hours ago.

Kids get up early and go to school, come home, eat lunch and watch TV, organize their WhatsApp conversations, scroll through their social media accounts and look down on Instagram likes and comments because they don’t understand context and complexity not.

If you ask them who shared a table with you (while their parents are also at the same table and also playing on their cell phones), they may not realize it because they are closer to “virtual” friends than those who share the same space, table share. , and food.

And according to the report, the most tragic part of all this is that parents are also sitting at the dinner table watching TV, reviewing their WhatsApp chats, checking their social networks, following the likes on Instagram and superficially commenting on TV news.

After lunch, parents do their things, teenagers go to computer lessons, English and sports, and in the evening they sit in the bedroom in front of their laptop, browse websites they will never remember, Skype chat, play games online, sleep until a date.

On weekends, these little ones sleep long hours to get ready for the evening, when they will join everyone and play to the point of exhaustion.

What are the milestones and foundations these young people will have to overcome their personal struggles?
These children act like adults at the age of 13, 14, 15 and in many cases they are treated like adults, but they are not adults, they are children and teenagers who know nothing at all about life, but are accused as if they know everything, and worse, they think they know everything, they want to be accepted, but unfortunately they want to be accepted in an unreal world of appearances!

And in the society of the perfect consumer body, the perfect life, the perfect being, there is no place to be “a person,” no place to “be who we are.”

But how can young people be educated if parents do not have the “time” to help these young people build their foundations?

Children do not have “time” to listen to what their parents have to say, perhaps because they are immersed in a family conference via WhatsApp or Skype.

Friends don’t have all the answers, and Google doesn’t have all the answers.

It is essential for these young people to understand that they do not have the value of what they “consume” or what they consume through images, offers, likes, shares, and comments. The value is not “subjective and fluid”, because it is “value” that lies in the way in which the young person presents himself as a real person.

The little one doesn’t know everything
When we are young we think we know everything, that we are ready for life, but life eventually teaches us that we know nothing about life.

To understand, realize and accept that we will never and never be perfect, that we know almost nothing, that we are not sure of everything, makes us more open, more human, more kind, more loving and tolerant, with ourselves and with others.

But for our youth to understand all this, we must raise them to be more humane, cooperative, creative, transcendent and tolerant.

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