Ultimately, it will create a generation that is wholly unaware of how to be around other people and become less social and thus be devoid of common courtesies and actions that have been in society for so long. A virtual “pat on the back” may not suffice when dealing with acquaintances that have encountered death in the family or had an important achievement.
Another reason social networks lead to anti social behavior is the inherent pull of such networking services (Fiero 2009). The virtual world presented there is very fast and ever changing. New friends can be acquired any time and one can comment on the actions of a variety of people at one time from the luxury of the arm chair. A person can promptly delete their profile at any time if it doesn’t appear well and relationships can be disposed off with the tap of a key.