In the modern and post-modern society, there is shifting that people nowadays tend to put their “trust” in a friendship-based relationship rather than the kinship-based relationship (Giddens, 1991). This concept is aligned with a concept in which relationship in social media platforms is built on the friendship-based relationship since people aim to build an equal relationship in the cyberspace, which they could gain from a friendship-based relationship (Trepte & Reinecke, 2011). How about the kinship-based relationship in social media then? Regarding to this matter, Jakpat conducts a survey in order to see how Indonesian’s connection with their family members in social media platforms.
This survey was conducted to 1908 respondents from across Indonesia. Apparently, respondents tend to hide some postings on social media from their family members (54,3%). You can find out more information in our full data report. Here is a list of the highlighted information:
- The Family Member: Which Family Member They are Connected With?
- Reason for Connecting with Family Member on Social Media
- Comfortness: How Comfortable They are to Connect with Family Member in Social Media?
- Hidden Posting: What Kind of Post Do They Hide from Family Member?
- Blocked Account: Why Do They Block Family Member?
- Close Peer: Do They Include Family Member in the Social Media’s “Close Friends” and/or “Inner Circle”?
- Reason for Not Connecting with Family Member on Social Media
- Future Interest
For more detailed data, please download the PDF file down below.
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