Because the selfie is rapidly losing popularity long tradition of shooting family photos, showed a survey. With all that over thirty percent of the British announced that they would not publish my photo with their parents out of embarrassment.
The craze for selfies observed among the inhabitants of our planet aged 18 to 24 years, apparently, it can irrevocably destroy the old tradition of shooting family photos. According to the study conducted by British sociologists, most students like to take pictures with their own friends and post them to social networks, rather than to be photographed with their parents, reports the Daily Mail.
In a sample survey involved 2 thousand people. 6 out of 10 respondents said that year by year the number of joint ops with parents decreases. Along with this, four of the 5 Englishmen said that when you view family photos they feel happier.
"It's a sad reality that in 1 day family photos can be a rarity. Remain images of teenagers spending the night with friends and not with members of their own families," said Keith Hanson, Creator of the study.
Besides all this, a straw poll showed that 1 of the circumstances of the fall of the fame family photo lies in social networks. Almost thirty percent of respondents declared that would never be put in a network the Internet images from their own parents because they are embarrassed or believe own family overly personal.
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