Why We Always Agree to Disagree?

People who love to disagree in social media are ones whose minds are well-fixed by their own thoughts-- and will never be changed by anyone.

Why We Always Agree to Disagree?

People do have their own judgment to criticize based on what they feel or know. Once they are convinced by their own judgment, it is easy for them to create another perception to talk about. It creates nothing but a non-sense conversation when it starts. You know what I mean.

As world commits today in a several platforms of distributing information, people are hooked to blurry part of possible verdicts. Oftentimes, they used it as their reference to be updated on what is actually happening to their surroundings. Sometimes, they always get themselves in a hard time in choosing and paralleling of information. As they are frightened by this, they have started to create conflicts and disagree in social media. Maybe due to repetitive uncertain experiences, some people have their guts to not rely and trust in social media. Lack of credibility is the main reason why they always disagree on it; yet sometimes, it is also served as comment place in pinpointing other uncertain information that is why it does not end up in a best result. It leads to a worse result in a very beginning.

However, even there are some instances that really show facts, they go beyond and never look at it due to what is already curved on their mind– that it is not worth the trust that they are giving in. They ignore the facts based on what they are experiencing like getting uncertain details, unrelated data, and even deceitful information. Fake information has been spreading and left us questioning ourselves if we are going to believe or not. Sometimes, as we always end up in this kind of scenario, we are jumping into a conclusion. Our judgment became poor to criticize, believe, convince, and make a right and valuable decision.

As it happens, people always end up on what they only know. Uncertainly, as how people are doing today, they always jump into conclusion even they are lack of information to share whether they do agree or disagree. They are quite dependent on what other people’s viewpoints and left  questioning ourselves once we perceived it, they also start to disagree on a certain topic, only based on what they hear, see, and know without a proper analysis. Nothing will happen but uncertain judgements that will surely cause to misunderstanding and chaos. It is quite difficult to deal with because their thought about a particular topic is too limited to create and decide whether he or she agrees or disagrees.

People who love to disagree in social media are ones whose minds are well-fixed by their own thoughts– and will never be changed by anyone.

MY EXPERIENCE

Arguing in Social Media

When my favorite product published their commercial in social media, I quickly got to it and saw myself making a comment. I made a good review about the positive benefits of this product to me as it is really beneficial to me. I commented there that every time I use that product (product that I was saying) it really helps my skin to be and it really lessens my acne . It is normal for the teenager to be conscious in their looks, right?

 

As I commented there, I always emphasized that those benefits are just for me and there is a possibility that not everyone may not experience these because it really depends on how that product reacts on their skin. Many people were against to my review about to that product. They always entered the bad effects that they got when they used that product. As I was saying, it is included to my comment the word “para sa akin”, but their minds were already fixed.

 

At the end, I just kept myself distant from that because it really pushed me to be rude and inconsiderate.

 

Another Experiencing Why I Hate Believing in Social Media

(Just Want to Share)


It is a normal for a student to wait for the announcements if there is a class suspension during bad weather condition. As that scenario, some people get the opportunity to deceive people through making posters in some social media accounts that there is a class suspension. As an indolent student, i got myself to believe on it since that I was enjoying my bed and the weather. “Expectation vs. Reality”, you know the feeling, right?

As I believed on it, I was just totally deceived. As a result, I ended up in a scenario getting myself up so quickly as I could. I prepared myself for just only minutes compared to the time that I always consume preparing myself during school days. I really felt that I was little bit bad version of Flash due to my fast-moving actions during that day. It was hard moving so quickly since my mind and body soul was too occupied by different scenario like what if I was the only one late, I was the only one who they were awaiting for, or what if I was the only who got deceived by that hell-like poster.

Since that day, I never believed on information posted in social media. I verify first before I give my judgment. Various of reference I get before I believe. Therefore, even the information posted in a social media is factual and informative, I always do ignoring it and making myself busy in verifying it in a several sites or reference just to maximize my judgment to create its decision whether the information is true or not.

 

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Gerry J Ortea

love it! ❤️

Jay Rhald Padilla
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Jay Rhald Padilla

The topic was good. It was really timely and you can see a lot of arguments online especially now that the elections is coming. There are a lot of people defending their candidates. As for me, I think people always agree to disagree because they are closed minded. They don’t want to accept information from others because people have so much pride inside of them. Below is an experience I had arguing online. So, I had this weird discussion last month about a flat earther. Basically, a flat earther is a moron who believes that the earth is flat. He… Read more »

Nikki Quintos
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Quintos, Maria Nikki H. COM181 – Blog 4. There are many issues in the Philippines that needs to be resolved, conflicts, drugs , personalities and even those who are not famous but became viral. We all know that social media gives everything to people news and viral videos. People can state their own opinions on the comment section and also they can reply to a person’s comment or opinions through the comment section on a respective issue even they don’t know that certain person. For example, the viral video of Mar Roxas’ campaign where he is eating on a mug… Read more »

Nikki Quintos
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Browsing through social media you can see a lot of debates especially on a certain and hot issues in the Philippines, celebrities, personality, politicians, politics etc. Example is Mar Roxas’ campaign, many videos leaked on social media that made fun of him, some people find it ridiculous and some felt pity. Social media is like a freedom wall, people can comment and express their opinions on the comment sections and a person can contradict it by replying to the comment, and that will cause them to debate over the matter. Not just one issue but many issues are being debated… Read more »

Angelic Angeles
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The issue of this article is very interesting. Since, most of us use social media as a platform to express their different views and opinions. People nowadays are quick to judge and criticize based on their feelings, emotions and background knowledge of a certain matter. We try to persuade others to listen and see our own perspective to different issues in our society. Maybe that’s why debating and arguing of certain people in social media has become ubiquitous. To be honest, I never really had an experience of arguing with someone online because first I think it is just a… Read more »

Paul Pascual
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The topic make me in a dilemma state because sometimes I don’t know why will should I pick this or that…..
But it’s good since it gives people an idea, specially to the people that have no idea on where to start about this topic.

lloyd reyes
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My Thoughts: We always agree to disagree because, I remember the days of phones with old style dials. We didn’t even have answering machines back then. If you called someone and they didn’t answer the phone, you had to call back and try to catch them in real time. When a call came in, there was no caller ID. You just picked it up and said, “Hello.” It was sometimes hard to catch up to people, so you had to hand write and send a letter to communicate when you were both leading busy lives. My Experience: This generation, If… Read more »

Joshua Paulino
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Joshua Paulino

This article is good to show its points to the problem of people relying to their conclusion in a certain problem. In my understanding, people stating their opinions in a particular problem are subjective because give their conclusion in their experience, seen, and felt. Those people won’t accept facts which are objective results based on researchers that have the expertise on the particular problem that they only believe on their opinions, experience, and point of view in the problem. I have never argued on social media because of certain reason which i only argue through face to face method. The… Read more »

Jake Morgia
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Jake Morgia

LOVE IT! What a GREAT ARTICLE! Compliments to the author! The message of the article has so much relevance in our society it’s ridiculous! In our world today, keyboard warriors are just coming out like ants from an anthill. So much hate in the world of social media. So much discrimination and so much conflict. It would be too sad if the continuation of this phenomenon would lead to the destruction of the platform itself. I had this experience once where in people were debating about whose songs were better. Specifically, it was a online debate on whether EX B’s… Read more »

lloyd reyes
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My Thoughts: Personally It’s been crazy and entertaining about this article. However, these disagreements seem to be magnified these days. Why? Why is it that we seem so much more with our criticisms and judgments about other people’s opinions? Well, if you ask me, a huge part of the reason is because of social media. In the last few decades, there was no social media. There was not even an internet! So if people disagreed with each other, they had to do it in person that it always feeds us information and opinions. My Experience: Personally I don’t have any… Read more »

Basma Abdualla
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Basma Abdualla

, the internet has become the most important and broadest field of meeting and exchange of views and dialogues among young people, especially social networking sites that have become a forum for discussing the most important issues in the world, but these sites also caused a lot of problems between friends or colleagues , because of the Different views it’s not because the specific subject But the lack of acceptance of different views, and the lack of respect for the others opinions one of my experiences arguing with some on online was with my old classmate so I am not… Read more »

John Postrado
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John Postrado

Social Media ,where all information can be found. Nowadays information can be seen or found in social media but the question is it is true? is it a fact? The topic of why we agree to disagree will start here, everyone has his or her opinion or perception about something. There are a lot of information in social but some of them are the what we call “fake news” even though this is an information but still it is a false so it means its not reliable and legit. We often open a debate in social media when someone post… Read more »

Rommel Urbano Jr.
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Rommel Urbano Jr.

Another thing that i would like to add is that, People, specially on social media, tend to not back down because of their own ego, as social media feeds one’s ego, people tend to make social media as “their own world”, they would think that the world of social media revolves around them because of how the way social media works, social media feeds you news, social media allows you to comment and post and while you get likes or shares, it gives you a feeling of being famous. I for one, has experienced this type of argument, i was… Read more »

Alexana Ladao
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Alexana Ladao

Share Thoughts: My thoughts about this topic is that the message was really good because in today’s generation it was happening every single day when people are using social media, people always agree to some information that people disagree because for them if they agree to that information or post they think they are right and they think that information will agree to all people but for us humans we have different perception in the things we see around us. Also it is the only way to resolve the disagreement. Acceptance of the truth. People spend too much time discussing… Read more »

Jellyn Go
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The topic talks about how people now-a-days on social media can criticizes and judge you easily without a proper analyzation. People on social media can easily manipulated by what they see and hear. Since we all have different perspective, opinions and etc. people tend to misunderstand everything on social and that’s were they start to create conflicts and disagree in social media. To be honest, I never had an experience of arguing with someone about something because I know we all have a different point of view on things and for me it’s childish to argue with someone specially on… Read more »

Denise Erin Pamatian
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Denise Erin Pamatian

Well it’s not always because of narrow-mindedness that people refuses to agree sometimes they just don’t want to be humiliated online on public for agreeing that their concept is wrong and you’re right. Social media is a really huge place where people always read, watch, get entertained so it’s really reasonable if someone doesn’t want to get humiliated in there. Unfortunately I experienced some of this when I’m in high school. As a highscool student I always want to create trouble, so there’s a time when I argued with a fellow classmate online regarding an online game which we play… Read more »

Lexter Almirol
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Lexter Almirol

As a person who lives now in the era of technology one of our daily habits is using of social media not just for communication and entertainment its for sharing your political views, stand in any situation and your principle. In my experience in using of social media in any issue reading comments is the most interesting to read. You can see how they are competitive when it comes to debating I also called them keyboard warriors. I didn’t want to start to argue with them cause they will insist that they are right even if its wrong and its… Read more »

Ariel Dome
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Ariel Dome

The given topic in this article was very meaningful and very interesting. Social media is a tool, it’s a tool that can connect us to each other and elevate our levels of happiness because we feel part of a community. It’s also a tool that can spark heated debates, anger against each other, anxiety and depression. We’ve seen many people in social arguing and fighting simply because the words that were said, most often behind a computer screen, were enough to push the individual over the edge. Twitter, Facebook, and email provide a platform for people to lash out, say… Read more »

Kent Alvin Gerald Aquino
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Kent Alvin Gerald Aquino

Everytime I open my social media account, there is always these kinds of posts/articles I have witnessed everywhere wherein its comment box had most people debating or arguing regarding to the said post/article itself. One of them called pro and the other one called cons. But let’s face the fact that some of these people were just commenting with no legal attention to really showed up face-to-face if the one they argued with said to let’s face each other someday. I remember when I fighting for my basketball idol LeBron James. Everyone hates him when things go wild, especially when… Read more »

Jay Castillo
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Jay Castillo

Social Media ,where all information can be found. Nowadays information can be seen or found in social media but the question is it is true? is it a fact? The topic of why we agree to disagree will start here, everyone has his or her opinion or perception about something. There are a lot of information in social but some of them are the what we call “fake news” even though this is an information but still it is a false so it means its not reliable and legit. We often open a debate in social media when someone post… Read more »

Bea Katreena Soriano
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Why do we argue online? The internet is now the world’s biggest debating forum, “netizens” are making the small details into a huge one, well online argument is less productive than frontal discussion. I will gave some of my experiences disagreeing online. I remember reacting angry emoticon on my friends post in social media about disgracing teacher well actually it refer specifically to my mother but then I realized no one believes on her based on the comments, so I gave way to not commenting bad words, the whole story is she was caught cheating through calling his friend from… Read more »

Kieya Jade Galerio
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Kieya Jade Galerio

We live today in a world dominated by the social media or internet and we all know that almost everything can be found here on the internet. And most of the people especially teenagers, not a day goes by without them using the internet checking their social media accounts for at least 1 hour a day be it for the assignments/studies, for work, for online shopping, for watching videos, for communicating to their loved ones and many more. Hundreds of millions people flock to social networking sites to read and to speak what’s on their mind. Internet is the most… Read more »

Jeza Dizon
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Jeza Dizon

This topic is very timely. Especially that the use of social media has increased greatly over the past decade. It has been influenced greatly by the internet whereby it is being used all around the world and hence improving social interaction. Fake information has been spreading easily that gives different perspectives to netizens which results to an argument. What goes wrong in arguments especially in social media is that the participants care mostly about winning the argument. It would be better if they cared more about learning and finding the truth, and less about winning in order to avoid it.… Read more »

Nicole Domingo
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Nicole Domingo

This experience is a little bit funny for me because way back when I was a grade 12 student AMA, there is this girl that always enter our classroom just to be with her friends and she will talk to them up to the point that everyone will be disturb because of the loudness of her voice and she even talk to my classmates just to make friends. And everytime she accidently looks at me she just smile and wave her hand. so I will just smile to her just not to be rude. So here’s my experience starts, I… Read more »

Myron Darrel Montefalcon
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Myron Darrel Montefalcon

The article speaks the truth. I’ve been using Facebook for 7 years now, and with the rise of Social media sites and also the reliance of the people to the Internet and Digital Devices, I’ve seen so many toxic, non sense arguments to that point that is it funny and became my time to kill boredom. Watching people fighting online back then was frustrating and toxic, but today, I think it became entertaining, seeing how people argue, making the small problems an issue. As a Social media user, I’ve always been the Lowkey type of user. I don’t post nor… Read more »

von madrigal
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von madrigal

For this article is good and a very interesting and engaging tppic as it is the highlight of social media where many people got hurled in a topic and fight for what they think is reasonable for them and try to influence other social media users. In my experience i never onced argued in any social media platform but i always read comments in a post about election run and presidential debate about the deeds and mannerism of the president of today. I find it interesting and engaging no matter how closw minded the user or how logical he can… Read more »

Nicole Domingo
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Nicole Domingo

After reading this piece, I realized that everytime I open my social media accounts I can see people arguing even if they don’t know each other and that gave me the thought that argument is a part of social media. And as one of the user of this social medias I remembered that I also experience having an argument with someone and here is my experience, everytime I remember this I find it a little bit funny because way back when I was a grade 12 student AMA, there is this girl that always enter our classroom just to be… Read more »

Katreena Ann Ramos
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social media is now sticked to our daily chores and some of us can’t live without it. And it has advantage and disadvantage so as my experience on the issue of it was way back on my senior highschool i remember that there’s some issue on our school about not taking care of our requirements papers like the form 138 etc. so some of the students confessed their thoughts or issued on our page and it turns into public so many branches of our school read about it they also comment what they want there and they bashed all the… Read more »

ranz sapinit
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I always used to think social media was essentially a force for good, whether it was to initiate friendships, or simply as a useful tool for bringing together like-minded people to share informative videos. Having spent a lot of time thinking about mental health, I even saw social media’s much-maligned potential for anonymity as a good thing, helping people to open up about problems when they might not feel able to do so in that physical space we still quaintly call real life. I also knew from my own experience that it could sometimes provide a happy distraction from the… Read more »

Gerry J Ortea
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Gerry J Ortea

Web based life resembles an opportunity divider, individuals can remark and express their assessments on the remark segments and a man can repudiate it by answering to the remark, and that will make them banter over the issue. The issue of this article is extremely fascinating. Since, the greater part of us utilize internet based life as a stage to express their distinctive perspectives and assessments. Individuals these days rush to pass judgment and scrutinize dependent on their sentiments, feelings and foundation information of a specific issue. I think individuals dependably settle on a truce since they are shut disapproved.… Read more »

Justine Capistrano
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Justine Capistrano

This article is interesting because it talks about todays society, many of us use social media in their daily lives and some of us become addicted to it, Sometimes social media is toxic because lots of us use social media as a tool to debate or to argue with someone especially if the topic is about politics, government, artist or even normal people. As a person who uses social media I don’t have any experience that had an argue with someone in social media but in some cases i read some of the comments and sometimes i get angry because… Read more »

Melecia Tamayo
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Melecia Tamayo

As our technology grow there’s a lot of medium that people can use to be updated in our surroundings, such as Facebook, Google, Instagram and other websites. The news spread worldwide without knowing that it is true of fake. Some of us believe and easily manipulated by the news even we don’t have a complete details on what really happen or what is true. So this article helps us to know the ethics of social media, and the things we need to do. It is very informative. Arguing in social media is very rare, people arguing about the things they… Read more »

Aya Mancha
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I am not anti-Duterte but i am against his way of ruling our country and for that reason, one time I shared an article about extrajudicial killing on my fb account then one of my friend who is truly a supporter of Pres. Digong commented on the article that I shared she expressed her opinion in a way she’s really defending our President so I expressed myself too because of that we argued a bit.My personal perception is that the judgment frame is a bad place to take a conversation, a place with no leverage. This doesn’t mean that people… Read more »

jaydine castillo
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The first thing that got my interest was the tittle. While reading the whole article, I can’t help but agree to its content. We are indeed having different perspective about something. We are different with each other same as the thoughts that’s running in our mind. We have the voice to express our ideas but that didn’t mean we shouldn’t consider another people’s voice. I have my own experience where in I argued to someone about something and we exchange our thoughts. Fortunately, we are both understanding that we settle the argument after some time and decided to respect each… Read more »

Marielle Savellano
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Jv Canlas
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The article itself was good. It discusses not only about false information that the new media has to offer but also discusses that once a mind settles on its own perspective depending on what he knows about a certain topic they often wrap themselves with that kind of train of thought and sometimes disregards other people’s comments about the concerning issue which would result to an argument in social media. Even when other people tries to show evidence, some people would still ignore the facts because they are so entitled to their experiences and every information that they have acquired… Read more »

Dorothy Ann Bohulano
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Dorothy Ann Bohulano

Social media is the platform that we use, to connect to our family,friends even just social friend or they say mutuals. I agree on the article, many would disagree and agree. There’s always an different perspective. We must really know to respect other opinion, not just be limited to what we believe, it’s the modern world now, we could research we want to know, we have are sources. But we all know not all sources are reliable. I have never enagaged into fighting or arguing on social media, I just read those who are arguing, because I dont want to… Read more »

Rosalie Valenzuela
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The first thing that got into my mind when I read this article is social media has been a big role in our daily world routine. As a millennial student it makes me realize that we, people, make our own decisions based on what we see and what we hear in the social media. We mostly get our thoughts and ideas based on other opinions that we have read in social media. Somehow, we also put our decisions in life based on what we have read and what we have heard in social media which makes us controlled and centers… Read more »

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Girlie Figueroa
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Girlie Figueroa

Honestly, what’s written in this blog reminds of Crispin Maslog’s article (I’m not certain if that’s his name) about misinformation. If I’m not mistaken his article suggests, what are the things that we should do to prevent misinformation to spread. Do we need to professionalize the bloggers who disseminates information or educate the people who receives it? And I think he’s right but we know that doing these two is quite impossible. Personally, I haven’t experienced arguing or debating online and I’m not sure why. Maybe, it’s because I’m not the type of person who loves to rant about random… Read more »