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Understanding social media through negative motivational cues and influences

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What are negative motivational cues?
These are flawed beliefs stemmed from misinformation that motivates and spurs the individual towards harmful behaviour unbeknownst to the individual.
We can empower our selves through correcting ourselves and gaining an insight towards our flawed beliefs.
How can you understand yourself through negative motivational cues and beliefs?
We believe these are negative motivational cues and beliefs as we can feel, see and measure the negative consequence.

Some examples that are a result from flawed beliefs are:
Dieting Culture, Pop Culture, Ways to achieve status and power, Cult-like system, misdirected religion and educational system.

What empowers negative motivational cues?
  1. Group Think
  2. Pop Culture
  3. Peer pressure  
  4. others.
By following popular beliefs, one can justify its misinformation. "It is popular, hence it must be right."
Pop Culture that are motivated by monetary intents uses popular beliefs to endorse dieting, fashion and other products and behaviours that support consumerism.
This can be seen by the large wave of pop idols involved in eating game shows that are more reactionary than educational. Hence young children and adults alike watch these shows and mimic such behaviours without meaning or reason.

Likewise, fashion, a seemingly innocent type of influence, can be harmful through its heavy sexual innuendos endorsed in songs, including violence. Their over sexualised singing, dancing, clothing are "justified" through their media career. And because such misinformation are broadcasted, the sheep-like unconscious being with little to no self-reasonings and thinking systems, follow suite, believing that it will make them popular or likable. With more crowd-like following, there is an increase in fake social media stars who purchase their followers, likes and fans to mimic such tendencies to incept other gullible beings into their monetary traps of failed ideas and dressing that can often only pass off as a fad.

An example of fake social media star: Tana Mongeau conducted a fan meet and sing show, endorsed by many "popular" stars, including Shane Dawson, who have promised to show up, a youtube star with over million of views.
However, these fake social media stars tend to only be able to last a short while and hence need a bigger ticket gateway to get more money.
Several "fan" videos was uploaded regarding their cheap merchandise that was worth only a few couple bucks despite the cost of ticket being much more costly, also, the event place was pledged to be only be able to host a thousand guest. 
Despite being "sold out", while pledging to give away a few hundred ticket away, there are videos of the event itself which showcases its guest count to be  only in the estimate of a few hundred.

Is this a real event with shane dawson as a guest? Someone with "million" of subscribers and following to summon such a small following for the event?

This is highly doubtful.
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