I’ve noticed a tendency or predictable trends for which teacher/faculty member has Facebook and which teacher does not.
– The younger the teacher/faculty member, the increased likelihood of having a Facebook account (mid adopters)
– The closer to retirement one is, the increased likelihood of having a Facebook account (late adopters)
– The more “introverted and thinking” a faculty member is, the less the likelihood of having a Facebook account (See Science Teachers)
– The more associative faculties have increased likelihoods of possessing a Facebook account (See preacher, English Teachers, Media Teachers, Languages)
– The administrative group has an inverse-relationship for possessing a Facebook account
– The more “socially-aware” teachers set their privacy settings to near threshold (maximum privacy), the more laxed teachers have friend of friend settings.
– All teachers only accept friend requests from graduates or people who don’t go to the school anymore
– Anyone involved with reunions or sports will be more likely to have possess a Facebook account
My analysis is proven to be accurate least 80% of the time, given that some teachers have already changed their privacy settings (to which I no longer see but acknowledge their existence).
_> Media Arts
-> Socially cultivated
-> Late Adopters
-> Mid-age Graduates