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1. “Addiction” By Jeison Stiven Escobar 2. “Begging For Likes” By Wonyoung Jo 3. “Click Freedom” By Irinei Kalachov 4. “Cyber Addiction” By Paco Afromonkey Puente 5. “Dinner Time” By Monique Cutajar 6. “Facebook Addiction” By Mohammed Benbachir 7. “Facebook” By Yujin No 8. “FB Addiction” By Enzo […]
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Developers of platforms such as Facebook have admitted that they were designed to be addictive. Should we be following the executives’ example and going cold turkey – and is it even possible for mere mortals?
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Social Work Students Respond to the #BlackLivesMatter Movement and the Neutrality of Social Work Program Administrators
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The lack of diversity in the design industry has been highlighted over recent weeks, here are some of the positive changes that have happened so far...
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Uzo Aduba, Katie Holmes & Ieshia Evans Reenact Iconic Images of Social Change We revisited three moments of defiant activism over the past century, and then asked three prominent thinkers to discuss how far we’ve come—and how far we still have to go. Roxane Gay reflects on the current resistance and its roots in the women’s liberation movement, as re-created here by Katie Holmes.
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