Tag Archives: internet

On SAGE Insight: Keep calm, there is an app to help you control your smartphone use

Are you spending too much time on your smartphone? Do you ever feel like you’re missing out if you have not checked your phone in a while? If that is the case, you are not the only one. But do … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Misogyny Online- A Short (and Brutish) History

Author: Emma A. Jane – University of New South Wales, Australia Misogyny Online Misogyny Online – A Short (and Brutish) History is featured on SAGE Insight to celebrate Academic Book Week Misogyny Online explores the worldwide phenomenon of gendered cyberhate … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Special issue: Reading in the Age of the Internet

Guest editors: Daniel Allington and Stephen Pihlaja From Language and Literature  Reading has changed with consumer adoption of digital technologies, and its changes are many: from the new ways in which users of such technologies can now access texts to … Continue reading

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The perceived impact of suicide-related internet use

Article title: The perceived impact of suicide-related internet use: A survey of young Australians who have gone online for suicide-related reasons From DIGITAL HEALTH The Internet may pose a risk to some vulnerable individuals but may also provide helpful, valuable … Continue reading

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Online grooming legislation: Knee-jerk regulation?

From European Journal of Communication This study explores whether or not the perceived threats of paedophiles grooming online cause disproportionate legislative reactions. It reviews assumptions about the nature of grooming leading to specific grooming legislation in Norway to see if … Continue reading

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Australia leads the world in e-Mental Health

Special Issue e-Mental Health From Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry The Internet and related technologies are here to stay and have opened up a ‘brave new world’, which e-mental health has eagerly embraced – especially in Australia. E-mental … Continue reading

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How good is Google? The quality of Otolaryngology information on the internet

Article and accompanying podcast From: Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery The use of the Internet to seek information about health-related topics by patients has and will continue to grow at a rapid pace. This article questions the quality of … Continue reading

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Now you see it

Much has already been written about the impact of the internet on how we learn and work, but this interview in Inside Higher Education with Cathy N Davidson about her new book Now You See It: How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the … Continue reading

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The digital democracy of the internet and the publicity of openness

A very popular blog: the internet and the possibilities of publicity From New Media & Society This article outlines how the mediums of traditional broadcast and the internet have different publicity possibilities. It is clear that the structure of the … Continue reading

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