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On SAGE Insight: The virtual world of social networking sites: Adolescent’s use and experiences

From Psychology & Developing Societies Social networking has evolved as a preferred medium of communication for individuals today. Given the pervasive nature of social media in the context of the present day, where every adolescent has at least one account on … Continue reading

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Exploring early childhood musical play through video sharing and social networking

‘Now can I watch my video?’: Exploring musical play through video sharing and social networking in an early childhood music class From Research Studies in Music Education Enjoyment is central to children’s musical play. Engaging in musical play can support … Continue reading

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”My mother’s keeper”: the effects of parentification on black female college students

From Journal of Black Psychology The Black family—both nuclear and extended—has been responsible for the survival of Black people in America. Despite shifting dynamics due to the evolution of the family structure during the past 50 years, the family is … Continue reading

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