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Some thoughts on an ecological perspective of social media research.

In considering a framework for research into wellbeing and developmental outcomes of young people, in the context of their relationship with social media, Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological system (Bronfenbrenner, 1979; Bronfenbrenner  & Crouter, 1983; Bronfenbrenner & Morrris, 1989) provides a useful perspective. 1,012 more words

The Night We Met (#1)

My heart was pounding inside my chest, I didn’t wait for it to calcify on its own. My palms were sweaty, like normal people when we are all nervous. 1,935 more words

Creative Writing

20 Quotes Every 20something Year Old Needs To Read Right Now

Your 20’s are the most amazing/frustrating time of your life. Trying to be a successful adult, young business professional, good friend, maintain a social life while also trying to find someone to settle down with because your grandma won’t stop asking when you’ll get married… safe to say there is a little bit of pressure associated with your 20s. 558 more words


Danny Elfman: Project Rabbit and Rogue Challenge!

Congratulations to the young filmmakers from our Physical Folk Medway, ETA Project! Their first time entry into the Danny Elfman: Project Rabbit and Rogue Challenge has been accepted! 210 more words


Malignant brain tumors most common cause of cancer deaths in adolescents and young adults

This article is just giving us statistics regarding brain tumors. However those of you who have read the research widely will know that any link to emf exposure from mobile phones is a controversial issue that is pretty much played down by the industries. 461 more words


Indiana General Assembly Tackles RX Drug Abuse

Young adults lead all other age groups for nonmedical use of prescription drugs. This extremely dangerous practice has led to a spike in overdoses and need for emergency treatment. 384 more words


Family Matters

We often hear about this group or that group that “matters”.   Have we forgotten the people that should matter the most to us?….the Family. 260 more words

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