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Interrobang articles on the topic of Social Media

The Social Dilemma: What is the truth?
After 16 years of a world ran by Facebook, many of us are beginning to break out of the spell and return to reality. Read more

Social media's influence on weddings
Social media is chock full of pictures for wedding inspiration, but sometimes the elements of a dream wedding are hard to reach. Read more

Bell - let's talk
Let's take the conversation off the internet and into real life. Let's see you be the change you want to see. Read more

Impact of social media and employment
Social media presence has never been as impactful as it is today. When filling out job applications, often employers search through your social media to learn more about you. Read more

Instagram: Where do we go from here?
In the era of likes and follows, it becomes increasingly difficult to be yourself online. Read more

God and the work-and-rest equation
Life is short. Do you really want to spend your free time scrolling? Read more

In the digital era: You've got a friend in me
In the age where digital technology is constantly growing, it can be hard to figure out who your real friends are. Read more

The history of memes
It seems impossible to go online without encountering a meme within the first minute of browsing. Read more

An overuse of social media can lead to mental health problems and a lower quality of life
While social media is a good way to connect with friends and feel part of a community, it does have several negative effects in terms of mental health and the overall quality of life. Read more

London Police: London "absolutely a hub" for human trafficking
More than two dozen men were charged with obtaining sexual services and contact was made with more than 50 women and girls involved in the sex trade during a sex-week project targeting human trafficking in London, Woodstock, St. Thomas and Strathroy. Read more

How social media isn't all bad for your mental health
Social media has had a huge impact on people's lives. From starting careers to creating friendships, social media does a lot of good. Read more

Mind your mind: Social media malaise
Though social media can be an enjoyable experience, it's always good to unplug and perhaps delete some apps for a while for your mind, body and soul. Read more

Five ways to practise self-care on a budget
Getting caught up with life is easy. Between class, homework, extra-curricular activities, your job, household chores or devoting time to your significant other, it can be hard to come across some 'me time'. Read more

Hashtagging Activism
Can your smartphone change the world? Author Erinne Paisley offers insight into the importance of story-telling and taking responsibility. Read more

Friend Request: Accepted
Friend Request, directed by Simon Verhoeven, does an excellent job at shedding light on some of the real life horrors associated with social media and the dark web while incorporating a pretty creepy witchcraft, supernatural twist. Read more

The Social Lab: A London YouTube experiment
Londoners Matt McKeever, Peter Kloczko, and Kellan Paniccia are creating Canada's first YouTube house called The Social Lab, not to be compared with other reality television shows of the past. Read more


Rumours of Grace: Giving the small me more space
I confess I got sidetracked by social media postings this morning. Maybe this happens to you too. We go online to watch a video for a course on social work and within 20 seconds have been diverted into something much different. Read more

Social media bridges the gap between #Fanshawe and its students
Fanshawe is one of many educational institutions across Canada to successfully engage with its student body via a wide array of social media platforms. Read more

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