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The happiness effect, how social media is driving a generation to appear perfect at any cost, Donna Freitas

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The happiness effect, how social media is driving a generation to appear perfect at any cost, Donna Freitas
Language
eng
Index
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The happiness effect
Oclc number
1084424010
Responsibility statement
Donna Freitas
Sub title
how social media is driving a generation to appear perfect at any cost
Table Of Contents
Introduction: masters of happiness--1. is everybody hanging out without me? comparing ourselves to others and the importance of being "liked"--2. the professionalization of Facebook: (and why everyone should keep their opinions to themselves)--3. my name is my brand and my brand is happiness!--4. the selfie generation: why social media is more of a "girl thing"--5. performing for God: religion on (and off) social media--6. virtual playgrounds: the rise of Yik Yak, the joys of Snapchat, and why anonymity is just so liberating--7. an acceptable level of meanness: the bullies, the bullied, and the problem of vulnerability--8. so you wanna make that Facebook official?--9. the ethics of sexting: Tinder, dating and the promise of mutually assured destruction--10. my smartphone and me: a love-hate relationship--11. taking a timeout from the timeline: students who quit social media and why--conclusion: virtues for a generation of social media pioneers--taking control of our smartphones: how student affairs professionals, faculty, and parents can help young adults feel empowered with respect to social media and their devices
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