WJJCRH on Sherry Turkle

Listen to this insightful and revealing discussion by Millienials in the media studies class at John Jay College of Criminal Justice — Self, Media, and Justice — on the effect of social media and what we call in the class our “minimes” on relationships, values, and interactions with the environment.  These students chose to read Sherry Turkle’s Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other (2011) and in this excerpt they respond to Turkle’s idea of the “Goldilocks effect” on relationships —

WJJCRH discussion of S. Turkle

 

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