People engage in social media for several purposes. Social media enable people to educate about topics they are interested in, topics to which getting access has been difficult in the past, and topics they learn about only through social media. One topic that is gaining interest recently is that of financial independence for women. In […]
2.7 billion monthly active Facebook users (Clement, 2020a), 3.5 billion smartphone users worldwide (O'Dea, 2020), and 1.5 billion monthly WhatsApp users (Clement, 2020b). The numbers indicate that digital technologies play an important role in the everyday lives of people around the globe. The authors Tim Jordan and Noortje Marres engage in an academic debate on (some of) these digital social technologies, on digitalization, and on the question of how they have an impact on our lives, economy, and politics.
My name is Lisa, I am 23 years old and currently studying “Media Studies: Digital Cultures” at Maastricht University. This blog gives insights into the program, my assignments, and my work.
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