Jun 2, 2021 • 29M

Doreen Dogen-Magee: Deviced

 
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How is our new digital media world is changing our world for better and for worse? How do we create, resist or change social norms around digital devices? Suzanne LaGrande interviews psychologist, activist, speaker Doreen Dogen-Magee, author of Deviced: Balancing Life and Technology in Today's Digital World. In this episode of Disobedient Femmes, Dogen-Magee discusses how technology has allowed us to be connected to more people and more kinds of people that ever before. Yet, social anxiety and depression are on the rise, and there is evidence to suggest it is connected to our increasing reliance electronic media in place of face to face communication. How can we set limits to media use when we are required to be responsive to a variety of media at school, work and within our interpersonal relationships?