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Slaying digital dragons : tips and tools for protecting your body, brain, psyche, and thumbs from the digital dark side —Packer, Alex J., author.

"This frank and humorous guide helps teens learn how to lead a safe and healthy digital life, join the resistance, and protect themselves from Big Tech's attempted takeover of their brain, body, emotions, privacy, and fu...

The internet trap : five costs of living online —Mukherjee, Ashesh, 1968- author.

"Whether we are checking emails, following friends on Facebook and Twitter, catching up on gossip from TMZ, planning holidays on TripAdvisor, arranging dates on Match.com, watching videos on Youtube, or simply browsing f...

A body to love : cultivate community, body positivity, and self-love in the age of social media —Caruso, Angelina, author.

"To Angelina Caruso, recovery meant finding her tribe -- people that offered support, encouragement, and zero judgment. But she never imagined she would find her community online. A lesson on positively navigating body i...

Think before you like : social media's effect on the brain and the tools you need to navigate your newsfeed —Harrison, Guy P., author.

Social media has pitfalls: misinformation, pseudoscience, fraud, and irrational beliefs, presented in an attractive, easy-to-share form. It reinforces your biases by tracking your preferences: it sends only filtered news...

iGen : why today's super-connected kids are growing up less rebellious, more tolerant, less happy-- and completely unprepared for adulthood (and what this means for the rest of us) —Twenge, Jean M., 1971-

Dr. Jean Twenge offers a portrait of a new generation that is growing up more slowly and more anxious -- but also more tolerant and more safe -- than any generation in history. They stay away from grown-up temptations li...

The end of forgetting : growing up with social media —Eichhorn, Kate, 1971- author.

Thanks to Facebook and Instagram, our younger selves have been captured and preserved online. But what happens, Kate Eichhorn asks, when we can't leave our most embarrassing moments behind? Rather than a childhood cut sh...

Logged in and stressed out : how social media is affecting your mental health and what you can do about it —Durlofsky, Paula, author.

"Studies show that the average American is spending more than 10 hours a day in front of their screens ... Too often, bad feelings from social media interactions linger, negatively affecting our off-line lives and worsen...

Traumatized : identify, understand, and cope with PTSD and emotional stress —Morton, Kati, author.

"An accessible guide to understand what trauma is, how PTSD is diagnosed, being aware that it can have a late onset, what can happen if it goes untreated--and how social media can be triggering our trauma"-- Provided by ...

You are what you click : how being selective, positive, and creative can transform your social media experience —Primack, Brian A., author.

"Do you feel guilty about the hours you spend on social media every week? Have you ever felt down after scrolling through an instastar's feed as they appear to be living a far more amazing life than the rest of us? What ...

Surviving social media : shut down the haters —Braun, Eric, 1971- author.

Odds are that you are among the 75 percent of the U.S. population who use social media. Many people consider it a lifeline to staying connected to friends and staying relevant to the world. But there's a dark side as wel...

The dark side of social media —Steffens, Bradley, 1955- author.

"Social media outlets can strengthen ties between friends and family, but they can also be used for nefarious purposes--from inciting insurrection to shaming, bullying, and spreading hatred. Using personal stories, acade...

Internet and emotions
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2014

"Nothing seems more far removed from the visceral, bodily experience of emotions than the cold, rational technology of the Internet. But as this collection shows, the internet and emotions intersect in interesting and su...

U up? —Disabato, Catie, author.

"Eve is no typical LA millennial. Yes, she's into her devices and social media, and even makes her living working for an app developer. And yes she's texting-sardonically-all the time. The difference is that most of the ...

Concentration : staying focused in times of distraction —Stigchel, Stefan van der, author.

"E-mails, apps, banners, push messages, trending topics, and cat videos - these days it's harder than ever to concentrate continuously for more than a few minutes. Is that a problem? Yes, because concentration is essenti...

My well-being managing the negative effects of social media.

In this new series, social and emotional learning issues are sensitively discussed with positive and encouraging suggestions on how to navigate our ever-changing, complex world. The lure of social media carries with it m...

The dark side of our digital world : and what you can do about it —Weiss, Andrew, 1971- author.

"This book will help readers identify strategies to understand, avoid and handle fake news, misinformation, disinformation, information overload, surveillance and privacy loss, cyberbullying, hacking and other security f...

Diez razones para borrar tus redes sociales de inmediato —Lanier, Jaron, author.

En este libro, Jaron Lanier nos explica con una contundencia abrumadora como las redes sociales, al desplegar una vigilancia constante y manipular el inconsciente de sus usuarios, nos están convirtiendo en personas renc...

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