Who are helicopter parents and how did cultural shifts and historical events work together to shape this new style of parenting and change the way Millennials were raised?
It’s important to discuss Millennials in the workplace because they already form 25% of the workforce and by […]
Anonymous social networks, like Yik Yak, are faceless computer-mediated forms of communication that result in antisocial behavior and hinder the development of empathy.
The “quarter-life crisis” is a phenomenon characterized by insecurities, disappointments, loneliness, and depression during the transition into adulthood. Technology and social networks spur these feelings by providing a constant stream of “success stories” for individuals to compare themselves to.
There are many ways to use Instagram. From mini-portfolios to online scrapbooks, the way one chooses to use Instagram reflects how they see the world and how they want the world to see them.
Only 40% of Millennials identify by their generational label. Why is this?
Social networks provide us with a psychologically dangerous and consistent stream of visual reminders of how we could be spending our time. This fear of missing out results in feelings of inadequacy, jealousy, and anger.