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Social networking is continually slammed in the press for be psychologically and socially damaging....

Social networking is continually slammed in the press for be psychologically and socially damaging.

I'm not so sure. It's ubiquity is certain to create social change, but I don't think it's all change for the worse.

In fact, I believe that if designers, user experience experts, sociologists and psychologists collaborate, we have the potential to design better social relationships than the real-world ones we have now.

At the very least, we can create technology that helps people interact instead of separating them.

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  • Thank youRichard Seymour, Founder, Seymour Powell David DiSalvo; Ben Goldacre author Bad Science; Dr Robert Burton, neurologist; Dr GaryOliver Burkeman, The Guardian Small, Professor psychiatry and behavioural sciences at UCLA; Maggie Jackson author ofMark Granovetter, The Strength of Weak Ties Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the coming dark age. Four authors respond toRoss Dawson, Trends in the Living Networks the social networking controversy, Neuronarrative.Zeynep Tufecki, Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina Elana Premack Sandler, LCSW, MPH, Facebook, emotions and identity, Psychology TodayMalcolm Gladwell, A Small Change, The New Yorker Rosemary Joyce, professor of anthropology UC Berkeley, Facebook Users: More friends,Dr Stephanie Sarkis, Social Media, Psycholtherapy & Cyberbullying, Psychology Today closer friendsPamela Rutledge, PHD, MBA, Social Media Addiction: Engage Brain Before Believing, Sam Gustin, Social Media sparked, accelerated egypt’s revolutionary fire, WiredPsychology Today Nadia El-Awady, Tweets of an Egyptian RevolutionarySherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D. E-connections: Do Social Media Help or Hurt Our Beth Kanter, Social media for good and evil, strong ties and weak ties...Relationships? Psychology Today Michael Wu PHD, Community vs Social Network, LithiumJim Taylor PHD, Is Technology Stealing our (self) identities, Psychology Today Katie Scott & Heather Brooke, The revolution will be digitised, WiredElizabeth Donovan, Socializing to be thin: Facebook linked to Eating Disorders MobiThinking, Global mobile statisitics 2011Bridget Pilloud, A difference between Trey Pennington’s story and my story, Intuitive Eli Pariser, Where good ideas come from: the natural history of innovationBridge.Lady Susan Greenfield & David Derbyshire, Social websites harm children’s brains: Chilling And of course:warning from top neuroscientist, Daily Mail. Google Wikipedia! @jamesjefferson @equatoragency #smwgla
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