Social media and communication.

  • D. Isaacs
  • Published 2014 in Journal of paediatrics and child health

Abstract

There can be few things more presumptuous than a selfconfessed technophobe writing an editorial on social media. However, it is impossible to ignore the effects of social media on communication. World-wide, the vast majority of children use social media to communicate with their peer group. In addition, social media has an important role in health… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jpc.12555

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