Mediating Sociability In The Post-Millennial Friendspace

Mediating Sociability In The Post-Millennial Friendspace

How will pervasive technology and social media change the youth of today?

Lisa Baldini
  • 21 july 2010

While many of us have grown up with computers, we have yet to have technology wholly mediate our social habits and experiences until now. In the post-millennial generation, this has become standard practice through ubiquitous Facebook usage and texting. This pervasive digital presence will surely have far reaching effects. The question here to ask is: how will the first generation whose social habits are formed through technological mediation change how we interact as a society?

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