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  • Website

    4. Advantages of unplugging

    2010

    “Studying was a million times more productive without the media distracting me with texts, calls, Facebook, email, games and other random internet sites.”

    In-text: (4. Advantages of unplugging, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: A Day Without Media. 2010. 4. Advantages of unplugging. [online] Available at: <http://withoutmedia.wordpress.com/study-conclusions/benefits/> [Accessed 9 December 2014].

  • Website

    4. Advantages of unplugging

    2010

    “I definitely picked up on more details and things about the people I live around that I had never noticed before.“

    In-text: (4. Advantages of unplugging, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: A Day Without Media. 2010. 4. Advantages of unplugging. [online] Available at: <http://withoutmedia.wordpress.com/study-conclusions/benefits/> [Accessed 9 December 2014].

  • Website

    Boran-Cohen, S.

    Edge.org

    2010

    that's about 1000 hours a year on email alone. I've been on email since the early 90s. Was that time well spent?

    In-text: (Boran-Cohen, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Boran-Cohen, S., 2010. Edge.org. [online] Edge.org. Available at: <https://edge.org/responses/how-is-the-internet-changing-the-way-you-think> [Accessed 13 December 2014].

  • Blog

    Jess, P.

    SOCIAL MEDIA AFFECT ON OUR BODIES AND SOCIAL CONNECT

    2010 - ptjess

    A family of 3 – mother and two teenagers sitting at a table after finishing their meal. All three were typing on their Blackberries with their head slouched down and silence between them.

    In-text: (Jess, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Jess, P., 2010. SOCIAL MEDIA AFFECT ON OUR BODIES AND SOCIAL CONNECT. [Blog] ptjess, Available at: <http://ptjess.wordpress.com/2010/08/30/social-media-affect-on-our-bodies-and-social-connect/> [Accessed 16 December 2014].

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    Slater, D. and Dourish, P.

    Social relationships and identity online and offline

    2008 - Paul Dourish

    The internet has posed the possibility of entirely new relationships and identities.

    In-text: (Slater and Dourish, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Slater, D. and Dourish, P., 2008. Social relationships and identity online and offline. 1st ed. [ebook] Paul Dourish, p.1. Available at: <http://www.dourish.com/classes/readings/Slater-SocialRelationshipsIdentity.pdf> [Accessed 3 December 2014].

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