Digital Literacy: Mobile Telephony and Gratification Theory in Personal Relationships

Digital Literacy

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2 thoughts on “Digital Literacy: Mobile Telephony and Gratification Theory in Personal Relationships

  1. Nice Job, Rachel! I do agree, we are living in an age where everyone is clued to their devices, whether they mean to or not. We’ve become fixated on touching our devices and having them near. It’s sad in a sense because I find myself amongst many who can’t seem to leave the phone at home or be away from it too long. In fact, I use the alarm clock on my I-phone as an excuse to keep it near me in the bed. Sad, I know. I might need to consider therapy! 🙂 Nice job! 🙂

    1. Thank you for the kind comments! And, I would like to add, if you need therapy for the alarm-clock excuse then I will be right there in the session with you! Our dependence on these devices are amazing and a little disturbing as well.

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