Alexandra Weilenmann, Mikael Wiberg
As many of us now spend entire days online to communicate with colleagues, teachers, friends, and relatives, it is hard to remember that only recently we were in the midst of a heated screen-time debate in both the media and research. Instead, constant connectivity, or constant screen time, are now the dominant modes for many people in these days of the new normal. Insights In this article, we revisit the screen-time debate and look at the reconfiguration of our social relations—in particular how our relationships to screen time have changed over the past 18 months. We explore these…
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