The Happiness Effect : How Social Media Is Driving a Generation to Appear Perfect at Any Cost (Reprint)

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The Happiness Effect : How Social Media Is Driving a Generation to Appear Perfect at Any Cost (Reprint)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 339 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780190054670
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Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
Preface xiii
Introduction: Masters of Happiness 1 (15)
1 Is Everybody Hanging Out Without Me? 16 (27)
Comparing Ourselves to Others and the
Importance of Being "Liked"
2 The Professionalization of Facebook: (And 43 (20)
Why Everyone Should Keep Their Opinions to
Themselves)
3 My Name Is My Brand and My Brand Is 63 (18)
Happiness!
4 The Selfie Generation: Why Social Media 81 (23)
Is More of a "Girl Thing"
5 Performing for God: Religion On (and Off) 104 (20)
Social Media
6 Virtual Playgrounds: The Rise of Yik Yak, 124 (19)
the Joys of Snapchat, and Why Anonymity Is
Just So Liberating
7 An Acceptable Level of Meanness: The 143 (29)
Bullies, the Bullied, and the Problem of
Vulnerability
8 So You Wanna Make That Facebook Official? 172 (20)
9 The Ethics of Sexting: Tinder, Dating, 192 (17)
and the Promise of Mutually Assured
Destruction
10 My Smartphone and Me: A Love-Hate 209 (22)
Relationship
11 Taking a Timeout from the Timeline: 231 (19)
Students Who Quit Social Media and Why
Conclusion: Virtues for a Generation of Social 250 (19)
Media Pioneers
Taking Control of Our Smartphones: How Student 269 (14)
Affairs Professionals, Faculty, and Parents Can
Help Young Adults Feel Empowered with Respect
to Social Media and Their Devices
Acknowledgments 283 (2)
Appendix: Methodology 285 (16)
Notes 301 (32)
Index 333