The study provides insights from a Belgian investigation into grandparents' motives and online privacy in grandsharenting on social media.
How does Islamic pop psychology in Turkey blend gender roles with advice for marital happiness? Is this approach empowering or reinforcing inequalities?
Did sheet music in the early 20th century resemble today's social media, sharing trends, humor, and stories? Jitney Bus songs humorously captured the emerging car culture and its impact.
Did COVID-19 exacerbate anti-Asian racism in the US, linked to media exposure and historical biases? Combatting such biases necessitates media scrutiny.
Digilantism, a new form of internet vigilantism, involves punishing perceived wrongdoings online, with selfies at Holocaust sites facing scrutiny on Instagram.
What drives the descendants of Holocaust survivors to visit sites associated with the Holocaust - a research from Sapir Academic College & Rosen College of Hospitality Management.
Can robots build Intimate connections through self-disclosure? A study suggests people engage in intimate conversations with robots, but it may not lead to favorable attitudes. Gender and intimacy level affect the likability of the robot.
Prioritizing sustainability in media production via certification and anticipating regulation requires collaboration among educators, industry, and regulators.