This past semester I had the opportunity to take a newly-offered module on the subject of social media and health. The class focused on how people tend to use social media to access health information, as well as tools for health professionals to manage both social media strategies and campaigns, and analyse those campaigns. The … Continue reading Health, Social Media, and 3 Lecturers
On completion of my journey through Ronson’s So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed (2015), I find myself contemplating the usefulness of public shaming once again, but this time from the perspective of one who joins those doing the shaming. There was a point made in the book about feedback loops—essentially, these are moments in which you … Continue reading Public Shaming: What About Those Who Shame?