What is sharenting?
. . .photos are not just a representation of affection, but photo taking was a practice of familial intimacy.
Professor Lisa Lazard looks the new digital phenomenon that is 'sharenting' and considers whether it's a product of narcissism or societal pressures of parenting.
Is the outpouring of grief we see on social media after a terrorist attack or the death of a prominent figure a sincere expression of emotion, or more to do with self-promotion?Read now ❯What effect is social media having on the way we mourn global tragedies?
What can family photos tell us about households, gender roles and emerging technology? Professor Gillian Rose explores her research on family photography, and how this work interacts with her own experiences.Watch now ❯Family photos and what they mean
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