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How Sarah Baartman’s hips went from a symbol of exploitation to...

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Benjamin Kaveladze, University of California, Irvine Aristotle called humans “the social animal,” and people have recognized for centuries that...

Instagram’s redesign shifts toward shopping – here’s how that can be...

Nazanin Andalibi, University of Michigan Recently, when I opened Instagram, I noticed that the usual spot for checking notifications is now a Shop tab. The...

Why Facebook antitrust case relies so heavily on Mark Zuckerberg’s emails

Rebecca Haw Allensworth, Vanderbilt University Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s own words play a starring role in the government’s case to break up his social network. “It...

Socialism is a trigger word on social media – but real...

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‘Quarantine envy’ could finally wake people up to the deep inequalities...

Jessica Rosenfeld, Washington University in St Louis In recent months, mental health experts have been drawing attention to what they’ve dubbed “quarantine envy.” Many people, they...

How fake accounts constantly manipulate what you see on social media...

Jeanna Matthews, Clarkson University Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of...

Even after blocking an ex on Facebook, the platform promotes painful...

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