Don’t Poke Me: Professors’ Privacy In The Age Of Facebook

  By Rich Russell Before seeing the new movie The Social Network this past weekend, I first read the article on co-founder Mark Zuckerberg in The New Yorker. His own Facebook profile is quoted in the piece: “I am trying to make the world a more open place.” But an open world does not necessarily mean a more connected one. I had my two face-to-face classes of College Writing this semester read and discuss a recent report that social networking might be impairing the ability of college stuonline dents to empathize; of course, my students’ first complaint was that it is […]
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