Consent is a buzzword. We expect young adults to understand what it looks like and how to communicate it. In order to do that, we need to teach it at a younger age, but telling kids simply to ask permission or to stop if a […]
A paper called “The Economic Effects of Facebook,” which was published this week in the journal Experimental Economics, examined 1,769 Texas A&M undergrads in 2017. The students were split into two groups: one that never accessed Facebook for a week and another that kept on using the site.