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This essay points to a global problem evident in the field of ‘Internet Addiction’. Heavy Internet use is positioned as problematic based on an outdated, self-selecting test, and an extraordinary amount of quantitative research that continues to perpetuate abnormality. The limitations of the research in this field are highlighted... read more...

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This report arises from a research project funded by the Australian Government Office of Learning and Teaching. The report draws on survey data examining 1658 undergraduate students’ uses of digital technologies for academic purposes.

Neil Selwyn has a new article published in Learning Media & Technology exploring the the relevance of C. Wright Mills’ seminal book ‘The Sociological Imagination’ to the study of technology and education. The argument...