By understanding why we think, feel, and act the way we do, we can work to better ourselves and make meaningful change on the journey to recovery and transformation.
According to the 2023 State of Mental Health in America report, in the United States, there are 350 individuals for every one mental health provider.
Digital Rhetoric is a method of informing, persuading, and inspiring Transformative Action through digital media distributed via the Web.
Media Theory explores the effects of new forms of digital media on the changing relationship between Digital Self, technology, and Digital Society.
Contract for the Web advances nine principles to keep society on track to achieving a safe, free, and open web.
Cyborgology can be explored from a perspective of Digital Self or Digital Society, where the former examines self-identity and the latter considers the consequences for society as a whole.
In the Digital Society, every aspect of Digital Self is affected by Social Technology.
Digital Self does not imply a separation of physical and digital parts but instead provides a means to explore how Social Technologies and their related practices affect how individuals see their physical and digital selves in relation to Digital Society.
Cybertheory considers how relationships between technology, Digital Self, and Digital Society affect communication, civic discourse, and the development of ideas.
Surveillance Capitalism uses the perpetual digital distraction of Social Technology to mine users’ experiences in order to predict and shape their behavior.