Euripides ' play Medea functions as a social commentary to convince the Greeks that their view on the demeaning social status of women is flawed.
November is National College Application Month (yes, there is such a thing), and for millions of students–and their parents–urgent deadlines loom.
Fundamentally, our emotions haven’t changed, but social media is used to broadcast them more widely. Everybody thinks they ought to share,” said Chamorro-Premuzic.
Another issue researchers are studying is how social media can rapidly drive individuals to their “safe spot,” the place they’re most comfortable personally and ideologically, and close off opinions that are different from their core values and beliefs.
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If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box.When overused, it can reduce profound, complex emotions and issues into talking points and babble.“The perpetual need to overshare opinions and feelings does trivialize the expression of emotions over social media.It is not the same to lose a close friend than to change the profile picture of your page,” he told VOA.“Social media is an amplified, yet more superficial, version of spending physical time with a close friend.So, is social media a help or a hindrance in times of crisis and tragedy? Sharing and oversharing“With social media, we can now connect with millions of people, including strangers, remotely,” says Tomas Chamorro-Premuzi, a business psychology professor at University College London and Columbia University.“Such a connection is mostly digital, but human imagination enables us to experience empathy, what other people feel, even when they are far away and we don’t know them.”Chamorro-Premuzic says that social networks can function something like watching a sad movie: collectively, individuals can share their emotional responses together as part of a community.For those hurt or “unfriended” on social media in the wake of the tragedy, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic says the best thing to do is put yourself first.“There is no etiquette here if you are really hurt,” he said. Whether you dig it or not, Park Chan-wook’s perverse, confounding revenge fantasia “Oldboy” from 2003 is a hell of an experience the first time you watch it.It’s the story of Oh Dae-Su and the awful chain of carnage and horror that unfolds after he is released from the hotel room where he was imprisoned for fifteen years, but such a dry summary cannot capture the unhinged genius of the director’s method.The plot is an elegantly orchestrated series of escalating catastrophes, each more devastating than the last and inevitably building to one of the most freakish, depraved finales in film history.In response to a question about her favorite book, one of my students, a very high achiever from South Los Angeles, chose .It made for an essay that was easy to write and that seemed to reveal a few things about her: She was brilliant (which she was), she was studious (which she was), and she would do well in college (which she would, and did).