Dr. Jennifer W. Shewmaker

Parent, Teacher, Author

Social media & identity: Developing wholeness in a connected world

In the past couple of years I’ve presented several times about the concept of social media and identity, with the focus on wholeness in a connected world. In particular, these presentations have focused on spiritual wholeness, asking, what are the challenges and benefits that connectedness can present to emotional and spiritual wholeness?

If you’d like to listen, here’s a recording of my presentation at ACU’s Summit called Social media and identity: Developing wholeness in a connected world.

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