Dating and Relationships in the Digital Age

Year of production: 2020

Image is illustrative. By Karsten Winegeart on Unsplash.

Pew Center’s report on dating and relationships in the digital age is an interesting read for anyone, as navigating technology and relationships is a pretty universal topic. The research was conducted in October 2019 amongst 4860 adults in the US. Dealing with issues like whether smart phones take away attention from their partners, whether they look through their partners’ phone without their knowledge and how romantic photos of others on social media make them feel. A great read for self-reflection as well as educating others.


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