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Adriana Manago has picked a doozy of a topic for her academic research.
A new assistant professor at Western Washington University, she is studying the impact of Facebook and other social media on the social development of young people.
It's a topic that generates strong opinions, from people who see the Internet fostering nimble thinking well-suited to an emerging new world, to parents and others who worry the Internet is raising a generation of youths trapped in a digital bubble with Neanderthal social skills.
Manago was the featured speaker at a community talk last week sponsored by Western's Department of Psychology for its Family Academy lecture series. Another talk in the series will be held later this spring, with a topic and date to be determined.
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