Digital innovations, such as mobile technologies, have had a significant impact on the way people relate to one another, as well as the way they obtain and distribute information. As mobile devices continue to evolve, it has become easier to socialize; however, these mobile advancements have also made certain aspects of interaction more complex.
The Handbook of Research on Human Social Interaction in the Age of Mobile Devices features an interdisciplinary perspective on mobile innovations and the use of this technology in daily life. Investigating the successes, issues, and challenges of the utilization of mobile technology, this handbook of research is a comprehensive reference source for professionals, educators, policymakers, and students interested in the impact these devices have on digital interaction, media, and communication.
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Editor Xiaoge Xu offers a collection of academic essays focused on the impacts of digital innovations and mobile technologies on human social interactions in a variety of contexts. The selections focus on government interaction, youth socialization, social media, public relations, journalism and mobility, mobile marketing, politics, mobile learning, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
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