Frequent Texting, Social Media Use Could Lead to Moral Shallowness

Frequent texting and rapid-fire use of social media could be leading us down a perilous digital path toward “moral shallowness.” Canadian Researchers asked undergraduate students to rank the importance of dozens of life goals. They found those who regularly texted or were constantly tethered to social media typically cared more about image and hedonism than about goals related to morality. They were also less likely to engage in self-reflection.

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