Felicia Wu Song
Felicia Song is a cultural sociologist who studies the place of digital technologies in contemporary life. Having trained in history, communication studies, and sociology from Yale, Northwestern and University of Virginia, her research is oriented around the rapidly evolving digital technology industry and how the adoption of social media and digital devices fundamentally alters the landscapes of family, community, and organizational life. She is author of "Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, Presence, and Place in the Digital Age (Intervarsity Press Academic, release date: November 2021)and "Virtual Communities: Bowling Alone, Online Together (Peter Lang 2009). Dr. Song's prior research has included studies of expectant women's online information-seeking habits and the evolution of "mommy bloggers" as social media professionals. She regularly speaks on digital practices, social media, the digital media industry, parenting in the digital age, and spiritual formation at universities and colleges, churches, schools, parent groups, and conferences. Find out more at: Feliciawusong.comRead more Read less
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