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Lore, podcast, spooky, listening, social media, Jenny Edwards, Kettle Mag
Three spooky podcasts you should listen to
Jenny Edwards looks at three spooky podcasts that are worth a listen.
social media, health, culture, Lauren Johnston, Kettle Mag
In defence of social media
With social media in the spotlight, Lauren Johnston pinpoints what it is that makes us feel bad and reminds us that networking sites are only what we make them.
Social media icons, mental health, Cameron Ridgway, Kettle Mag
The effect of social media on mental health
Cameron Ridgway considers the findings of a new report on the relation between social media use and mental health.
Brexit, EU Referendum, Young People, Social Media, Politics, Engagement, Kettle Mag, Helen Vipond
What we’ve Learned from Brexit: Young People, Social Media and Political Engagement
Helen Vipond discusses the effects of the Brexit vote with particular reference to the impact of social media on political engagement with young people.
Twitter, elections, social media, Lucy Slater, Kettle Mag
Can Twitter predict election winners?
Lucy Slater discusses the influence social media has over politics in the run up to the American election.
Instagram, social media, celebrities, privacy, Isabelle Miller, Kettle Mag
Social media: Unrealistic goals and lost privacy
Isabelle Miller considers the implications of social media platforms like Instagram on the privacy of celebrities.
Twitter, Sadiq Khan, London, victory, mayor, election, social media, kettle mag, Emily Davis
Twitter reacts to Sadiq Khan's London victory
Social Media Editor Emily Davis assesses Twitter's reaction to Sadiq Khan's London victory.
Rob and Helen, The Archers, social media, Naomi Duffree, Kettle Mag
The night The Archers broke Twitter
The domestic abuse storyline which has unfolded over the past two and a half years in The Archers finally came to head on Sunday night. And it was not only the Titchener family that broke down. Naomi Duffree finds out how Twitter reacted.
A4 Paper Challenge, shame, bodyshamers, fitness, eating disorders, weight loss, social media, Kettle Mag, Anais Ronchin
The A4 Paper Challenge: Four reasons to shame these bodyshamers
The unsettling weight loss trend receives huge backlash online. Anais Ronchin investigates.
Kanye West, stage, tweets, twitter, list, music, rap, social media, controversy, kettle mag, sian bradley
Here's some examples of when Kanye was the best thing on Twitter
Rapper, artist and fashion designer Kanye West is known for his outlandish and crazy remarks, but what are the best tweets the controversial star has made? Style editor Sian Bradley offers some of his best tweets to date.