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Can you unplug from your mobile device and not feel anxious? If not, you're in the majority — Americans are more tied to their personal technology than ever. The latest statistics from the Pew Research Center reveal that 69 percent of adults use social media, and three-quarters of those look at Facebook at least once a day. Is that troubling? Matthew Sopha, clinical assistant professor of information systems in the W.P. Carey School of Business says asking that question is becoming more urgent.
Reduced federal marketing dollars, a shortened enrollment period and regularly scheduled website blackouts are just a few of the recent actions taken by the Trump administration that may discourage Americans from obtaining health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplaces. Despite repeated attacks over the years, the ACA has demonstrated “unexpected resiliency,” according to Swapna Reddy, clinical assistant professor, and Matthew Speer, faculty research associate, of the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University. ASU Now spoke with Reddy and Speer to learn what the administration’s recent decisions mean for health care access, affordability and coverage.
Over the last decade, the reality of mass shooting has escalated. In 2018 alone, the country has already faced some two dozen school shootings. These senseless acts of gun violence, often committed by young people, have created enormous fear and insecurity for parents, teachers and students alike. In an effort to assess the many angles of this multifaceted issue, explore ideas from across the political landscape and search for solutions, we asked nearly a dozen ASU experts from a wide variety of fields to share their insights.
Associate Professor, School of Transborder Studies Policy
EXPERTISE: Planning along the border and issues related to drug cartels and immigration
Professor, School of Life Sciences
EXPERTISE: Fires, the history of exploration, environmental history
Founding Director and Professor, School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership
EXPERTISE: Politics and Civility
Got a Minute? Paul Carrese on Civility
Director, ASU Global Security Initiative; professor of practice, Fulton Schools of Engineering
EXPERTISE: The complexity of global security challenges, diversity in cybersecurity, app user privacy issues, security issues related to climate change
Got a Minute? Nadya Bliss on Geeks
Nadya Bliss on Women in STEM
January 14, 2019 | Wall Street Journal
January 9, 2019 | The Chronicle of Higher Education
January 8, 2019 | NBC News