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2019/01 media, wellbeing, successful life

In times when we can be permanently online and connected to others via mobile devices, the question arises whether being permanently online promotes a good life or makes it difficult. The focus here is on the health-promoting and preventive aspects of salutogenesis1 and on the mindful, self-controlled and meaningful use of online media.

 

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