Internet Use in Canada, the Let's Talk Campaign, and the Sociological Perspectives

Mobile phone use in Canada has increased over time. Bell Canada launched Let's Talk day in 2011 in order to respond to mental illness and have sought the help of Canadian citizens to further their campaign, that is, by using the #BellLetsTalk hashtag on social media. These implications are responded to by using these frameworks: functionalism, conflict theory, and symbolic interactionism.
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ISBN: 9781370388837
About Azure Ides-Grey

- B.A. in sociology (with a minor in philosophy) from the University of Saskatchewan
- News-writer and reviewer for Indie Vision Music
- Former editor for In Medias Res
- Somewhere between an INFP and an INTJ
- Music-maker for dalama jones
- Tetris and Peggle enthusiast
- Prone to making drawn out lists
- "All is vanity"

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