For Teenagers, the Internet Helps during Lockdowns — but It's No Substitute for the Outside World

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the creation — and evolution — of a new socio-technical environment around the world. Lockdowns across Canada spurred an unprecedented surge in online communication as people moved school, work and social lives online.

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