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Genealogy has surged in popularity among the average person, driven by the accessibility and intrigue of exploring one's roots. This increased interest can largely be attributed to the availability of user-friendly genealogical websites and apps that guide users through the process of building family trees and uncovering historical records. Television shows and documentaries that delve into the ancestral backgrounds of celebrities have also played a significant role in popularizing the field, sparking curiosity about one’s own familial history. The popularity of social media has spurred many people to become interested in their own ancestral background. Additionally, the affordability and ease of DNA testing kits allow individuals to gain insights into their ethnic backgrounds and connect with biological relatives they may have never known otherwise. These factors combine to make genealogy not just a hobby for dedicated historians, but a fascinating and accessible pursuit for anyone interested in their family's past.


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In a recent Trend article, Pew Research Center’s Director of Internet and Technology Lee Rainie analyzes the infusion of digital technology into everyday life, and raises questions about quality and …


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Katie Paciga, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Education at Columbia College Chicago. She teaches courses in Language Development, Children’s Media and Technology, and Early Reading and Writing Methods. Her …

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