Personal Interaction in the Age of Technology

Since the rise of social media, people are constantly connected to each other through texting, posting, Snapchatting, and more. But studies show that in this age of technology, young people are feeling lonely and left out. Carolee McGrath sat down with Mark Pachucki, Assistant Professor of Sociology at UMass Amherst, to learn more about how technology has affected personal interaction.  

This story originally aired on April 10, 2019.