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How to enjoy a digital detox over Christmas

A digital detox this Christmas could give people the opportunity to interact more with their family. Image: Alex Moiseev/Unsplash

Brad McKenna
Associate Professor in Information Systems, University of East Anglia
Wenjie Cai
Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality, University of Greenwich
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