USC Dornsife professors across the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences discuss different perspectives on the selfie, Oxford Dictionaries "Word of the Year."
topics: anthropology, brain and creativity institute, craig stanford, david albertson, gender studies, karen sternheimer, karen tongson, mary helen immordino-yang, oxford english dictionary word of the year, psychology, religion, selfie, sociology
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