restricted access   Volume 71, Number 2, Summer 2015

Table of Contents

Editors' notes

Adler’s Unlimited Universe

pp. 89-101

Mim Pew (1926–2014): Beloved Colleague and Friend to Many around the Globe

pp. 101-102


Generation Z: Technology and Social Interest

pp. 103-113

When Your Smartphone Is Too Smart for Your Own Good: How Social Media Alters Human Relationships

pp. 114-121

Cybersocial Connectedness: A Survey of Perceived Benefits and Disadvantages of Social Media Use

pp. 122-134

The Impact of Social Media on Personal and Professional Lives: An Adlerian Perspective

pp. 135-142

From Netthinking to Networking to Netfeeling: Using Social Media to Help People in Job Transitions

pp. 143-154

Adlerian Counseling in a Virtual World: Some Implications of Internet Practice for the Development of Gemeinschaftsgefühl

pp. 155-162

New Problems in Today’s Technological Era: An Adlerian Case Example

pp. 163-173

Social Interest, Empathy, and Online Support Groups

pp. 174-184

Online and Phone Therapy: Challenges and Opportunities

pp. 185-194

Ethical Implications of Trends in Technology

pp. 195-204

Student Forums

Serious Reading, Internet, and the Development of Social Interest

pp. 205-213

Internet and Faith

pp. 214-220

The Debate Goes Digital

pp. 221-228