Baptiste (2001). Educating lone wolves: Pedagogical implications of human capital theory.

“Human capital theorists treat people as _homo economica_: radically isolated, pleasure-seeking materialists who are born free of social constraints or responsibility, who possess no intrinsic sociability, and who are driven, ultimately, by the desire for material happiness and bodily security. They assume that these desires are fundamentally the same for all people across space and time (stable preferences), and they believe that each individual will at all times attempt to maximally fulfill those hedonistic desires (maximizing behavior).” (p 195)

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Blankenship (2011). How Social Media Can and Should Impact Higher Education.

“Attention: The ability to know where and when to place one’s attention when navigating … We must be trained in how to decide what deserves our attention, or we will become overwhelmed and distracted.” (p 42)

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