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“Cancel culture” isn’t just an online phenomena, it’s has real-world implications for teens.

Nov 04 2019

“Cancel culture” isn’t just an online phenomena, it’s has real-world implications for teens. The term “cancelled” is more than just a word to young people—it’s now considered a label, and a way to treat someone who has offended you. Some describe cancelling (which one student says was “spawned for YouTube”) as a way to hold someone accountable for problematic behavior, from playing R. Kelly’s music to casually using problematic jokes and racial slurs. Cancelling someone can mean ignoring or ostracizing them, and many say that it’s a norm in schools, affecting relationships and reputations. (NYT)