When the internet steals our daughters, mothers turn cyborg.

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Jaqueline McLeod Rogers is an Associate Professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Communications at the University of Winnipeg, an urban campus in the middle of the Canadian Prairies. She has two daughters (Hartley and Morgan), who keep [her] growing, and has learned about technology and other things from talented research assistants, “student-daughters” (Maggie, Marissa, Alison, and Allison). She has recently published several creative non-fiction articles in Writing on the Edge, and academic articles on topics such as narrative theory, research methods, and Margaret Mead.



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