I think it is a good article and this is the age of technology. As far as substituting vs supplementing goes, well its par for the course really. What about the telephone? Does its existence cut down on the amount of face to face visits? Is the web-cam perhaps a tool which can replace phone contact instead? Not having face to face contact is not necessarily a bad thing. What about the beauty of teaching a child how to write a letter so they can share this with their grandparents? would anybody say 'this is a bad thing' I believe communications, in whatever form are good and people, for the most part will supplement them in the absence of personal contact and also substitute them for reasons of convenience. The important thing is that communication exists between families.
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