Justification:This article identifies the way Hello Sunday Morning ( HSM ) has changedand enhanced the development of online health interventions. This article showsthe way this activist organisation has used their technological advancements asaction to create identifiable social changeSummary:This article illustrates howdevelopments of online health interventions such as Hello Sunday Morning areinterrelated with making individuals feel more comfortable and reflect on theirchallenges (alcoholism) via their own home with the use of the organisationsdigital uses. Carah, Meurk & Angus (2017) explain how through research andpolls they held, that the privacy of participating on this HSM journey online wasa more comfortable and approachable way to engage in this organisation with thesample voting in agreeance (59.96%) by outlining how it makes individuals withthese types of issues feel less ashamed with themselves. Meurk (2017) describes the simple softwareused in this organisation and the ongoing colour scheme relaxes individuals andcreates a space for ultimate reflection which allows participants to understandwhat they will doing to improve. The authors all express how the wholeorganisation being heavily digital and online makes it a unique organisationwhich draws participants to engage and fully commit to all the online componentssuch as daily blog posts, private journals and goals every month.
The authorshave acknowledged certain limitations to this organisation as people in ruralareas who lack internet connections and may not be able to communicate or participatein this organisation. This article concluded with the authors illustratingtheir hopes about HSM “Flourishing and overcoming the issue at hand” ( Carah,2017)Critical Analysis:These various authors are individualswho work at the University of Queensland, majoring in this specific field, allwith PHDs. With these accomplishments it makes their work credible as they seemto have knowledge and understanding in this topic. The evidence they presentedto support their article was in depth due to all the different interviews,polls and research they conducted to come to a suitable conclusion. There seemsto be no possible bias within this article as all authors address thelimitations about an all online organisation. Other authors such as Edwards, Howard andJoyce (2013) also outline the effectiveness of digital activism such as HSM. Inconclusion, Carah, Meurk & Angus ( 2017 ) outlined the importance and effectivenessof activist organisation groups like HSM and how they have developed into apopular, open minded, successful organisation, helping to end alcoholism andall the issues that come with it.
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