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Closed Facebook groups offer respite for stressed-out women. But running them involves yet more unseen labour

By Catherine Archer, Senior Lecturer in Strategic Communication; social media researcher, Murdoch University
Amy Johnson, Lecturer, CQUniversity Australia
Leah Williams Veazey, Postdoctoral Research Officer, University of Sydney
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Many women use closed Facebook groups as an outlet for their fears and frustrations and stresses with life during a pandemic. But running these groups takes a lot of work, and comes with legal risks.

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