Digital technologies impact our society, culture and the self. They shape all aspects of our everyday lives and become interconnected with social relations, labour markets, education, health, security, recreation and other areas of the social world. We have seen changes in the way public services, consumption, and transportation are delivered through digital mechanisms such as apps and digital platforms. This brings positives but many challenges remain such as the rise of fake news, cybercrime, misinformation and inequalities generated by digital technologies. This area of Concentration Studies aims to introduce students to a variety of topics informed by sociological theory and methodology and help them to make sense of the digital society to make a better future.