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The Video and Social Media Daily

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The Video and Social Media Daily, by Conrad Weaver: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (RT @conjostudios: The Video and Social Media Daily is out!
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4 Real-Time Lessons from a Viral Social Media Crisis | Social Media Today

4 Real-Time Lessons from a Viral Social Media Crisis | Social Media Today | Social behaviors | Scoop.it
What would you do if you woke up one morning, looked at your Facebook page, and saw hundreds of angry comments about your brand surrounding a thoughtless comment made by an employee?
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How people get your passwords

Think for a second about all of the data you have stored online. You have an email account. You probably have an online bank account. You may even pay your c...

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I am going to use this Youtube video to show how easy it is for people to get your passwords
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Why Generation-Y Can’t Read Nonverbal Cues

Why Generation-Y Can’t Read Nonverbal Cues | Social behaviors | Scoop.it

"Communication tools focused on the written word could be leaving younger people adrift when faced with body language."

 

Through the use of social media, this article claimed that Generation Y is losing their ability to act appropriately in a social, face-to-face setting. The author explained that this generation of digital natives are expressing themselves with smiley faces via text message and Facebook chatting. Since the person they are talking to is in some other location, the digital native is usually slumped and staring at a screen. The author is trying to prove that Generation Y needs to be taking cues from older generations from now on. Since the previous generations did not grow up with texting and the Internet, teens today should be learning how to properly compose themselves when talking to someone face-to-face. I thought this article was interesting because it brought in the perspective of employers and what they see when interviewing and talking to grown students who are trying to assimilate into the ‘adult’ world.


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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:48 PM
I am going to use this website to show how social media can lower kids' social skills
Tami Yaklich's comment, March 27, 2013 11:14 AM
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Katie Maguire's curator insight, July 3, 2013 4:45 PM

This makes sense to me. I rememeber when i was a teenager and AIM was all the rage. When I liked a boy and was too nervous to talk to him, it was much easier to instant message him. We pride ourselves on being technologically savy, but maybe it will be harming us more than we realize in the long-term.

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Pros and Cons of Social Networking

Pros and Cons of Social Networking | Social behaviors | Scoop.it

Proponents of social networking sites argue that these online communities promote increased communication with friends and family, familiarize people with valuable computer skills, and allow contact with people from around the world.


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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:42 PM
I am going to use this article to show the pros and cons of social networking
Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:42 PM
It is from a .org website
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Cyber bullying victim urging others to think twice - News1130

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PITT MEADOWS (NEWS1130) – A plea from the young woman victimized at a rave in Pitt Meadows more than two years ago.

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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:39 PM
I am going to use this article to appeal to the audience's emotions and make them realize how real cyber bullying is.
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Internet Sex Addiction: Risk Factors, Stages of Development, and Treatment

Internet Sex Addiction: Risk Factors, Stages of Development, and Treatment | Social behaviors | Scoop.it

"As new users are more at risk to become hooked on online porn or adult sex chat rooms, this chapter presents a model that shows the progressive stages of development underlying Internet sex addiction and how the Internet enables sexually explicit behavior to develop."


Author: Kimberly S. Young

 

American Behavioral Scientist Sept. 2008 vol. 52 no. 1 21-37

 

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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:32 PM
This article is from The Center for Internet Addiction Recovery
Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:37 PM
I am going to use this article to show how improper use of the internet can lead to addiction
Jennifer Lynn's curator insight, November 25, 2015 8:38 AM

What’s alarmingly destructive pattern here is the easy access to Internet porn and the progressive stages of irreversible sexual addiction. There is so much porn content available on the net that we can never feel running short of it in any of the category, which leads to addictive behavior. The more intense it becomes, the more difficult it becomes to treat.

 

So, if you are aware that you are addicted to sex, stop allowing your sex addiction to ruin your personal life, finances, or career. Counseling is a powerful technique which can be a game changer. Yes, you will have to cooperate with your therapist and work hard to ward off this addiction.

They may even suggest complete abstinence from sex for as long as three months or so. There are various rehabs and in-house treatment programs you can go for. Try www.therapytribe.com, a great resource to find therapists and counselors in US, UK, Australia and Canada.

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Generational Divide in Torrington, Conn., Over Sex Assault Case

Generational Divide in Torrington, Conn., Over Sex Assault Case | Social behaviors | Scoop.it
Teenagers’ reactions to a statutory rape case in Torrington, Conn., percolate online, much to the dismay of older residents who would like their community to be known for its middle-class values.
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Protecting Children Online: Teachers' perspectives on eSafety | NFER

Protecting Children Online: Teachers' perspectives on eSafety | NFER | Social behaviors | Scoop.it

This report provides an analysis of the responses to questions from a bespoke NFER online teacher survey, using NFER's Teacher Voice Panel, for the DfE's Vital Programme (delivered by the Open University).

 

Covering the topics of e-safety, cyberbullying, pupil use of mobile phones and social networking, the survey found that:

 

Click headline to read more and access hot links to report and website--


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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 15, 2013 9:43 AM
The author is a public senator consultant with 26 years of knowledge and skill
Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 21, 2013 9:26 AM
From this article I am going to use the stats that they provide. In this article they say that about 81% of kids are e-safe at school and that 54% know how how to be e-safe at home. It also shares the stats on the % of teachers that think that the access of smartphones makes it a lot easier for kids to look at inappropriate things at school ( they also make it a lot easier). The last stat they give is the 91% of secondary teachers and 52% of primary teachers who know that their students have been cyberbullied.
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Not Not Communicating by Michael Rabby » Are Teens Hiding Behind The Screen?

Not Not Communicating by Michael Rabby » Are Teens Hiding Behind The Screen? | Social behaviors | Scoop.it

This article looks at a teenager’s personality when using social media. The author here aims at comparing social technologies and shyness among teenagers. A survey was set up to determine how much time teenagers spent on technologies and the teen’s feelings towards face-to-face communication. The results showed that there was ‘a connection between social introversion and socially interactive technologies.’ In a sense, if a teen doesn’t like interacting face-to-face, they are more likely to use social media. This survey, thus, shows that shy teens are being provided with comforting means of communication rather than having them practice in front of another human being. This article is interesting to me because it is showing the psychology of social media. Social media has become a problem for people who are shy and afraid to ‘be in public.’


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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:50 PM
I could use this website to show how kids are hiding there feelings behind a computer screen
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Prostitutes, Pimps And Pedophiles: The Dark Side Of Twitter - AllTwitter

Prostitutes, Pimps And Pedophiles: The Dark Side Of Twitter - AllTwitter | Social behaviors | Scoop.it

You’ve likely seen sketchy tweets or direct messages on Twitter, but what do you think happens when you click the accompanying links? What happens when your teen does?

Pedophiles have been publicly busted on Twitter more than once now and apparently prostitutes are soliciting on Twitter and Facebook as well.

“Online” is becoming a cesspool. Can anything be done to clean it up or should social networking sites consider upping the age to 18+?


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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:46 PM
I am going to use this article to show the dark side of social networking.
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Middle schooler says administrator bullied her into opening her Facebook account

Middle schooler says administrator bullied her into opening her Facebook account | Social behaviors | Scoop.it
A middle school student in the suburbs of Seattle is accusing a school administrator of bullying her in person in an attempt to nab another student he suspected of cyber-bullying. It's complicated.

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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:41 PM
I am going to use this news article to again show cyber bullying and what can come from it.
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Feds issue rules for social media and small screen ads — Twitter ...

Feds issue rules for social media and small screen ads — Twitter ... | Social behaviors | Scoop.it
Social media and small screens have led to new forms of marketing. In response, the Federal Trade Commission has updated its disclosure rules and provided 22 examples to explains what advertisers must do to avoid ...
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Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:36 PM
The author is Jeff John Owens. He studied social media.
Kiersten McGeary's comment, March 18, 2013 7:37 PM
I am going to use this article to show how big the media has on our society.