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Visão de Mercado: Portugal goleado pela Alemanha; Selecção Nacional demonstrou que não pertence ao campeonato dos germânicos e nunca conseguiu superiorizar-se no jogo; Erros de Pepe (expulsão infan...

Visão de Mercado: Portugal goleado pela Alemanha; Selecção Nacional demonstrou que não pertence ao campeonato dos germânicos e nunca conseguiu superiorizar-se no jogo; Erros de Pepe (expulsão infan... | Comunicação social | Scoop.it

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Rock in Rio Lisboa apresenta cartaz do Palco Vodafone

Rock in Rio Lisboa apresenta cartaz do Palco Vodafone | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
A Vodafone e a organização do Rock in Rio-Lisboa, apresentaram esta manhã, num hotel de Lisboa, o programa do Palco Vodafone, uma das novidades da edição 2
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Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014 - Vodafone Patrocinador Principal

Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014 - Vodafone Patrocinador Principal | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
O maior festival do mundo em Portugal com Vodafone Patrocinador Principal do Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014.
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Vítor Maia's curator insight, April 22, 2014 8:10 PM

A Vodafone é o principal patrocinador do Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014. Devido a este patrocina pela 1ª vez existe um Palco Vofadone que irá receber inúmeros artistas. Além disso, os utilizadores desta operadora têm a oportunidade de ganhar bilhetes para o festival.

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Primeiros ciberjornalismos de proximidade - JORNALICES | coisas ...

Primeiros ciberjornalismos de proximidade. 31 Dec 2011. Marcador(es): Jornalismo, Media. TERÁ sido o primeiro jornal regional em Portugal a transpor conteúdos para a Internet. Já lá vão 15 anos.

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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? | Comunicação social | 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
Tami Yaklich's comment, March 27, 2013 11:14 AM
Source credibility?
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Twitter brings its Alerts service for emergency communications to the UK and Ireland

Twitter brings its Alerts service for emergency communications to the UK and Ireland | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
In September, Twitter launched Twitter Alerts in the US, Japan and South Korea, a feature that gives users important and accurate information from credible organizations during emergencies, natural disasters, or moments when other communications...

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Habermas e o Grilo falante (II)

Habermas e o Grilo falante (II) | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
Todas as notícias que marcam a actualidade ao minuto, no seu jornal Expresso.

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Jürgen Habermas lamenta a "timidez" política para esfriar o poder económico

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Jürgen Habermas lamenta a "timidez" política para esfriar o poder económico

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Filósofo Habermas alerta para exigência dos cidadãos de uma "democracia directa"

Filósofo Habermas alerta para exigência dos cidadãos de uma "democracia directa" | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
O filósofo alemão Jurgen Habermas afirmou hoje, em Lisboa, que no mundo ocidental há uma apatia e um distanciamento em relação aos políticos e há uma exigência, por parte dos cidadãos e grupos de protesto, de uma democracia direta.A convite da...

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Video: Pontos de Venda Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014

Video: Pontos de Venda Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014 | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
Descobre quais s o os pontos de venda em Portugal onde podes comprar o teu bilhete para o Rock in Rio Lisboa 2014....watch video.

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Rock in Rio quer ficar “para sempre” em Portugal

Rock in Rio quer ficar “para sempre” em Portugal | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
A história do maior festival do mundo, suas ações sociais e tudo que gira em torno do Rock in Rio.
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Why there's reason to be optimistic about journalism's future

Why there's reason to be optimistic about journalism's future | Comunicação social | Scoop.it

Caroline Little, CEO CEO of the Newspaper Association of America (NAA), says despite what cynics say, the future of newspapers is bright. In an article published Friday, she shared some NAA research:

 

"Our audience has grown with the shifting digital landscape, and we’re seeing increased levels of audience engagement and new avenues of consumption. We made the first gain in circulation revenue since 2003, with revenue rising by 5 percent — from $10 billion to $10.5 billion — as digital subscriptions grew dramatically.

 

The number of unique visitors engaged with U.S. newspaper digital content hit a new high in September 2013, totaling 141 million adults — an impressive increase of 11 percent since just June. We’ve changed with the times to fit the needs of our audience, from print to website to tablet to mobile, adapting our content and strategies for delivery. And it’s working. Across all digital platforms, 71 percent of adults in this country engage with newspaper content, and 55 percent of those visitors consume newspaper content on mobile devices"....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 5, 2014 10:50 AM

a few traditional media with deep pockets adapting but most are struggling to get digital. Changes to engage young readers including younger op ed writers and reporters is essential for the futurefuture.

Celeste Côté's curator insight, January 5, 2014 6:32 PM

A refreshing smidgen of encouragement amidst all the despair I keep reading about...

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Redes sociais e Educação: Manuel Castells dá sua opinião

Redes sociais e Educação: Manuel Castells dá sua opinião | Comunicação social | Scoop.it

Manuel Castells: As redes sociais não são algo à parte na vida dos jovens. Os jovens vivem nas redes sociais, nas redes  familiares, nas redes pessoais. Quando minha geração desaparecer, todo  mundo viverá nas redes sociais. Ou seja, no fundo, as novas formas de  existência, que incluem... Eu sempre comparo a internet com a  eletricidade. Na história, houve momentos em que apenas algumas pessoas  tinham eletricidade. Mas, a eletricidade é fundamental para a sociedade  industrial. Na nossa sociedade, a internet é a forma de comunicar, de  existir, de fazer qualquer coisa. Portanto, a questão é: os jovens, nas redes sociais, qual é a  característica especial das redes sociais que favorece ou dificulta a  expressão dos jovens? Eu diria que há uma conexão entre a cultura da  autonomia, que é a cultura fundamental da sociedade atual e,  principalmente, dos jovens, em relação às instituições e aos poderes da  sociedade. A prática das redes sociais na internet que materializam essa cultura da autonomia. É o próprio meio dos jovens e, portanto, é também o meio de aprendizagem.


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My Findings

Social Media has been one of the fastest growing aspects of the Internet. Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and other such means of communication are being used by millions all around the world each and every day. With the emergence of these websites, people now have easier means of communication through the use of a single website. Thus, through this ease, people are resorting to using the Internet and other such means of social media to communicate at an unprecedented amount. This is especially true for teenagers today, the people we call digital natives. Rather than speaking with someone face-to-face, picking up a telephone, or writing a letter, teens use the Internet for communication. This is where I raise my question. How has the lack of face-to-face communication on social network sites affected how teenagers personally communicate?


It has come to scientists’ and psychologists’ attention that by using the social media more than face-to-face communication, there could be possible fallouts for how a teenager will act in the future. Through my research, I have found that most researchers are quite inconclusive at the time. Results are either extremely negative or profoundly positive for a teenager’s demeanor in life. On a positive note, some studies have found that through social media, teenagers are bettering the way they communicate outside of social media. When they come face-to-face with someone, their communication skills are bettered because they have ‘practiced’ on the Internet. Studies have also shown that most people teens talk to through social media are actually their friends whom they have face-to-face conversations with on a regular basis. So, in a way, face-to-face communication has remained the same even with the emergence of social media.


Researchers have also found there are many negative aspects revolving around teens using social media and face-to-face communication. A few studies showed that by using social media more and more, teens are losing their ability to read non-verbal cues from other people. Emotion and intimacy are lacking with teens and the newer generation because they do not know how to judge how someone feels outside of the emoticons and slang phrases. In another study, psychologists believe that social anxiety is starting to result from heavy social media users. Teens are afraid to speak to others in public. They, in fact, use the internet to hide behind.


Overall, the answer to my question cannot be looked at with a concise response just yet. The era of social media users is still young. Years and years of studies need to be conducted until a final answer can be found determining whether the lack of face-to-face communication will affect teenagers. Right now, there are too many ideas regarding whether it is helpful or detrimental. In my opinion, as I find more and more articles talking about this topic, I believe the negative is overpowering the positive. Social media is going to affect the way we speak and compose ourselves out from behind the wall of the internet.


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Dom Cima's comment, March 11, 2013 2:22 PM
Researchers have discovered that there are many negative outlooks concerning teens using social networking and human interaction. Some studies show that the more often teens use social networking they are less likely to understand emotional signs from other people. This is a result of teens using slang words and emojis to show their emotions rather than displaying them in person. Also other researchers have found that teens that using social networking too much can lead to social anxiety. This means they are afraid to confront and talk to other people and would rather "hide behind" the internet to do so.
Dom Cima's comment, March 13, 2013 10:09 AM
Everyday millions of people go onto sites such as twitter and facebook. Thanks to these websites people can communicate with much less difficulty now. Because of this is so convient to use, people are taking advantage of it and using it to much, this mainly applies to teenagers. Teens would rather go onto one of these sites to communicate than write a letter, talk on the phone, or even talk to them in person.
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Let's Debate Social Media Communication Ethics

Let's Debate Social Media Communication Ethics | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
Social media communication tools and practices are beginning to mature, so it makes sense to discuss and debate values that underlie behavior.
Journalists, PR and advertising managers, and marketers must confront changing norms.

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Filósofo Jurgen Habermas em conferência em Lisboa - Cultura - Sol

Filósofo Jurgen Habermas em conferência em Lisboa - Cultura - Sol | Comunicação social | Scoop.it
A presença do filósofo alemão Jurgen Habermas e a apresentação de um estudo português sobre livro e leitura digital dominam a Conferência Internacional de Educação, hoje na Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian...

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Habermas: partidos europeus optam pelo oportunismo perante um desafio histórico - Internacional - O País - O Jornal da Nova Angola


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Filósofo alemão esgota conferência em Lisboa sobre democracia

Habermas diz que «os governos perderam a vontade e a força para intervir de modo a alterar o estado dos mais desfavorecidos»

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