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Effects Of Texting And Social Media Use On Teens

If you can't get your teen away from the computer and phone, a new report says you are not alone.
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Balancing the Advantages and Disadvantages of Student Social Media Use

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Another great post by Dr Justin Marquis: "There is no right or wrong answer about social media in our  educational systems. It is an evolving method of communication and one that is only more likely to gain acceptance and prevalence. Rather than rail against  it, it makes more sense to embrace it, minimize the negatives and teach  students new ways of engaging with social media, their instructors, and each  other that will support them in becoming connected learners with the skills to  become successful connected workers."

 

Read more on balancing the negatives and positives of social media use for students and how educators can leverage off this to improve student engagement and learning: http://www.onlineuniversities.com/blog/2012/10/balancing-advantages-disadvantages-student-social-media-use/


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The Effects and Impact of Mass Communication Technology on Society (An Analysis and Theory)

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The effects and impact of mass communication, and social media technology on society is analyzed in this article, which deducts a theory of the new realm of mass social communication.

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Risk Versus Reward: Why CEOs Don’t Go Social - Marketing Charts

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Senior executives whose CEOs use social media are extremely positive about the effects of their CEOs’ actions, per results from a study [pdf] by Weber Shandwick. However, many CEOs haven’t made the move to social media use yet, and the study results indicate that perceived risk is a key impediment. Senior executives with “unsocial” CEOs were asked the reasons why their CEO does not participate in social media, with almost one-third responding that it’s too risky. That was one of the top barriers, slightly behind social not being typical for the region or industry (35%), the CEO seeing no measurable return on investment (34%), and a lack of demand for the CEO to do so (34%).


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CYDigital's curator insight, June 4, 2013 11:19 AM

Combine the lack of ROI and the "too risky," and this makes sense: why would a CEO want to put himself/herself out there if there is risk with an unknown upside? It's not about being unsocial, but about being risk adverse, especially in this litgious environment.


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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Student Social Media Use

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"In "Only Disconnect," Andrew Reiner, writing for The Chronicle of Higher Education, lamented the state of American youth, particularly their preoccupation with social media. By the end of his article, Reiner advocated for social media Sabbaths, in which students would disconnect from their networks in order to more deeply engage with each other and their academic pursuits. While there are certainly negatives that can be associated with social media overuse, it is also a valuable part of the way our society functions."


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