to the discussion for
WEEK 2. Please respond in
complete sentences for each question, unless directed to do otherwise, demonstrating in your reply that you have read the material in order to receive full credit. AND ONLY USE THE MATERIALS PROVIDED
Topic 1: Social Media
This week, you watched
the Social Media Revolution 2019 #Socialnomics and read The Beginner’s Guide to Social Media.
As you review the multiple statistics that display in
Social Media Revolution 2019 #Socialnomics, and reflecting on what you read about social media, assess the impact of social media in your life.
What role does Social Media play in your life? Are you aware of the social media policies of the organizations where you work, attend school, or volunteer? Have you used social media to resolve problems, participate in a cause you are passionate about, or to learn about UMGC? How does Social Media impact your personal and professional communications?
Topic 2: Digital Humanitarianism
This week you also watched
Innovations in Humanitarian Relief (PBS online video)
In the wake of natural disasters and acts of terror, several tech companies are making an effort to improve traditional responses effort in humanitarian relief.
Do you think that humanitarian aid workers constantly need new ways of thinking, new products and new processes to better respond to disasters? Why or why not?
Topic 3: Cyber Psychology
This week you read: Cyber psychology and cyber behavior of adolescents-the need of the contemporary era
Cyber psychology evaluates how we interact with others using technology, how we can develop technology to best fit our requirements, and how our behavior and psychological states are influenced by technology. Cyber psychology applies psychological theory to explain how individuals interact in cyberspace and how these interactions might affect our offline lives. It offers a new way to define the self and society.
How does technology impact psychology? List
at least three advantages and
at least three disadvantages.
Question #2: Do you present yourself differently in different online spaces? In what ways are you different and in what ways are you consistent? Why do you think this is?
Please make sure you answer EACH item and LABEL each item (#1, #2, #3, etc) so that I can easily check that each item has been answered.
After you post your response, please review it to make sure it is
formatted correctly and is
easy to read.
Please find below the content and items you need to read this week.
The Beginner’s Guide to Social Media (PDF – 12 chapters)
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Welcome to The Beginner’s Guide to Social Media! Whether you’re new to social media or just looking to close a few
knowledge gaps, we’re glad you stopped by. By now, we’ve all heard how valuable—even essential—social media can be.
Whether your current sentiment leans more toward enthusiasm or trepidation, there’s no way around the fact that social
media is a far more complex field than it first seems. Diving in without a sense for what it’s like can be overwhelming, and
building a network that provides real value takes both savvy and hard work, but fear not—we’re here to help! We hope you’ll
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What is social media?
“Social media” is a way for people to communicate and interact online. While it has been around since the dawn of the
World Wide Web, in the last 10 years or so we’ve seen a surge in both the number and popularity of social media sites. It’s
called social media because users engage with (and around) it in a social context, which can include conversations,
commentary, and other user-generated annotations and engagement interactions.
Publishing content has become exponentially simpler over the last several years, which has helped skyrocket the use of
social media. Non-technical web users are now able to easily create content on a rapidly growing number of platforms,
including those that are owned (hosted communities, blogs, etc.), rented (social networks or third-party communities), and
occupied (commenting, contributing, etc.). Today’s web has shifted from a “one-to-many” to a “many-to-many” method of
engagement, and we’re loving it.
For businesses, the shift in web consumerism and accompanying rise in social media brings both opportunity and
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