Ppt on media revolution 7

The Negative Effects of Social Media

these social networks have on their user’s mental health? ” (7) The Impact of Social Media Cont. As parents, some of us may be increasingly worried about the negative effects that social media may have on our children. Others, may not be able to recognize/ interaction? 2. What impact do these social networks have on their user’s mental health? As we embrace this new social media revolution we should be mindful of the negative effects and hazards that come along with it. Sources 1. Beth. (2011, January 11/


9.1 © 2006 by Prentice Hall 9 Chapter The Wireless Revolution.

. THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Business Value of Wireless Networking Management Information Systems Chapter 9 The Wireless Revolution 9.7 © 2006 by Prentice Hall THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Companies can save on wiring offices, moving,/ are used for geographically dispersed organizations. THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Wireless Transmission Media and Devices Management Information Systems Chapter 9 The Wireless Revolution 9.9 © 2006 by Prentice Hall THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Devices for/


The Russian Revolution Ch. 5.3 – p. 315 Ch. 8.3 – p. 440 Ch. 9.2 – p. 473.

ideology 4. State control of: business, family life, religion, education, arts, media, housing, youth 5. Use of technology: propaganda & military 6. Terroristic security force/secret police to crush opposition 7. Other examples: Hitler’s Germany, Mussolini’s Italy, Mao’s China, Kim / then try to remove any trace of these people from the photographic archives, and so from the media. D. Stalin Seizes Control of Economy 1. Industrial Revolution 1928: 1 st 5-year Plan 1928: 1 st 5-year Plan –Rapid ind. growth /


18 th century Eighteenth century time of change in Europe- start of Industrialization, revolutions in France, America, birth of modern Democracy During.

and his painter, Jacques-Louis David Jacques-Louis David (1748- 1825): Country- France Media- oil on canvas Major Style and Contribution to Art head artist during the French revolution (napoleon’s portraits) allegorical paintings- symbolic of truths or generalizations about human nature subject/ involved in a violent uprising against their oppressors. Theodore Gericault Raft of the Medusa 1818-19, oil on canvas, 7.2m W x 4.9 m H, Louvre, Paris The Raft depicts an incident which became a political scandal. /


IRAN Part 1: The Making of the Modern State “This is the voice of Iran, the voice of the true Iran, the voice of the Islamic Revolution.” --Iran National.

run a week later  Candidates approved by Guardian Council  2005 Election disqualified 1,000 candidates (left only 7 to run)  2009 Election – Accusations/Protests about voter fraud The President  Qualifications:  Between ages /, town mayors & ambassadors The Bureaucracy  Headed by President  Grown since the revolution  Dominated by clergy  Most important ministries:  Culture and Islamic Guidance (controls media and enforces “proper conduct” in public life)  Intelligence (replaced shah’s SAVAK/


UKRAINE’S MEDIA FIELD: OVERVIEW Internews Ukraine.

the major deterrents of press development. And global financial crisis (see below). Online / Digital Publishing Monthly UAnet’s audience = 7,2 – 8 million users 2008 – annual audience growth – more than 30% Geographically, 57% of UAnet users today live / sources during the Orange Revolution, lost its positions for the past years. Major Media Groups KP Media KP Media – a media group, managed by Jed Sunden, a pioneer American businessman on Ukraine’s media market. In Ukraine KP Media owns Kyiv Post (a/


Unit 2 From Revolution to Republic By: Doug Day, Matt Wilson, Brian Jettinghoff, & James Mickey ED 639.

Textbook: Davidson, W. James, Stoff, M. B. American Nation. Needham: Prentice Hall, 1998. Chapters 5, 6, 7. Road to Revolution French and Indian War –This section covers the American aspect, conflict over the Ohio Valley, of the international war between England/ with reproducible activities. 17"h x 24"w. Mark Twain Media. ©2003. Continued… 12. Revolution (laserdisc) - New York trapper Tom Dobb becomes an unwilling participant in the American Revolution after his son Ned is drafted into the Army by the /


What is the role of mass media in our society? Provides:Found in…  Information  Entertainment  Advertising Print wise-  Magazines  Newspapers  Books.

Columns Editorials Newspapers Analyzing newspaper writing Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Deadlines have to be met! January 7, 1830 Big changes… Voice of the editorial page Reflects the viewpoint of a specific columnist: Bylines Syndicated Columnists/ as photocopy and fax machines, cassette tapes, radio and other media which, in their own day, empowered uprisings and revolutions.” Continued…  Referring to Libya, this piece says social media has been invaluable as a source of information about what is /


Travel Back in time to the American Revolution! OverviewOverview Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion CreditsIntroductionTask ProcessEvaluationConclusionCredits.

Museum lost all of the diaries of the most important people in the American Revolution! That’s where you come in! You will get in our brand new /://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/ articles/ushistory/thomasjefferson1.h tm. Check out a book from the media center about him. You will enjoy being me! Benedict Arnold Benedict Arnold played an /you can exceed the standard. rubric 6) Create your video using Window’s Movie Maker. 7) Present! 8) Think about your project and answer the questions on the conclusion page./


Chapter 7 Social Commerce. The Web 2.0 and Social Media Revolutions WEB 2.0 AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS –Representative Characteristics of Web 2.0 –user-generated.

7 Social Commerce The Web 2.0 and Social Media Revolutions WEB 2.0 AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS –Representative Characteristics of Web 2.0 –user-generated content (UGC) Various kinds of media content that are produced by end users and are publicly available –New Business Models WELCOME TO THE WEB 2.0 REVOLUTION The Web 2.0 and Social Media Revolutions social media/ goals within a target audience The Web 2.0 and Social Media Revolutions social capital A sociological concept that refers to connections within and /


Management Information Systems MANAGING THE DIGITAL FIRM, 12 TH EDITION TELECOMMUNICATIONS, THE INTERNET, AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY Chapter 7.

simple network 1.Client computer 2.Server computer 3.Network interface Card (NICs) with a unique MAC (Media Access Control) address – Can be built-in to the mother board 4.Connection medium – A telephone wire/more expensive – Passive RFID: Range is shorter, also smaller, less expensive, powered by radio frequency energy The Wireless Revolution CHAPTER 7: TELECOMMUNICATIONS, THE INTERNET, AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY © Prentice Hall 201151 Management Information Systems Radio frequency identification (RFID) (cont/


Before Reading_ MAIN About the Author James Surowiecki Industrial Revolution Richard Easterlin Group Discussion ● Born: 1967 ● Birthplace: Meridien, Connecticut.

domestic product 2. 预期寿命 life expectancy 3. 富裕 well off 4. 平均 on average 5. 永恒的课题 an eternal subject 6. 工业革命 Industrial Revolution 7. 突破性研究成果 groundbreaking work 8. 人类命运 human lot 9. 就 …… 而言 when it comes to 10. 普遍现象 a universal phenomenon Listening Comprehension Writing/ will continue to speed up our life. D) TV programs have made television a flawed media. Useful Expressions Optional Classroom Activities Picture Talking Proverbs and Quotations Listening Comprehension Writing Practice After Reading_2/


IRAN Part 1: The Making of the Modern State “This is the voice of Iran, the voice of the true Iran, the voice of the Islamic Revolution.” --Iran National.

run a week later  Candidates approved by Guardian Council  2005 Election disqualified 1,000 candidates (left only 7 to run)  2009 Election – Accusations/Protests about voter fraud The President  Qualifications:  Between ages /, town mayors & ambassadors The Bureaucracy  Headed by President  Grown since the revolution  Dominated by clergy  Most important ministries:  Culture and Islamic Guidance (controls media and enforces “proper conduct” in public life)  Intelligence (replaced shah’s SAVAK/


Sustainability Strategies Revolution Private Label Behaviour Inflation Established Markets Deflation Impact Social Media Growth Flat Lining Global Shopper.

GAINS Sustainability Strategies Revolution Private Label Behaviour Inflation Established Markets Deflation Impact Social Media Growth Flat Lining Global Shopper Attitudes Shopping Convenience Innovation Localisation Till Roll Big 4 Post Recession Media Priorities Penetration Myths /assigned placeholders! VALUE +5% VOLUME +18% BRANDED PRODUCE IS WORTH £291MN IN THE LAST YEAR Basket Size +6.8% Frequency +9.7% © Kantar Worldpanel 22 BRAND VALUE BRAND% CHANGE CATEGORY % CHANGE £108mn +10% -1.3% £59mn +4% +2% £/


GOVT 2301 The Freedom of the Press and the Media.

of the change: The news, which once was available occasionally, is now 24/7. Public officials were once able to conduct business in private – that is now / distinction worth noting Old Media New Media Old Media: Newspapers, Broadcast Television, Magazines. New Media: Anything digitized, blogs, social media. Old media has merged with new media, is there a real/ Revolutionary Press Described above. The press was used to argue about revolution. Arguments about the decision to revolt from Britain and to ratify a/


Www.freedomforallseasons.org 4/14/2017 the dark side of municipal corporations – how they take private property so they can take more private property.

www.freedomforallseasons.org The property tax lies – silent slavery – part 1 of 7 the beginning of the lies Property taxes go against the sovereignty of the American/especially taxing of the Citizens (“the children” vs. strangers.) The American first Revolution intent and success was also very clear that Americans were willing to fight, bleed/ of Taking (New) 31. Freedom From Park Takings (New) 32. Freedom From Mainstream Media Monopoly Lies (New) 33. Jacks Prose From The Heart 34. About Jack Jack Venrick /


Chapter 1 – A,B Computers and Digital Basics. Chapter 1: Computers and Digital Basics 2 All Things Digital  The Digital Revolution  Convergence  Digital.

computers, communications networks, the Web, and digitization 4 The Digital Revolution  Digital electronics use electronic circuits to represent data  Today, digital electronic devices include computers, portable media players such as iPods, digital cameras and camcorders, cell phones, /Bulletin boards  Chat groups  Blogs  Online social networks Chapter 1: Computers and Digital Basics 7 The Digital Revolution  A computer network is a group of computers linked by wired or wireless technology to share /


. Gerbera F1 Revolution®.

5”containers Ideal for growing in packs Very compact round shaped plants 3 to 7 (micro) flower stems/plant Very short crop time Supplied as SowEasy® seeds   Mini Revolution F1 Gerbera Red Formula Mix The new generation in genetically compact pot-Gerbera, succeeding/easily observed. Press finger on cell Wet -4 Water is not easily observed. When media is lightly touched, there is very little movement from top to bottom. Moist -3 Media is black but not glistening. To the touch, there is water, but virtually no /


Read/Write Web Revolution: Technology and Changes in the Classroom Application of Current and Emerging Technologies in the Classroom Dr. Steve Broskoske.

a blended course, many activities will be conducted online using various synchronous and asynchronous distance learning media.” Attendance and Participation Realize that some synchronous online activities will involve meeting online in addition / Virtual tools for learning Topics Class 7: Looking to the Future and Wrap-up – Experiencing a Virtual Learning Environment: Second Life – Class presentations – Evaluating current and emerging technologies Read/Write Web Revolution Mid 1400’s: Printing press. /


The American Revolution - 1754 - 1783: How Powerful Ideas Reverberate Through History Beth Dichter Northampton High School Soapstone Bullet Mold Picture.

we refer to hundreds of years later. Conclusion Continued What has learning about this revolution taught you about conflict and change, about the role of propaganda in the media? Do citizens today have the right to choose not to follow the rules / Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects (Grade 11-12) Research to Build and Present Knowledge 7.Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question) or solve a/


MCM 733: Communication Theory Chapters 8, 9. Ch 7:Emergence of Critical Cultural Theories… Limited effects and functionalism was criticized by Europeans.

media tends to reinforce the status quo because it is controlled by power elites who wish to maintain power and order – to the exclusion of disempowered groups Ch 7: Emergence of Critical Cultural Theories… Critical Theories are concerned with: – Countercultures – Pedagogy of the oppressed – Struggle against authority – Subversion of the known authority – Revolution/language and discourse. – They favour subversion over violent revolution Ch 7: Emergence of Critical Cultural Theories… Textual Analysis and /


Chapter 1 New Media Technology: An Industry Overview.

Information Superhighway zCreating a sexy robot zRailway zMexican revolution zLost in cyberspace zNew ways of writing and reporting Chapter 7 zRewriting the Editorial and Creative Process Rewriting: Creative and Editorial Process in Cyberspace zHypertext zMultimedia Communication zInteractive zMulti-user Networks zConcepts of Finality Rewriting: Creative and Editorial Process in Cyberspace zDesign in a new media product zInformation zPresentation zElectronic Publishing zShovel-ware zManagement/


Development of periodical press and other media in totality. L 6 Ing. Jiří Šnajdar 2014.

. 6 In the year 1848 was the censorship cancelled by law, but after repression of revolution ideas returned the state authority to well-tried methods. 7 The absolutist law of May 1851 was in December 1862 replaced with a liberal law, which/ from the May 1945 de facto did not exist any censorship. After the state revolution in February 1948 caught the communists together with authority also regulation and control of media. 10 The censorship appears in all societies – also in the most developed democracies./


Iran. Before the Revolution  In 19 th and early 20 th century, Decentralized system of enforcing Shari’a  Pahlavi dynastic rule from 1921—1979, Reza.

office  Zarurat, The Expediency Discernment Council introduced 1988 1979 Revolution After the Revolution  The ‘cultural revolution’ shut down universities to orient them religiously  Gender segregation,/frustrated with lack of social power of reformists  Political apathy by 7 th Majlis elections  Council of guardians disqualified half of the candidates/to limit ability to organize protests, and limit use of social media  Social media cost effective, and reaches more people—the young and educated /


J200: Journalism and Mass Media Journalism and the Digital Revolution.

WebTV; PDA; 3G; screenfrige;  Personal digital video recorder 11 J200 - Week © J.T.Johnson 1999-2003 _____________________________Fall 2003 Information Communication Revolutions  1st : Writing in 3500 B.C.  Transform knowledge into information  2nd : Printing in A.D. 1455  Knowledge/data/ 5.ProgrammingDramaticInformation-based 6.Programming Cost HighAll over the map 7.The IndustryMass MediaMolecular Media 8.The BusinessStableVolatile 9.Requirements SoundVisionary for SuccessmanagementLeadership 27 J200 /


1 Support Programmes for the European Audiovisual Sector MEDIA Programmes and Media Literacy European Commission - MEDIA Programme and Media literacy Unit.

2008Das Weisse Band - 2009 Palme d’Or 10 Cannes 2010 21 films supported by MEDIA selected in Cannes Official competition: 7 out of 19 films received MEDIA support Grand Prix du Jury Des Hommes et des Dieux Xavier Beauvois Best actress Juliette /the European industry to meet these costs Which reinforces US films competitive advantages The cost of adaptation Second Digital revolution Summary and conclusion 27 Booming number of services New ways of consuming Economic and financial crisis Shrinking sources /


Rococo-18 th century Eighteenth century time of change in Europe- start of Industrialization, revolutions in France, America, birth of modern Democracy.

and his painter, Jacques-Louis David Jacques-Louis David (1748- 1825): Country- France Media- oil on canvas Major Style and Contribution to Art head artist during the French revolution (napoleon’s portrait allegorical paintings- symbolic of truths or generalizations about human nature subject / involved in a violent uprising against their oppressors. Theodore Gericault Raft of the Medusa 1818-19, oil on canvas, 7.2m W x 4.9 m H, Louvre, Paris The Raft depicts an incident which became a political scandal. /


The Role of Social Media In the Arab Spring By Eric Newman.

11, 2011: Mubarek resigns as President of Egypt and hands over control of the country to the army. www.aljazeera.com The tunisian RevolutioN - The official number for unemployment in Tunisia is 13%, but international analysts say that it is far higher. - Tunisia has 3./posts in repressive regimes, such as Syria if they run afoul of the law. 7 - Iran has given Syria the technology and the knowhow to control and monitor the social media that was so successful in Tunisia and Egypt. 8 - Facebook has only 500,000/


Media Relations Helps With Fundraising! National 4-H Council October 27, 2011.

what 4-H is doing today 5. Debunks myths 6. Drives people to your website to learn more Media Relations & Fundraising 7 Golden Rule of Using Media Relations to Fundraise: In order to attract the right donor, you have to tell a strong and relevant story/4-H makes the best better. o 4-H is a leading organization in positive youth development. o 4-H is creating a Revolution of Responsibility in every community in America. Moving Forward – Reach Out! 32 Be persistent and build relationships over time….  E-mail/


Book review – The New Wellness revolution

we need a wellness revolution? 25 years later while giving a speech in the Midwest, the author realized that he was in the wrong profession September 7, 1996, he was getting ready to go onstage as the keynote speaker before 45,000/never will. What’s lacking with the Internet is the same thing that’s lacking with TV: it’s a passive medium Conventional advertising media are not effective at delivering “intellectually challenging information” – which is a euphemism for “new ideas”. TV is a very passive medium /


The Arab Spring Understanding the Revolutions of 2011 by Jack O. Goldstone The Post-Islamist Revolutions by Asef Bayat.

populations off with subsidies for key goods, such as electricity, gasoline, and foodstuffs. When combined with surveillance, media control, and intimidation, these efforts generally ensure that citizens stay disconnected and passive. The Sultanistic Regimes By following this/commission to divide the country into constituencies and oversee the poll, to be held in June. After Revolutions: Libya On 7 July 2012, Libyans voted in their first parliamentary elections since the end of the dictatorship of Muammar /


1 Explosive Growth of Media Enhanced Consumer Choice- Enhanced Consumer Choice- need for convergent regulation need for convergent regulation.

- need for convergent regulation need for convergent regulation 2 Explosive Growth of Media need for convergent regulation “Today as we enter the second digital revolution, the long heralded revolution has begun aided to the altar by the rise of the ever faster/ the home TV or mobile phone as the bridging device.”-Subgroup on Going Digital-Planning Commission. 2006. 7 Explosive Growth of Media need for convergent regulation The last ten months have seen intensive competition between digital CAS and DTH. IPTV/


Local Area Networking Chapter 8. Knowledge Concepts Components of a LAN Transmission media Transport Access methods Topologies Interconnection VLANs Switches.

multipoint circuits. Switched Ethernet The concept behind switched ethernet - and all switched media technologies - is simple; replace the LAN hub with a switch. Each computer/Protocol (PPP); Messages are frames PhysicalModem, telephone standards OSI Networking Model Layer 7 Application Layer 6 Presentation Layer 5 Session Layer 4 Transport Layer 3 Network Layer/ on hubs Routers link hubs Hierarchy of Routers Router Hub The Switching Revolution Switches Push Routers to the Edge Router still needed at the edge/


Political Science 4396 Dr. Arthur K. Smith Fall Semester 2006

Panama • Plus advisors to train Noriega’s armed forces • But U.S. invaded Panama in December 1989, and overthrew Noriega Exporting the Revolution, 1970-90 (7) ● Then came the “final blow,” the Nicaraguan elections of February 25, 1990 • Violeta Chamorro, a 60 year-old woman, / be denied political asylum and returned to Cuba • However, Elian’s relatives in Florida claimed him, and the U.S. news media made it a national story • Fidel was at first slow to pick up on PR potential of Elian, but after he caught /


Joseph Rene Corbeil, Ed. D

desktop videoconferencing a second look. Introduction Regenold (2005) suggests that a videoconferencing revolution is just over the horizon and lists several indicators: IP-based videoconferencing /The Right Tool at the Right Time The Goal - combine synchronous and asynchronous media to capitalize on the benefits of both modes. The Challenge - find ways to/ education courses (N = 39). 92.3% 69.2% 30.8% 7.7% Student Perceptions of Synchronous Communication This survey illustrates a trend in distance education /


The Great War Russia, the Revolution, and the United States World War I 1914-1918.

would inspire troops to fight (especially since Germans were on Russian soil). Russia and Two Revolutions By 1917, Russia had sustained the highest number of war casualties—an astounding 7.5 million dead or wounded. By 1917, Russia had sustained the highest number of war casualties/ we got into it). The CPI The CPI implemented “voluntary guidelines” (censorship) for the news media and helped push through the Espionage Act of 1917 and the Sedition Act of 1918. The CPI implemented “voluntary guidelines” (censorship) /


Russian Social Revolution Davos 2010 Denis E. Terekhov Managing partner of Social Networks Agency Russian Social Revolution Russia and CIS countries experience.

Terekhov Managing partner of Social Networks Agency Russian Social Revolution Russia and CIS countries experience a boom of marketing communications in the social media domain Russian Social Revolution2 Russian Social media landscape: Internet as we knew it a year ago/., 10, bld. 10, Moscow, Russian, 115191 PhoneFax: +7 (495) 221-3591, e-mail: info@snetwork.ru, website: www.snetwork.ruinfo@snetwork.ruwww.snetwork.ru Denis Terekhov, managing partner mobile: +7 (903) 729-0500, e-mail: d.terekhov@snetwork.rud./


Media 2.0 Hedley Pierre Juan Gaviria Vanessa Romero Hedley Pierre Juan Gaviria Vanessa Romero A Study of how web 2.0 and hardware technology advancements.

of its goals was to "level the playing field" among operating systems by providing a consistent web browsing experience across them. Media 2.0 Revolution  No longer is content dictated.  Now comes the savior in the form of Web 2.0.  In a way/ Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)] peeked at the future, 2014, to predict the effects of online social media connectivity 24/7 and concluded that too much social networking could make you paranoid and feel like you are constantly under surveillance by /


‘SIS goes MaD’ Oct. 7-11, 2013 Activity Booklet Years 8-10 ‘SIS goes MaD’ Oct. 7-11, 2013 Activity Booklet Years 8-10.

for talented teenagers to express themselves through music composition, performance and digital media. Since then, YRock has organised over 40 live events at venues /area. Kayaking to explore caves, bays & rock formations in the area. Day 7 Explore the floating village, coming into close contact with local fishermen. Explore the/ from the French Revolution. Explore the “artistic” Left Bank, and stroll through the “academic” Latin Quarter, and see an original Guillotine from the French Revolution. Day 3 Coach/


‘SIS goes MaD’ Oct. 7-11, 2013 Activity Booklet Years 8-10 ‘SIS goes MaD’ Oct. 7-11, 2013 Activity Booklet Years 8-10.

for talented teenagers to express themselves through music composition, performance and digital media. Since then, YRock has organised over 40 live events at venues /area. Kayaking to explore caves, bays & rock formations in the area. Day 7 Explore the floating village, coming into close contact with local fishermen. Explore the/ from the French Revolution. Explore the “artistic” Left Bank, and stroll through the “academic” Latin Quarter, and see an original Guillotine from the French Revolution. Day 3 Coach/


NEW MEDIA & PSA S (FROM MY VERY GOOD FRIEND, NICOLE CANNON) Why We Care & How We Take Action.

Sun Bowl Stadium. Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. For more information call (915) 747-6151, e-mail rubincenter@utep/ Rubin Center for the Visual Arts presents Contra Flujo: Independence and Revolution. An exhibition that features seven contemporary artists from Mexico City who use new media to explore the centennial of the Mexican Revolution and the bicentennial of Mexico’s independence. Contra Flujo means “against/


7.1 7 Chapter Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology.

7 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology Communications Networks 7.16 Network Topologies Figure 7-6 The three basic network topologies are the bus, star, and ring. Management Information Systems Chapter 7 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology Communications Networks 7.17 Physical transmission media/ energy Management Information Systems Chapter 7 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology The Wireless Revolution 7.42 Radio frequency identification (RFID/


Why You Must Teach Your Business Communication Course within a Mobile Context by 2015 Teaching Business Communication in the Midst of a Mobile Revolution.

To be published January 2015 Business Communication Essentials, 7 th Ed. To be published January 2015 Excellence /Media on Mobile Devices Research Using Mobile Devices Using Mobile Devices in Presentations Mobile Devices in the Job Search Process Mobile Aspects of Personal Branding A Complimentary Set of Seven Infographics about Mobile Business Communication Is Available on SlideShare. Click each infographic to see it full screen.SlideShare Visit Bovée and Thill’s Online Magazine, How the Mobile Revolution/


Media freedom, bureaucratic incentives and the resource curse Georgy EgorovSergei GurievKonstantin Sonin Harvard UniversityNew Economic School and CEPR.

with what’s going on in the country without media –Ceausescu –China: SARS –Russia: monetization of social benefits But media may cost the ruler his job –“color” revolutions in Georgia and Ukraine –Montesinos in Peru Media provide a “coordination good” –Revolution suffers from a free-rider problem –Media coordinate expectations and resolve the free-rider problem facilitating revolution Comparative statics: the Resource Curse Since Sachs and Warner/


Social Media: Engage! Mindshop Conference, June 2011 Fergal Coleman

Coffee www.symphony3.com (R)evolution or (R)evolutions? “Every generation needs a new revolution.” Thomas Jefferson We are witnessing multiple revolutions right now… “Revolution doesn’t happen when society adopts new technology, it happens when society adopts new behaviours “/ LinkedIn www.symphony3.com Find the Influencers 7 to 750 million Picked seven bloggers to attend a top secret “Midnight Webcast” They told tens of thousands of fans Mainstream media listened and reported Estimated 350 million people /


Unit 7: IRAN. Essential Question  How can a country be simultaneously a theocracy, and a modern, global democracy?  Must balance Vox Dei (voice of God)

worried Azeri may want to unite with Azerbaijan  Do not speak Farsi, but are mostly Shi’ite  8% Gilaki & Mazandarani  7% Kurds  Predominantly Sunni  3% Arabic  Predominantly Sunni Social Class  Peasants, middle class support regime  Benefited from govt social programs/ between parties and interest groups in Iran  Islamic Association of Women  Green Coalition  Workers’ House Mass Media  1979 revolution, 27 newspapers shut down  1981: Majlis passed law: illegal to use “pen and speech” against govt/


7.1 © 2010 by Prentice Hall 5 Chapter Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology.

media and devices Microwave Satellites Cellular telephones Transmission speed Hertz Bandwidth Management Information Systems Chapter 7 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology Communications Networks 7.18 © 2010 by Prentice Hall BP Amoco’s Satellite Transmission System Figure 7-7/ by radio frequency energy Management Information Systems Chapter 7 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology The Wireless Revolution 7.42 © 2010 by Prentice Hall Radio frequency identification/


Digital Marketing Helps You Sell More Cars Creating Value for your Dealership ©2010 Ira Kaufman, President Patsy Stewart, Director Social Media Robert.

Four Parts Part 1: Beyond the Social Media Revolution Part 2: Auto Dealers…. Value of Social Media Part 3: How Do You Leverage Digital Media? Part 4: Lets Start--Digital Marketing Plan Digital Media Revolution http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFZ0z5Fm/Touch your potential car buyers and customers with regular alerts on new inventory, service advice/coupons 7. Integrate - Weave your TV, radio with mobile, and social media 8. Measure - Monitor your companys digital chatter and presence 9. Evaluate your ROI - /


TELECOMMUNICATIONS, THE INTERNET, AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY

principal components of telecommunications networks and key networking technologies? What are the main telecommunications transmission media and types of networks? How does the Internet and Internet technology work and how do /, also smaller, less expensive, powered by radio frequency energy © Prentice Hall 2011 CHAPTER 7: TELECOMMUNICATIONS, THE INTERNET, AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY The Wireless Revolution Radio frequency identification (RFID) (cont.) Common uses: Automated toll-collection Tracking goods in a/


EUMAS2013 – Toulouse 12/14 December 2013

Toulouse 12/14 December 2013 CONTEXT & MOTIVATION CONFLICT & PROTEST DYNAMICS SOA REVIEW DISCUSSION FUTURE PROSPECTS (ONGOING WORK) WORLD media, SN … COUNTRY SOCIAL CONTEXT Political, Economic, Social: #protests, violence … … … … INTENSITY Time Protest Protest / REVIEW DISCUSSION FUTURE PROSPECTS (ONGOING WORK) REVIEW: Seven models Civil violence Worker protest Riots Urban crime Revolution Guerrilla warfare EUMAS2013 – Toulouse 12/14 December 2013 CONTEXT & MOTIVATION CONFLICT & PROTEST DYNAMICS SOA REVIEW/


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