Communications Media: The means of interchanging or transmitting and receiving information. Historically the media were written: books, journals, newspapers, and other publications; in the modern age the media include, in addition, radio, television, computers, and information networks.Communication: The exchange or transmission of ideas, attitudes, or beliefs between individuals or groups.Culture Media: Any liquid or solid preparation made specifically for the growth, storage, or transport of microorganisms or other types of cells. The variety of media that exist allow for the culturing of specific microorganisms and cell types, such as differential media, selective media, test media, and defined media. Solid media consist of liquid media that have been solidified with an agent such as AGAR or GELATIN.Cell Communication: Any of several ways in which living cells of an organism communicate with one another, whether by direct contact between cells or by means of chemical signals carried by neurotransmitter substances, hormones, and cyclic AMP.Animal Communication: Communication between animals involving the giving off by one individual of some chemical or physical signal, that, on being received by another, influences its behavior.Communication Disorders: Disorders of verbal and nonverbal communication caused by receptive or expressive LANGUAGE DISORDERS, cognitive dysfunction (e.g., MENTAL RETARDATION), psychiatric conditions, and HEARING DISORDERS.Health Communication: The transfer of information from experts in the medical and public health fields to patients and the public. The study and use of communication strategies to inform and influence individual and community decisions that enhance health.Communication Aids for Disabled: Equipment that provides mentally or physically disabled persons with a means of communication. The aids include display boards, typewriters, cathode ray tubes, computers, and speech synthesizers. The output of such aids includes written words, artificial speech, language signs, Morse code, and pictures.Disaster Planning: Procedures outlined for the care of casualties and the maintenance of services in disasters.HandbooksCivil Defense: Preventive emergency measures and programs designed to protect the individual or community in times of hostile attack.Emergencies: Situations or conditions requiring immediate intervention to avoid serious adverse results.Public Health: Branch of medicine concerned with the prevention and control of disease and disability, and the promotion of physical and mental health of the population on the international, national, state, or municipal level.Public Health Practice: The activities and endeavors of the public health services in a community on any level.Public Health Administration: Management of public health organizations or agencies.Electronic Mail: Messages between computer users via COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS. This feature duplicates most of the features of paper mail, such as forwarding, multiple copies, and attachments of images and other file types, but with a speed advantage. The term also refers to an individual message sent in this way.Privacy: The state of being free from intrusion or disturbance in one's private life or affairs. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, 1993)Paratuberculosis: A chronic GASTROENTERITIS in RUMINANTS caused by MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM SUBSPECIES PARATUBERCULOSIS.Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis: A subspecies of gram-positive, aerobic bacteria. It is the etiologic agent of Johne's disease (PARATUBERCULOSIS), a chronic GASTROENTERITIS in RUMINANTS.Internet: A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.Periodicals as Topic: A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.Software: Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.Anthropology: The science devoted to the comparative study of man.Faculty, Medical: The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in a medical school.Sociology: A social science dealing with group relationships, patterns of collective behavior, and social organization.Anthropology, Physical: The comparative science dealing with the physical characteristics of humans as related to their origin, evolution, and development in the total environment.Sociology, Medical: The study of the social determinants and social effects of health and disease, and of the social structure of medical institutions or professions.Gestalt Therapy: A form of psychotherapy with emphasis on the interplay of organism and environment. Basic to this therapy is the development of awareness and maturity, as well as self-confidence.Faculty: The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in an educational institution.Christianity: The religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus Christ: the religion that believes in God as the Father Almighty who works redemptively through the Holy Spirit for men's salvation and that affirms Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior who proclaimed to man the gospel of salvation. (From Webster, 3d ed)Amish: An ethnic group with shared religious beliefs. Originating in Switzerland in the late 1600s, and first migrating to the mid-Atlantic, they now live throughout Eastern and Mid-Western United States and elsewhere. Communities are usually close-knit and marriage is within the community.Interdisciplinary Studies: Programs of study which span the traditional boundaries of academic scholarship.Education, Medical, Undergraduate: The period of medical education in a medical school. In the United States it follows the baccalaureate degree and precedes the granting of the M.D.Religion and Medicine: The interrelationship of medicine and religion.Railroads: Permanent roads having a line of rails fixed to ties and laid to gage, usually on a leveled or graded ballasted roadbed and providing a track for freight cars, passenger cars, and other rolling stock. Cars are designed to be drawn by locomotives or sometimes propelled by self-contained motors. (From Webster's 3d) The concept includes the organizational and administrative aspects of railroads as well.Advertising as Topic: The act or practice of calling public attention to a product, service, need, etc., especially by paid announcements in newspapers, magazines, on radio, or on television. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)National Library of Medicine (U.S.): An agency of the NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH concerned with overall planning, promoting, and administering programs pertaining to advancement of medical and related sciences. Major activities of this institute include the collection, dissemination, and exchange of information important to the progress of medicine and health, research in medical informatics and support for medical library development.Newspapers: Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)Victoria: A state in southeastern Australia, the southernmost state. Its capital is Melbourne. It was discovered in 1770 by Captain Cook and first settled by immigrants from Tasmania. In 1851 it was separated from New South Wales as a separate colony. Self-government was introduced in 1851; it became a state in 1901. It was named for Queen Victoria in 1851. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p1295 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, p574)Librarians: Specialists in the management of a library or the services rendered by a library, bringing professional skills to administration, organization of material and personnel, interpretation of bibliothecal rules, the development and maintenance of the library's collection, and the provision of information services.Australia: The smallest continent and an independent country, comprising six states and two territories. Its capital is Canberra.Textbooks as Topic: Books used in the study of a subject that contain a systematic presentation of the principles and vocabulary of a subject.BooksPortraits as Topic: Graphic representations, especially of the face, of real persons, usually posed, living or dead. (From Thesaurus for Graphic Materials II, p540, 1995)Medical Record Linkage: The creation and maintenance of medical and vital records in multiple institutions in a manner that will facilitate the combined use of the records of identified individuals.Community Networks: Organizations and individuals cooperating together toward a common goal at the local or grassroots level.Information Systems: Integrated set of files, procedures, and equipment for the storage, manipulation, and retrieval of information.Copyright: It is a form of protection provided by law. In the United States this protection is granted to authors of original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works. This protection is available to both published and unpublished works. (from Circular of the United States Copyright Office, 6/30/2008)Authorship: The profession of writing. Also the identity of the writer as the creator of a literary production.Intellectual Property: Property, such as patents, trademarks, and copyright, that results from creative effort. The Patent and Copyright Clause (Art. 1, Sec. 8, cl. 8) of the United States Constitution provides for promoting the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors, the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries. (From Black's Law Dictionary, 5th ed, p1014)Access to Information: Individual's rights to obtain and use information collected or generated by others.Feedback: A mechanism of communication within a system in that the input signal generates an output response which returns to influence the continued activity or productivity of that system.

Health sciences library building projects, 1998 survey. (1/83)

Twenty-eight health sciences library building projects are briefly described, including twelve new buildings and sixteen additions, remodelings, and renovations. The libraries range in size from 2,144 square feet to 190,000 gross square feet. Twelve libraries are described in detail. These include three hospital libraries, one information center sponsored by ten institutions, and eight academic health sciences libraries.  (+info)

Role of health communications in Russia's diphtheria immunization program. (2/83)

As part of a broader program in health communication assistance, project staff from Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival worked with staff from Russia's oblast (regional) public health agencies to design and implement communication activities supporting local diphtheria immunization efforts. Because aggressive community outreach efforts and strong administrative sanctions had already achieved impressive adult coverage rates for first doses of diphtheria toxoid vaccine, communication interventions emphasized the need for second and third doses. Outcomes were assessed through vaccination coverage data and more qualitative measures. In one project site, the increase in adult coverage (two or more doses) was very modest. In a second site, with a stronger communications component, coverage increased significantly (from 20% to 80%). Although it is not possible to disentangle completely the effects of communications from other aspects of oblast immunization programs, these and other outcome data suggest that health communications can play an important role in Russia's ongoing mass immunization efforts.  (+info)

The impact of health communication and enhanced laboratory-based surveillance on detection of cyclosporiasis outbreaks in California. (3/83)

We investigated the timing of diagnosis, influence of media information on testing for Cyclospora, and the method used to identify cases during eight cyclosporiasis outbreaks in California in spring of 1997. We found that Internet information, media reports, and enhanced laboratory surveillance improved detection of these outbreaks.  (+info)

PMD fundamentals: polarization mode dispersion in optical fibers. (4/83)

This paper reviews the fundamental concepts and basic theory of polarization mode dispersion (PMD) in optical fibers. It introduces a unified notation and methodology to link the various views and concepts in Jones space and Stokes space. The discussion includes the relation between Jones vectors and Stokes vectors, rotation matrices, the definition and representation of PMD vectors, the laws of infinitesimal rotation, and the rules for PMD vector concatenation.  (+info)

Understanding financing options for PACS implementation. Picture archiving and communication systems. (5/83)

The acquisition of expensive equipment such as picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) becomes increasingly difficult as capital budgets become tighter. Traditional ownership financing options in the form of direct purchase or financing (loan) have several limitations including technology obsolescence, higher fixed pricing, limited options for equipment disposal, and the need to tie up valuable capital. Alternative financing options, in the form of conventional lease and risk sharing arrangements, offer several theoretical advantages including technology obsolescence protection in the form of built-in upgrades, preservation of borrowing power, multiple end-of-term options, and payment flexibility (which can be directly tied to realized productivity and operational efficiency gains). These options are discussed, with emphasis on the acquisition of PACS.  (+info)

Representing infant feeding: content analysis of British media portrayals of bottle feeding and breast feeding. (6/83)

OBJECTIVE: To examine how breast feeding and bottle feeding are represented by the British media. DESIGN: Content analysis. SUBJECTS: Television programmes and newspaper articles that made reference to infant feeding during March 1999. SETTING: UK mass media. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Visual and verbal references to breast or bottle feeding in newspapers and television programmes. RESULTS: Overall, 235 references to infant feeding were identified in the television sample and 38 in the newspaper sample. Bottle feeding was shown more often than breast feeding and was presented as less problematic. Bottle feeding was associated with "ordinary" families whereas breast feeding was associated with middle class or celebrity women. The health risks of formula milk and the health benefits of breast feeding were rarely mentioned. CONCLUSIONS: The media rarely present positive information on breast feeding, even though this feeding practice is associated with the most health benefits. Health professionals and policy makers should be aware of patterns in media coverage and the cultural background within which women make decisions about infant feeding.  (+info)

Prescribers prefer people: The sources of information used by doctors for prescribing suggest that the medium is more important than the message. (7/83)

AIMS: The sources of prescribing information are legion but there is little knowledge about which are actually used in practice by doctors when prescribing. The aims of this study were to determine the sources of prescribing information considered important by doctors, establish which were used in practice, and investigate if hospital and primary care physicians differed in their use of the sources. METHODS: Two hundred general practitioners (GPs) and 230 hospital doctors were asked to rate information sources in terms of their importance for prescribing 'old' and 'new' drugs, and then to name the source from which information about the last new drug prescribed was actually derived. RESULTS: Among 108 GPs, the Drugs and Therapeutics Bulletin and medical journal articles were most frequently rated as important for information on both old and new drugs while pharmaceutical representatives and hospital/consultant recommendations were more important for information on new drugs, as opposed to old. In practice, information on the last new drug prescribed was derived from pharmaceutical representatives in 42% of cases and hospital/consultant recommendations in 36%, with other sources used infrequently. Among 118 hospital doctors, the British National Formulary (BNF) and senior colleagues were of greatest theoretical importance. In practice, information on the last new drug prescribed was derived from a broad range of sources: colleagues, 29%; pharmaceutical representatives, 18%; hospital clinical meetings, 15%; journal articles, 13%; lectures, 10%. GPs and hospital doctors differed significantly in their use of pharmaceutical representatives (42% vs 18%) and colleagues (7% vs 29%) as sources of prescribing information (P < 0.0001 for both). CONCLUSIONS: The sources most frequently rated important in theory were not those most used in practice, especially among GPs. Both groups under-estimated the importance of pharmaceutical representatives. Most importantly, the sources of greatest practical importance were those involving the transfer of information through the medium of personal contact.  (+info)

Information and education in schistosomiasis control: an analysis of the situation in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil. (8/83)

This paper presents the main ideas discussed in the round-table "Social and Educational Aspects of Schistosomiasis Control", during the VII International Symposium of Schistosomiasis. Considering the perspectives of schistosomiasis control in Brazil, it is described the example of the State of Minas Gerais, where the disease has been registered for more than seven decades. The importance of an extensive evaluation is now more important, considering the recent change in the Brazilian health system, since the Federal responsibility for the tropical diseases control programs have been replaced by the municipalities coordination. In this way, it is urgent to develop effective alternatives to assist the municipal staffs in the control task. In the specific case of health education, one observes a wide gap between the planned objectives and what is in fact carried out. Instant objectives and the utilization of traditional techniques prevail, which do not take into account the active participation of the population involved. Based on the authors' experience in the scientific and health education, the paper analyzes: (1) some data from a case study in the metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte, which presents the social representation and perception of schistosomiasis by the population; (2) an analysis of 35 different informative and educative materials used in Brazil since the sixties, and (3) some recommendations resulted from the studies that were carried out.  (+info)

*Info-communications Media Development Authority

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*Communication & Media Arts High School

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*Critical Studies in Media Communication

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*Phoenix Media/Communications Group

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*Australian Communications and Media Authority

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*Communications and Media Commission (Iraq)

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*Communications and media in Sarajevo

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*Jerusalem Media & Communication Centre

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*Media.link Communications

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*Texas Tech University College of Media & Communication

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*Global Media and Communication

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*Media Arts & Communications Academy

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*Department of Media and Communication (RUPP)

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*Asian Media Information and Communication Centre

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*Media Information and Communication Centre of India

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*Social media and political communication in the United States

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*Ball State University College of Communication, Information, and Media

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*Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media

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*2017 in Singapore

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*Media in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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*Baylor University

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*Muhammad Al-Munajjid

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*Elliott West

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*Baylor Bears and Lady Bears

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*Waterfield Library

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Infodemiology (and the closely related term infoveillance) is a term coined by Canadian researcher Gunther Eysenbach. Eysenbach defines "infodemiology" (or information epidemiology) as a "new research discipline and methodology [which deals with] the study of the determinants and distribution of health information [on the Internet]", with the ultimate goal to improve public health Eysenbach first used the term in the context of measuring and predicting the quality of health information on the web (i.e., measuring the "supply" side of information). He later included into his definition methods and techniques which are designed to automatically measure and track health information "demand" (e.g., by analyzing search queries) as well as "supply" (e.g., by analyzing postings on webpages, in blogs, and news articles, for example through GPHIN) on the Internet with the overarching goal to inform public health policy and practice. In 2013, the Infovigil Project was launched in an effort bring the ...
Multiple Sclerosis International is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to all aspects of multiple sclerosis, including clinical neurology, neuroimaging, neuropathology, therapeutics, genetics, neuroimmunology, biomarkers, psychology and neurorehabilitation.
An evangelism strategy that involves giving away guns to attract unchurched men to wild game dinners has drawn criticism from gun control advocates in an array of national media outlets this month, including TIME, USA Today, MSNBC, Fox News and the Huffington Post. But supporters of the strategy say God is using the media attention to increase attendance and salvation decisions at the events.
A system and method for processing a communication signal from a wireline is provided. The system comprises a coupling unit and signal processing circuitry. The coupling unit comprises at least one transformer and is configured to receive the communication signal from the wireline. The coupling unit is also configured to generate a first signal based on amplifying the communication signal according to a first winding ratio of the at least one transformer and a second signal based on attenuating the communication signal according to a second winding ratio of the transformer. The signal processing circuitry is configured to process the first signal and the second signal. The wireline is optionally a powerline.
The World Wide Web is a relatively inexpensive and pervasive communication channel that could feasibly let doctors and nurses continuously monitor the prog
A tough word that. Not the toughest, mind you, but early in the morning, before the caffeine started to spread through the old blood vessels, it is a challenge. So when Ive stumbled on a Pravda piece titled The Misrepresentation of Sochi in the Western Media, I was kinda intrigued. The author, Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey, is not a stranger to this blog. Being as he is a past master of the Pravda style misrepresentation, Ive expected the article to provide some hands-on advice to beginners ...
Electronic media are so effective at altering the nervous system because they both work in similar ways and are basically compatible and thus easily linked. Both involve instantaneous transmission of electronic signals to make linkages. Because our nervous system is plastic, it can take advantage of this compatibility and merge with the electronic media, making a single, larger system. Indeed, it is the nature of such systems to merge whether they are biological or man-made. The nervous system is an internal medium, communicating messages from one area of the body to another, and it evolved to do, for multicelled organisms such as ourselves, what the electronic media do for humanity - connect disparate parts. ...
Ravens Joe Flacco talks to the media after practice. Baltimore Ravens hold an informal football practice at Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University due to the NFL lockout.
A method for providing network access to a shared access communications medium for a plurality of users includes the steps of conducting predictive admission control by arbitrating user requests for access to the shared medium based on predicted aggregate demands, conducting lookahead scheduling for use in making user channel assignments by forecasting schedule transmission opportunities one or more channels of the shared medium, and balancing load by making channel assignments such that a plurality users are each assigned a respective channel of the shared medium based upon a predicted need. Congestion parameters can predicted for each channel of the shared medium and mapped to a congestion measure using a mathematical function that takes into account packet loss rate, packet delay, packet delay jitter, and available capacity.
I. THE MAGISTERIUM OF THE CHURCH, A MAGISTERIUM OF AUTHORITY, NOT OF SCIENCE. The encyclical Humanae Vitae foresaw that it would encounter strenuous opposition, heightened by the communication media. Whereas, every day hundreds of Bishops, priests and faithful express their gratitude to the Pope, current newspapers are filled with protests, criticisms, and reproofs. Truly, in the likeness of her Divine Founder, the Church seems, more than ever, a sign of contradiction. But what is still worse, some sons of the Church, even some theologians, rank among the opponents, while simultaneously affirming their submission to the Church to which they profess their allegiance. They, too, are products of the times and why should we be surprised at their being imbued with the widespread spirit of criticism? However, though they often do not take it into account, this criticism touches upon essential principles of our faith. It can disturb the Christian people and prevent the papal teaching from bearing ...
POPE - The communications media have a very great responsibility…It is obvious that, given that we are all sinners, also the media can…become harmful… They can be tempted by calumny, and therefore used to slander, to sully people, especially in the world of politics. They can be used as a means of defamation: every person has the right to a good reputation, but perhaps in their previous life, or ten years ago, they had a problem with justice, or a problem in their family life, and bringing this to light is serious and harmful… This is a sin and it is harmful. A thing that can do great damage to the information media is disinformation: that is, faced with any situation, saying only a part of the truth, and not the rest. This is disinformation…Disinformation is probably the greatest damage that the media can do, as opinion is guided in one direction, neglecting the other part of the truth. I believe that the media should…not fall prey - without offence, please - to the sickness of ...
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This information is intended for use by customers, patients, and healthcare professionals in the United States only. We recognize that the Internet is a global communications medium; however, laws, regulatory requirements, and product information for medical products can vary from country to country. The product information included here may not be appropriate for use outside the United States, and the information from other sites you visit may not be appropriate for use in the United States.. ...
49. It needs to be said that, generally speaking, there is little in the way of clear awareness of problems which especially affect the excluded. Yet they are the majority of the planets population, billions of people. These days, they are mentioned in international political and economic discussions, but one often has the impression that their problems are brought up as an afterthought, a question which gets added almost out of duty or in a tangential way, if not treated merely as collateral damage. Indeed, when all is said and done, they frequently remain at the bottom of the pile. This is due partly to the fact that many professionals, opinion makers, communications media and centres of power, being located in affluent urban areas, are far removed from the poor, with little direct contact with their problems. They live and reason from the comfortable position of a high level of development and a quality of life well beyond the reach of the majority of the worlds population. This lack of ...
In the fi rst two years, training in the Graphic Design specialization addresses current theories and historical subjects. Students become familiarized with the history of printmaking and graphic design and an overview of various techniques. They study the cultural history of writing, alphabets, typography and print processes. From the third year onward, students are introduced to various fi elds of application in screen printing and photography, and are encouraged to choose their own research topics related to photo processing, the use of equipment, materials, films, and various methods of digital image processing.. The program also provides students with the necessary skills in typography and graphic implementation basics, graphic design programs, and modern layout techniques. The training program places special emphasis on familiarizing students with the latest visual interfaces gaining ground with advancements in communication media, and on equipping them with the competence to use these ...
It is very regrettable that Brent Leung, the young American film director who recorded Professor Montagniers words, did not encourage him to reveal what was behind such assertions. On what scientific studies are they based? Have those studies been published anywhere? We want to know if those people, whose "good" immune system has been able to eliminate the virus, still had traces of the infection. If so and if we believe that Professor Montagniers assertions are right, there would therefore be millions of HIV-positive people around the world, living in a state of perpetual anxiety of developing AIDS even though they do not have the virus in their bodies! A good many of them follow a treatment whose side effects are extremely toxic and can be detrimental to their health. This information is crucial, and the people who are concerned should be immediately informed so that they are aware of the virus harmlessness and can stop their treatment as quickly as possible. But what should then be the ...
It is very regrettable that Brent Leung, the young American film director who recorded Professor Montagniers words, did not encourage him to reveal what was behind such assertions. On what scientific studies are they based? Have those studies been published anywhere? We want to know if those people, whose "good" immune system has been able to eliminate the virus, still had traces of the infection. If so and if we believe that Professor Montagniers assertions are right, there would therefore be millions of HIV-positive people around the world, living in a state of perpetual anxiety of developing AIDS even though they do not have the virus in their bodies! A good many of them follow a treatment whose side effects are extremely toxic and can be detrimental to their health. This information is crucial, and the people who are concerned should be immediately informed so that they are aware of the virus harmlessness and can stop their treatment as quickly as possible. But what should then be the ...
Hello again, The Court of Appeal released a number of interesting decisions this week. In Meridian Credit Union Limited v. Baig, the Court confirmed that silence and half-truths can amount to misrepresentation, and found a purchaser had engaged in fraudulent misrepresentation by silence in the context of a court-approved sale of assets by a receiver. …
After you read this article, youll undoubtedly change your fabulous life. Well explain at the end.) Scenario: "Dude! Im as smart as I can be. I learned everything in college. Yay!" An American television show thats receiving a semi-plethora of media attention calls itself: "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" The kids intellectually destroy the adults in answering basic elementary questions -- seemingly -- 95% of the time. The culprit? As adults get older, theyre less likely to work their brains; as a result, their brainpower starts draining like a mofo. Think of it this way:. ...
Here Meggie Mac does not refer to a "fact," but a suspicion of hers. I think the phrase she was looking for was "for that matter," which I would have struck from the sentence entirely to try for a more serious, professional tone. The combination of the words "only," "either," and "or" in the same sentence makes me cringe. Also, there was plenty of media attention when Nancy Pelosi became the first woman Speaker of the House of Representatives in 2007. Meggie Mac may claim shes too young to remember the media proclaiming 1992 "The Year Of The Woman" as several Democratic women won Senate seats, but Im five months younger than this daughter of a national politician and I remember it. Im going to change the plain "women" to "Republican women," because the women on the Democratic side are getting plenty of attention, and its not pretty. I think a better word for what Meggie Mac is trying to describe would be "copies," not "impersonators." An impersonator would try to look exactly like Sarah ...
Here Meggie Mac does not refer to a "fact," but a suspicion of hers. I think the phrase she was looking for was "for that matter," which I would have struck from the sentence entirely to try for a more serious, professional tone. The combination of the words "only," "either," and "or" in the same sentence makes me cringe. Also, there was plenty of media attention when Nancy Pelosi became the first woman Speaker of the House of Representatives in 2007. Meggie Mac may claim shes too young to remember the media proclaiming 1992 "The Year Of The Woman" as several Democratic women won Senate seats, but Im five months younger than this daughter of a national politician and I remember it. Im going to change the plain "women" to "Republican women," because the women on the Democratic side are getting plenty of attention, and its not pretty. I think a better word for what Meggie Mac is trying to describe would be "copies," not "impersonators." An impersonator would try to look exactly like Sarah ...
Of the 35 studies reviewed, 19 examined whether particular factors (e.g. conflicts of interest, funding) were associated with the presence of spin - however the factors were considered too wide-ranging and unrelated to draw conclusions.. Most of the factors also focused on the characteristics of the individual scientists, journals or studies rather than broader issues in the sector, said co-author Professor Lisa Bero.. "The contribution of research incentives and reward structures - for example financial and reputational - that rely on positive conclusions in order to publish and garner media attention is yet to be addressed," she said.. "We see an urgent need for further research to determine the institutional or cultural factors that could contribute to such a high prevalence of spin in scientific literature - and to better understand the potential impact of spin on research, clinical practice and policy.". Researchers, peer reviewers and editors have a responsibility to remain vigilant for ...
In the past two weeks Ive taught three different security seminars at three different organizations, each time for their security staff. A common trend Im seeing and that continues to surprise me, and was confirmed at all three events, is that most employees still do not realize they are a target. I thought with all the media attention, both in peoples lives and at work, they would realize they have value, bad guys are after them. Based on what Im seeing that is not the case. That does not bode well when securing the human element. To change peoples behaviors we need to engage them, and we will never achieve that first step until they realize they are a target. If you are looking to secure your employees, contractors and staff, the first question you have to answer is do they even realize they are a target? If not, then do not even bother trying to teach them how to secure themselves. Instead explain to them who is targeting them, how and why. Once you have their attention, then you can ...
Is Da Kines day over? After a second arrest, owner Carol Gwilt and staff are intimidated by Vancouver Police. Street dealers return to Commercial Drive. Bud Buddy gets more media attention and they too may have to shut down before more busts happen.. Thanks go out to Flash, Ray and Karamceutical.. Carol from Da Kine is being held without bail and there is now a media ban on the story.. William J. Kitchen ...
New submitter carmendrahl writes Diamonds might get most of the medias attention, but theyre not the only minerals being sold to underwrite militias. Two chemistry teams are developing portable instruments that can detect an elemental fingerprint in mineral ores, to verify that the samples dont ...
If people really want to go out and get the main stream media attention, DC is the perfect choice. How ever,Dont plan on a weekend. If we do it right, we could be live on TV and the whole country will ask whats going on, along with the law makers. That will offer a platform for solving the issue at its roots.If you really want to do this, Dont come up with reasons like I dont have time off for a day or I have a project due. I can understand if 1 or 2% of our active members say it, but when 98% of our active members say that I can understand what it is. May be its time we figure out whether we prefer anonymity and pontifical verbatim on the online forum to expressing our concern/disappointment openly. Do not get offended and start flaming me. Just my thoughts ...
Damage assessment still incomplete. Giving someone a second chance seems noble enough, but how does SecurePoint know that this person deserves a second chance? The investigation isnt finished and we dont even know the full extent of the crimes he committed. Chances are likely that he did more than just write two viruses. It is well known that criminals have attempted to place backdoors in commercial software. SecurePoint has negligently, potentially opened up its software to such attacks, which is compounded by the fact that it is a firewall company. On top of all this, you have to ask why doesnt it hire one of the thousands of people deserving of getting a job first -- people whose only flaw is that they did not get a deluge of media attention by causing millions of dollars in damage. Concerning the quote of unique knowledge, SecurePoint claims that the first thing it is going to do is train him how to write software. It would appear that unique knowledge is not very relevant for the job. ...
A research study on double-dipping has gained a lot of media attention despite the fact that its methodology was dubious. Double-dipping is the act of dunking or swiping a chip in a dip after a bite has already been taken. It has commonly been assumed that this would contaminate the dip and spread germs among…
Safensoft writes: Symantec recently made a loud statement that antivirus is dead and that they dont really consider it to be a source of profit. Some companies said the same afterwards; some other suggested that Symantec just wants a bit of free media attention. The press is full of data on antivir...
However, the person who received most media attention in Mannheim was the initiator of the Austrian Priests Initiative (API), Mgr Helmut Schüller, who attended the "Alternative Katholikentag" organised by church reform groups ...
Cattle Call 2004: Comments period 8/19 Time to rank the current crop of announced Democratic contenders from top to bottom. My rankings are based on where I think they would place if the elections were held today, using a mix of poll results, CW, media attention, buzz, and other intangibles. You, however, can rank them however you please. Last weeks rankings: 1) Dean, 2) Lieberman, 3) Gephardt, 4) Kerry, 5) Edwards, 6) Graham, 7) Sharpton, 8) Kucinich, and 9) Braun.. Dont forget we are all on the same team. Save the bile and bitterness for the Republicans ...
Because of the widespread media attention, over $150,000 was donated for her care. Far more than needed, the excess has been used to help other abused animals.
Because of the widespread media attention, over $150,000 was donated for her care. Far more than needed, the excess has been used to help other abused animals.
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Epidemiology plays an all-important role in many areas of medicine, from discovering the relationship between tobacco smoking and lung cancer, to documenting the impact of diet, the environment, and exercise on general health, to tracking the origin and spread of new epidemics such as Swine Flu. It is truly a vital field, central to the health of society, but it is often poorly understood, largely due to misrepresentations in the media.
The lab which was given the samples knew what they were testing and had already pre-determined what their results would be before the tests were even run. The statements about the DNA test results were made by another source that was in charge of the DNA analysis. I have a Facebook Friend who was formerly associated with the lab and who was closely and personally connected to its director, and the director is the person that issued comments about the DNA not matching anything else. The former associate told me "I really doubt if they ran any tests at all, they already knew the outcome they wanted to announce." The director of this DNA lab has a long long history of not doing the work that was given to them, making misrepresentations about fraudulent business practices and claiming results from DNA tests not actually performed by the lab, and of making exaggerated claims that go against what is already known to be true about how DNA works which have never been verified by anyone else. In this ...
I dont see how you could still say that - insofar as its just a complete misrepresentation of what Alito said happened - if you actually watched the hearings, as opposed to reading a synopsis at Daily Kos. I mean, totally honestly, you either didnt watch the hearings or youre just flat-out making things up, Chris. Alito did not say he forgot, what he said was as follows: the case at issue was procedurally an unusual case. No Judges chambers had previously needed to look closely at recusal issues, because in each case before the court, a pre-prepared list of parties was circulated by the court, and Judges looked at that list to determine recusal issues. In pro se cases, however, that list was not circulated, and rarely merited attention, since parties to a pro se case would very rarely generate recusal issues. When this one did, Alito took additional steps to make sure it wouldnt happen again, and went so far as to advocate that the verdict in which he participated be vacated. Thi sis, in ...
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Program Co-ordinator: J. Smith, Department of English Language and Literature Memorial University of Newfoundland offers a specialized Diploma Program in Performance and Communications Media. This Diploma draws on the expertise of the Drama Specialization, Department of English, Distant Education and Learning Technologies (DELT), and CBC Television. Students receive an introduction to multi-media in the area of dramatic arts and video techniques. Students will be introduced to the wide applications of stage and video craft through a program of project-oriented courses. Required courses give students specific skills in stage and video craft and enable students to specialize in their own particular practical area of interest. The Diploma in Performance and Communications Media prepares students to work in the cultural industries in Newfoundland (or other parts of North America). Students with this unique training are better able to work across existing media. ...
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This is awesome! Obviously it works, because heres Smut for Smut again, for another year. Our movement has a wide variety of methods of activism that have been tried, and as an activist who has tried a great MANY of those methods, only to reach on average a small amount of media attention at best, I think Smut for Smut is a good idea, just because it works! Were able to read how the media reports on it every time, and folks, you need to know, thats half of the giant goal that is so hard to reach for so many grassroots activists. The other half is getting people out to work the project, and again, this group succeeds in that half as well, with flying colors. Its easy to judge these methods harshly, AFTER one have been on some of the biggest stages in our movement, and/or done interviews for the big media outlets. Most other activists and groups dont get to do that regularly, so please remember that media attention is not easy to obtain. Not all of us gets a call back from the media, just to ...
Visual Persuasion: Issues in the Translation of the Visual in Advertising. Un article de la revue Meta (Le verbal, le visuel, le traducteur) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit.
Statistical Persuasion will serve well those who are looking for a practical and pragmatic approach to using and interpreting statistics for applied purposes. This book would best serve as a text for a capstone course in statistics where the focus is on the presentation and consumption of statistical outcomes. It does an excellent job convincing the reader of the importance of designing a study tailored to the needs of a social science question so that the resulting findings can meaningfully answer the question.". ...
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Keith Hunter Jesperson (born 6 April 1955) is a Canadian-American serial killer who murdered at least eight women in the United States during the early 1990s. He was known as the "Happy Face Killer" because he drew smiley faces on his many letters to the media and prosecutors. Many of his victims were sex workers and transients who had no connection to him. Strangulation was his preferred method of murdering, the same method he often used to kill animals as a child. After the body of his first victim, Taunja Bennett, was found, media attention surrounded Laverne Pavlinac, a woman who falsely confessed to having killed Bennett with the help of her abusive boyfriend, John Sosnovske. Jesperson was upset that he was not getting any media attention. He first drew a smiley face on a bathroom wall and wrote a letter with proof of his first killing (hundreds of miles away from the scene of the crime), on which he anonymously confessed to killing Bennett. When that did not elicit a response, he began ...
mass media definition: Collectively, the communications media, specially television, radio, and periodicals, that get to the mass of the people.
Air Traffic Control communication is an act of collaboration between pilots and controllers, and the success of this collaboration depends on how smoothly speakers and listeners work together. For example, we have found that the way controllers deliver ATC messages influences how easily pilots understand these messages, which in turn determines how much time and effort is needed to successfully complete the transaction. We first introduced a collaborative framework for investigating air ground comunication and then describe a set of field and laboratory studies that investigated ATC communication. We focused on the impact of ATC message factors (e.g., length and timing) on the cognitive processes involved in ATC communication. These studies also illustrate how the collaborative framework helps analyze the impact of proposed visual data link systems on ATC communication. Examining the joint effects of communication media, message factors, and pilot/controller factors on performance should help ...
Dr. Jennifer Dyer of Nationwide Childrens Hospital (OH) finds that weekly text messages improve medication adherence in diabetic teens. Obviously Dr. Dyer has had a teenager or two in her waiting room and observed that texting is the communication medium of choice for teenagers.. The four-provider Family Practice of Holyoke (CO) goes live on NextGen EMR.. Heres some news thats not too surprising, given the aging of baby boomers. Office visits for patients aged 45 and over account for 57% of all office visits, up from 49% ten years ago. This age group also increased their lead over younger patients in terms of total medications prescribed, imaging tests performed, and total time spent with a physician. Patients over the age of 65 had relatively smaller gains: visit rates grew 13% over the decade and prescriptions jumped 31%.. A survey of medical students reveals that the vast majority believe technology, including video games, aids higher learning and provide educational value. Students also ...
How can we maximize the capacity of this extraordinary communication medium and attend to our ever-increasing need for empathy and compassion to endure as a human speices? While we lead the use of technology as a vehicle for communication, teaching and learning, we need to wrestle with these questions about visibility, empathy and compassion.
Many (student) writers have turned in papers only to have their readers (more often than not, their teachers) hand the papers back with comments that the writing doesnt "flow.". Unfortunately, teachers may not always be explicit about what they mean-just that it doesnt "read" or "sound" right or that the ideas dont progress from one to another. This chapter is about what "flow" actually means and how to make sure your writing does it.. By "flow," most readers mean what grammarians and linguists call cohesion-the property of a text to hold together at the level of sentences and paragraphs. Of course, cohesion is good in any communication medium, and each medium can present challenges for it. If youre sending text messages back and forth to a friend and the network sends them out of order, the result can be confusing: you might have written "thank GOD" in response to some piece of news, but your friend might not have gotten your message until after she texted "gotta go." Oops. If youre ...
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An interesting study published in this months Pediatrics offers some fresh data on media use among children aged 0-6 years. As a parent you may want to see how you measure up. Percentage of young children who…. Watch T.V.: 75%...
Compliant patients are all alike; every noncompliant patient is obstinate in his or her own way. Because of this, persuading patients to make good choices is ra
While marketers invest the majority of their time and budgets on areas deeper down in the funnel, MarketingExperiments research has found that most of the gain from optimizing a website occurs in the first seven seconds of users experience.. Millions of dollars are won or lost in these first few moments a visitor spends on your site. So in this issue of MarketingExperiments Journal, well explore what can be done in this very short period of time to increase the probability of converting those visitors into customers.. All of the complex analysis and formulaic methodologies used by our scientists to create optimized pages that deliver triple-digit conversion gains can be summed up in three simple words…. ...
We propose that consumers react differently to the same message depending on whether it is delivered by a salesperson or a friend: consumers are more likely to resist the persuasion of a salesperson than the persuasion of a friend. However, when consumers are instructed to correct their judgments, this pattern reverses. As predicted, participants tend to choose the product that was not recommended by the salesperson. When they are instructed to correct, however, there is no difference in their willingness to purchase the recommended and the non-recommended products. The opposite pattern is observed when a friend is recommending the product. ...
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Customer Relationships - s marketers we are in the business of mindfully structuring appearances and messages to create an attractive experience that is calculated to persuade. But are customers changed even a little ...
This has been shown by Lewins (1947) experiment whereby he persuaded housewives to serve sweetbreads. They were either given a lecture containing persuasive messages which informed them of why they should serve sweetbreads, or they were required to go through a decision-making process for themselves to develop reasons of their own for serving sweetbreads. The results showed that those who generated their own reasons for this choice were much more likely to serve sweetbreads compared with those who were just told about the values of serving them. This is likely to be because those who persuaded themselves through self-generated reasons had a greater degree of involvement in the decision while still feeling that they had the freedom to make the choice for themselves. ...
Influence book. Read 3,100 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers. Some people just wont take no for an answer. In Influence, Dr. Robe...
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Television gives us unrealistic images of a lot of things. What normal people look like, what kind of apartment one can afford in an entry level job, how clean New York is, an average human
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She then takes it a step further to state that the American Diabetes Association has "not endorsed the use of the GI for weight loss." To bolster this, she quotes Marion Franz, an ADA advisor whom Helm writes is a "diabetes expert," who says that "The original intent of the glycemic index is being misinterpreted by the diet books." Franz said the concept of the glycemic index may help people with diabetes "fine-tune" their food choices, but theres little evidence it will enhance weight loss. Most of the weight-related claims - from curbing cravings to increasing energy - are unsubstantiated, she said. ...
Well, at least we know that OMalley knows how to get news media attention, so big points for that. And we also know that hes ready, willing and able to respond appropriately and effectively to the incessant, generic big-gummint-is-the-problem trance-inducing mantra. Even bigger points for that.. But while Innskeep wasnt actually quoting Rubio and was instead paraphrasing, the exchange highlighted a notable, but not widely noticed, hallmark of Rubio as politician: He routinely says things that are incoherent or that are flatly false as a matter of underlying fact.. Such as that Iran, a Shiite society, and ISIS, a Sunni terrorist group, are in cahoots and Obama doesnt want to stop Iran from developing a nuclear military capability because Obama doesnt really want ISIS defeated. (Something like that; I cant remember the specifics from earlier this year, but that was the gist of it.). And such as his federal-budget proposal that will cut, but (unlike the other presidential-nomination ...
West Coast rapper Blueface doesnt want any smoke from Nipsey Hussle fans. The hip-hop artist has caught social medias attention after walking out on an
Much media attention was given to a recent Obesity study that found that metabolism remained suppressed even when participants in The Biggest Loser television series regained much of the weight they lost while dieting. A new editorial looks at the results of this study, along with results from another recent Obesity study that examined weight gain and loss.
October marks the official beginning of flu and virus season. This time of year, it is not uncommon to begin seeing increased numbers of flu and viral infections across the state and nation. There has been a lot of media attention to viral infections this year, particularly the Enterovirus D68, which has turned up across the country and in North Carolina. It is our practice as a district to be proactive in an effort to keep all students healthy and we wanted to share some information and suggestions for avoiding viruses ...
PRIs The World November 18, 2014 While it may seem as though media attention surrounding the Ebola outbreak has dwindled, President Barack Obama has said that we are nowhere near out of the woods yet in West Africa - meaning volunteers are still needed. Physician and epidemiologist Sharon McDonnell is one of those volunteers, and she says her experience working during the AIDS crisis offers her some perspective. ...
So you want to launch a boomer/senior, home health tech, etc product or service. Its getting to be that time of year for launches and the press that accompanies them. This year, as always there are many vendors that have or will have new products and services or enhanced capabilities -- and want to get attention, prowling the vast aisles of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in search of possible channel partners, media attention and a list of who is in their space. In conjunction with that event, perhaps they will officially launch. Or perhaps an existing company will officially launch a new product or service. Here is a checklist as derived from recent encounters and discussions:. 1) Is the website crisp and clear? Start with the home page that has modest and friendly graphics and images which identify what the product or service does or is. These are not fear-generating; they are not paragraphs of narrative-laden terminology to wander through before it is apparent what the ...
Finally, Tim Flannery. His book appears to have made the most noise and Flannery himself has generated a lot of media attention (and controversy) on his book tours. As befitting a book by a scientist, this one has by far the most content of the three, and unsurprisingly, is a tougher (though still accessible) read. The sheer speed at which different studies and subjects are covered make it difficult to get into anything in depth. In itself, that isnt bad - there is a lot of ground to cover - but it does mean that subtleties and caveats get lost. As a scientist, one of the things I look for in popular science accounts is an appropriate recognition of the difference between a suggestion made in a single paper and the description of any consensus on the issues (such as described in the IPCC reports for instance). We have made the point repeatedly here that single papers need to be placed in context and dont necessarily overturn previous work. In the three books discussed here, I have the ...
When people picture sand spread across idyllic beaches and endless deserts, they understandably think of it as an infinite resource. But as we discuss in a just-published perspective in the journal Science, over-exploitation of global supplies of sand is damaging the environment, endangering communities, causing shortages and promoting violent conflict. Skyrocketing demand, combined with unfettered mining to meet it, is creating the perfect recipe for shortages. Plentiful evidence strongly suggests that sand is becoming increasingly scarce in many regions. For example, in Vietnam domestic demand for sand exceeds the countrys total reserves. If this mismatch continues, the country may run out of construction sand by 2020, according to recent statements from the countrys Ministry of Construction.. This problem is rarely mentioned in scientific discussions and has not been systemically studied. Media attention drew us to this issue. While scientists are making a great effort to quantify how ...
Material engineering is an interdisciplinary field applying the properties of matter to various areas of science and engineering. This new scientific field investigates the relationship between the structure of materials at atomic or molecular scales and their macroscopic properties. Materials engineering incorporates elements of applied physics and chemistry.. In recent years, there has been significant media attention focused on nanoscience and nanotechnology. Material science is now becoming more widely recognized as a specific and unique field. As a result of then, material engineering has become a more reputable degree in universities. Many of the most pressing scientific problems that are currently faced today are due to the limitations of the materials that are currently available and as a result, breakthrough in this field is likely to have a significant impact on the future of human technology.. The basis of material science involves relating the desired properties and relative ...
Taco Bell has released the list of ingredients that made up the previously unknown "12%" of their signature beef. The fast-food company made headlines in 2011 when a lawsuit was filed against them claiming that the meat that they served was only 35% beef.. Taco Bell responded to these accusations by stating that the meat they serve is actually 88% beef, with the remaining 12% being a "secret recipe." Although the lawsuit was dropped, this led to further media attention, and even more public pressure to find out exactly what makes up that 12%.. Taco Bell released the list of ingredients in a statement on their website (which has currently been removed). It revealed that more than half of all of their previously "secret" ingredients are linked to a variety of side effects and health conditions.. ...
Diamonds might get most of the medias attention, but theyre not the only minerals being sold to underwrite militias. Two chemistry teams are developing portable instruments that can detect an elemental fingerprint in mineral ores, to verify that the samples dont come from militia-controlled mines...
The death from septicaemia of former Dynasty star Christopher Cazenove has refocused media attention on the causes of the disease. Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Professor Mark Enright (Public Health) explained that septicaemia occurs when toxins produced by bacteria in the bloodstream hyperstimulate the patients immune system. He said: "Your body is trying to fight the infection by pumping more blood around, so you get far too hot, which can lead to organ failure." Origins of the infection are often unknown but the disease can progress rapidly, with around a third of patients dying. Professor Enright added: "Before the advent of antibiotics, the mortality rate for staphylococcal septicaemia was 80 per cent, and it could be contracted through childbirth, having an appendix removed or just cutting yourself gardening.". ...
There are 2 papers in the medical literature written in 2013, and 2014 that received enormous media attention. These have determined to be very flawed papers, written with very faulty statistical design and flawed methods and conclusions. They both initially suggested that there was an increase in cardiac events such as heart attacks and strokes, but further analysis demonstrated incorrect interpretation of the numbers and incorrect conclusions. In fact 29 societies and 50 international experts have called for the retraction of these papers. One paper has had to make 3 corrections with apologies, and when re-done it actually showed that testosterone lowered the percentage of adverse cardiovascular events. The second paper had no control group, and in fact, it was based on merely handing out a testosterone prescription and did not assess whether the men were actually taking it ...
Last week the United Nations Global Commission on Drugs Policy attracted media attention from around the world, partly due to the attendance of such luminaries as Sir Richard Branson, and support from the likes of Dame Judi Dench, Sting and Julie Christie. However, the conclusions that the Commission has come to, have understandably generated far more discussion. The commission has recommended the decriminalisation of all illegal drugs and an end to the disastrous policy of the War on Drugs, a 40 year long failure that has seen record levels of addiction, billions squandered and a degree of bloodshed in some parts of the world that is comparable with civil war ...
This film reminds me of a Spike Lee film, showing the Black people as superior or better than a white person. It seems and Im only going by the trailer and reserve the right to change my mind when I watch the film (which will be never) any white character in the film is made to look like an arse and a racist just because you add some comedic style music or make a few jokes doesnt change the fact that it is clearly an attempt to increase the black hating white issue and the title alone was used to grab the papers, and media attention to boost sales and tickets ...
Portland, OR (PRWEB) May 07, 2015 -- More than most public figures, elite athletes capture the limelight for better or worse. With constant media attention
Elucidation of the mechanisms involved in gene expression, mRNA regulation and protein-protein interactions is among the central goals of contemporary biological research. Indeed, five out of the six conference keynote talks were largely related to this area of research. This field has recently gained a significant boost thanks to the completion of the ENCODE project [26], whose press releases attracted significant media attention -- in particular the claim that more than 80% of the human genome "works as a kind of control panel packed with genetic dials" [27], when previous conventional wisdom was that more than 95% of human DNA might be nonfunctional "junk".. The true significance of the often quoted 80% figure has, however, been widely debated [28]. According to the keynote speaker Philip Green (University of Washington), "junk DNA hasnt gone anywhere and is here to stay". In one of the most memorable moments of ISCB-Asia/SCCG 2012, Prof. Green eloquently challenged transcription (i.e. ...
Has there ever been a time when there were so many different views of human nature floating around all at once? The economists have their view, in which rational people coolly chase incentives. Traditional Christians have their view, emphasizing original sin, grace and the pilgrims progress in a fallen world. And then there are the evolutionary psychologists, who get the most media attention. For 99 percent of human history, they observe, our species lived in small hunter-gatherer bands. The people who survived developed certain mental modules, which have been passed down to us through our genes. Some of these traits serve us well in the modern age. Children have the capacity to learn language with astonishing speed. Some of these traits dont. Humans have an insatiable craving for fatty and sugary foods. In 2000, Geoffrey Miller, a leading evolutionary psychologist, published a book called "The Mating Mind," in which he argued that the process of sexual selection among early human groups ...
Being hassled on the street is not new (my mother has told me stories of men hanging out of cars and making kissing, slobbering noises as they drove past her in the 60s and 70s), but the media attention its receiving is. Its a pervasive issue: I dont know a single female over the age of 11 who hasnt received unwanted attention from strange men.. In talking to guys I know about the issue, Ive received a number of reactions. Most of them have been along the lines of, "Dudes are so creepy," and "Women are brave just stepping out the front door in the morning." It does take some bravery, but thats not all there is to it. Ill get to that in a minute. The second response Ive gotten is, "Theyre just telling you youre pretty. You should be happy!" Uh, what? There is a huge difference between complimenting someone and going out of your way to interrupt a stranger on the street to tell him or her that you are "warm for their form" (only one of the lovely "compliments" Ive received on the ...
There has been a plethora of recent media attention about mentally unwell people in prison (stoked, sadly, by some tragic suicides). Tempers have been flaring with a lot of anger from the dark depths...
October 12, 2017, Henderson, Nevada - As national media attention surrounding the October 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas centers on the facts of the tra
When 18-year-old Mike Huckfeldt of Fergus Falls, Minn., was first brought to MeritCare in the early morning hours of Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005, his parents, Val and Mike, Fergus Falls, wanted to remain anonymous and not even acknowledge that their son was hospitalized. Now, the pair is seeking media attention to extol the dangers of under-aged binge drinking. ...
Call it, what, our crapshoot democracy? The looming election - the process itself, not merely the feints and jabs of the candidates - is actually getting some mainstream media attention, as in, ahem, voting public, excuse me, but maybe you should be aware that irresponsible self-interest has been detected in the vicinity of our polling places and some bad choices have been made lately (electronic voting is unreliable) and, well, how badly did you want your vote counted?
When Natalie Wood died in the cold, dark water near Santa Catalina Island 30 years ago, the story elicited a frenzy of media attention. Rumors of suicide or foul play never disappeared, even after
Everyone wants it their way.. You have been trying to persuade people since you were a baby: crying, smiling, banging your hands on the table. Primitive to be sure - but effective. Babies tend to get their way.. So do little kids. Remember going to the supermarket with your mom and begging for that candy bar? THAT was persuasion. Remember high school dating? THAT was persuasion.. But now that you have business cards, some of the tenacity associated with your persuasion skills is missing.. Fear not. Although you may have to call on a different set of skills (no more crying or throwing a fit), you have the natural ability to persuade. All you have to do is uncover it and practice.. Persuasion takes many forms. You might want others to see your point of view, agree with your ideas or take action. Persuasion is a skill…a science. And it can be learned and mastered in a way that isnt offensive.. Persuasion is not just a selling skill. Persuasion is a life skill. To master it, you may have to ...
By including works from Aristotle to Kenneth Burke, Persuasion: Theory and Applications provides a comprehensive introduction to persuasion. Author Lillian Beeson offers a balance of classic rhetorical theories and contemporary social-science approaches, demonstrating how these multiple perspectives apply to various fields including politics, religion, art, entertainment, advertising, public relations, and law.
Weve analysed the stats and the numbers are in. Here are the top 25 most viewed newspaper articles in 2013. We have eye-witness reports of World War I and Nazi Germany, notices about missing girls, natural disasters and the travel of notable Australians. Its a wonderfully varied assortment, which speaks to the diverse interests of Trove users. Check them out!
By: Ed Zintel. This has to stop.. Going into the last week of the year, 48 journalists had been killed worldwide in 2013, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Of those, 17 were murdered, 19 were killed in crossfire or combat and 12 were killed on dangerous assignment. On the plus side, it was a drop from the 73 journalists killed in 2012.. Just last month, at least 51 journalists were attacked while covering political protests in the Ukraine capital of Kiev. Several of the journalists were targeted by a riot police unit known as Berkut, which was preventing protesters from storming the presidential administration building, according to CPJ. Maryana Zakusilo, of Telekritika, said that Berkut police beat journalists even though they had valid press IDs, wore vests marked “Press,” and had identified themselves as reporters. Several reporters suffered injuries, including head wounds and broken limbs, from being hit by rocks, flash grenades, and gas pellets and others ...
By: Moneer Al-Omari for Yemen Post. Yemeni Journalists staged a sit-in a week ago, July 9, 2015, at the headquarters of the Yemeni Journalists Syndicate (YJS) in Sanaa in protest against the continuous violations of press freedoms and the illegal and unlawful acts by Houthi militia that targeted dozens of independent and opposing media outlets and journalists.. According to the Secretary General of the YJS Marwan Dammaj, eight journalists have been killed since the beginning of war in Yemen, 12 have been kidnapped and forcibly disappeared and over 300 journalists lost their jobs.. As Houthis advanced from Amran and took over Sanaa back in September 2014, they have harshly fought all sorts of freedoms. They have also committed serious violations of human rights and public freedoms. Freedom of speech was tightly restricted and political opponents were harshly targeted. However, the violations of human rights and freedom of expression and opinion by Houthi militia have markedly increased over the ...
Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies, a one-hour-and-50 minute video compilation for IJPC Associates members created to supplement the book edited by Howard Good.(Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD, 2008). Good is a professor of journalism at SUNY New Paltz. He was a pioneering author of a series of books on the image of the journalist in films and novels including Outcasts: The Image of Journalists in Contemporary Films; Girl Reporter: Gender, Journalism, and the Movies; The Drunken Journalist: The Biography of a Film Stereotype, and Acquainted With the Night: The Image of Journalists in American Fiction, 1890 -1930. Hes also written books on media ethics and public education. The IJPC Video follows Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies chapter by chapter. The books 12 chapters explore issues that should concern anyone who aspires to a career in journalism, works in journalism or relies on journalism for daily information. The contributors do their exploring at the movies where sportswriters, ...
Posted on 08/29/2006 12:08:31 PM PDT by Alouette. International journalists discuss Lebanon war coverage; NYT bureau chief: Israel not interested in Lebanese deaths A number of journalists claimed during a convention in Jerusalem Monday evening that Israel and the IDF were mostly to blame for the way the foreign media covered the Lebanon war. The panel of journalists, largely from the international media, convened to discuss their coverage of the war, at a conference arranged by the Media Line agencys Mideast Press Club. Journalists access to the battlefield is controlled exclusively by the IDF, said Simon McGregor-Wood, Chairman of the Foreign Press Association, and Bureau Chief of ABC News. We are very disappointed that the IDF didnt give us more opportunities, he added. Woods claims of restricted battlefield access seemed undermined, however, by the London Times Stephen Farrell, who said: I spent most of the war within five miles of the border you have to get up and put your face ...
HSS receives NFL grant for research into platelet-rich plasma and stem cells. Researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery have been awarded a $100,000 grant from the National Football League (NFL) Charities to research the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cells as treatments for tendon injury and degeneration.. Read full article here: http://www.news-medical.net/news/20120912/HSS-receives-NFL-grant-for-research-into-platelet-rich-plasma-and-stem-cells.aspx. Is PRP Therapy, Used by Alex Rodriguez and Zack Greinke, Miracle or Mirage?. Over the past couple years, a new term has crept into the public consciousness from the shadows of medical experimentation. Platelet rich plasma injections or "PRP" have become commonplace, especially for cases where an athlete is trying to avoid surgery.. Read full article here: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1686976-is-prp-therapy-used-by-alex-rodriguez-and-zack-greinke-miracle-or-mirage. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP): Is Ray Lewis Other Substance ...

The Fight over Digital Rights: The Politics of Copyright and by Bill D. Herman | Antonio Ceballos BooksThe Fight over Digital Rights: The Politics of Copyright and by Bill D. Herman | Antonio Ceballos Books

Drawing on equipment from criminal reports, political technological know-how, and communications, it explores the increase of a ... It compares key accounts, congressional debates, and offline and on-line media assurance utilizing quantitative and qualitative ...
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BUSM professor receives 2011 ACN Communication Media AwardBUSM professor receives 2011 ACN Communication Media Award

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The Info-communications Media Development Authority (Abbreviation: IMDA) is a statutory board of the Singapore government, ... "Infocomm Media 2025". Ministry of Communications and Information. Retrieved 2016-02-02. "Next Generation National Infocomm ... "Parliament passes Info-communications Media Development Authority Bill". Channel NewsAsia. Retrieved 26 August 2016. "Statutory ... which has since been succeeded by the Infocomm Media 2025 plan. Through iN2015, two key components introduced as part of the ...
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Investment | Media Communications | Baylor UniversityInvestment | Media Communications | Baylor University

Reichenstein, contact Eric Eckert, at (254) 710-1964, or the Office of Media Communications at (254) 710-1961. ... He has interviewed with numerous media including The Wall Street Journal, Barrons, Forbes and Smart Money, and he is often ...
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Cinema Media CommunicationCinema Media Communication

The Cinematic Arts department welcomes scholarship applicants in the areas of Film and Video Production, Audio Production, Film Studies, and Animation. If you are invited to compete at Scholarship Competition, you will need to submit the following items to Professor Dawn Ford. Part I - Previous Work Submit one example of work you helped create that demonstrates your abilities in your area of interest. Please send this via a shared Google Drive folder to Professor Dawn Ford (see her email address below). This sample must be no more than five minutes long. You will also need to write a one-paragraph description of the aim of the production, and describe your contribution to the project. Portfolio materials for animation concentration applicants may include a short animated film, demo reel, and/or PDF including 8-10 samples of your best artwork. All materials must be submitted at least 7 days before your date for on campus competition.. Part II - Future Work Write a one-page description of a ...
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Media Communication: China Perspectives - RoutledgeMedia Communication: China Perspectives - Routledge

China in Symbolic Communication. 1st Edition. By Sui Yan. What kinds of human individuals, events, things and commodities can ... The Patterns of Symbolic Communication. 1st Edition. By Sui Yan. With the classic semiotician Roland Barthes ground-breaking ... It also describes the communication history of culture between China and Japan from BC 3rd century to the Late Qing Dynasty. ... It covers Humanities & Social Sciences, Education, Media and Psychology, as well as many interdisciplinary themes. ...
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Recent Government-Issued FAQs Cause Plan Sponsors to Clarify Preventive Care and Wellness in Health Plan Communications. by ... While most businesses and industries have adopted electronic mail as a standard means of communications, this is not the case ... Life Sciences Quarterly (Q4 2017): The Use of Social Media and Mobile Applications ...
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As a media educator and researcher, my passionate is to bring quality media education to schools. Screens large and small play ... If we teach children basic media literacy in elementary school, they will have the keys to unlocking hidden messages in media ... Areas of interest are arts and media education on all levels, media technology integration, public relations, donor and board ... They need to be able to assess how the media can manipulate us, influence our beliefs and desires. ...
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Communication, Media and Culture - Oxford Brookes UniversityCommunication, Media and Culture - Oxford Brookes University

Learn how communication, media and culture affects our lives and develop the analytical and creative skills you need to get ... Understanding Media (compulsory for single honours). *Investigating Communication, Media, and Culture (compulsory for single ... media-saturated society? What role do communication, media and culture play in the construction of our identity? ... Oxford is a media and communications hotspot. It is home to numerous cultural institutions, has a flourishing new media ...
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Effective Media Communication during Public Health Emergencies. WHO handbook and field guide. ... The handbook describes a seven-step process to assist officials and others to communicate effectively through the media during ...
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Read need-to-know updates, commentary, and analysis on Communications & Media issues written by leading professionals. ... Proskauer - New Media & Technology on 12/7/2017. In a decision that clarified aspects of the video privacy landscape, the Ninth ... Morrison & Foerster LLP - Social Media on 1/9/2018. Following a recent decision from the Sixth Circuit, anonymous bloggers and ... The fight over the privacy of electronic communications and the governments ability to reach emails stored abroad in criminal ...
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Communications & Media Studies Faculty | Moravian CollegeCommunications & Media Studies Faculty | Moravian College

Communication and Media Studies Office location: Benigna Hall, Room 215Office phone: 610-625-7814Email: [email protected] ... Joel Nathan Rosen , Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology; Program Director, Communication and Media Studies. ... Joel Nathan Rosen (Associate Professor of Sociology) is Program Director in Communications and Media Studies at Moravian ... Media in Culture; American Popular Music (especially the blues and its related genres); Sport; Celebrity and Reputation; Moral ...
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Communication & Media Arts High School (CMA) is a school of choice and part of Detroit Public Schools in Detroit, Michigan on ... Metro Detroit portal Schools portal Communication Media Arts High School Website Detroit Public Schools profile. ...
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Communications & Media. Recording Studio & Media Equipment FAQ. Recording Studio. The Communications and Media program offers ... Media Equipment FAQ. CMU has created two media production suites for individual and collaborative creative projects. Audio, ... Note: Participation in a media equipment orientation session is required of all students in designated courses that will be ...
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Media and Technology industries by Accenture examines digital consumer behaviors in a wide range of relevant topics, from multi ... media and technology (CMT). Accentures Digital Consumer Survey for Communications, Media and Technology (CMT) companies is our ... Pulse of Media Since its launch in 2012 Accentures Pulse of Media has provided a forward-looking perspective on the trends ... The 2015 Accenture Digital Consumer Survey for communications, media and technology companies was conducted online between ...
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Communication & Media Studies | Folsom Lake CollegeCommunication & Media Studies | Folsom Lake College

... an innovative and stimulating environment for student learning in theoretical and pragmatic applications of communication ... Applied Communication Skills Certificate. Effective communication skills allow people to improve many areas of their lives, but ... analyze human communication as a process according to theories which vary from one communication context to another. ... discuss the history of the study of human communication.. *explain and apply the basic concepts of the field of communication. ...
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New Media Communications Certificate  - Community College of Rhode IslandNew Media Communications Certificate - Community College of Rhode Island

Media Communication Concentration (NMCM). The New Media Communication certificate offers practical training in the foundational ... ITAL 1900: The Italian Heritage (Media Studies), 3 credits. *BUSN 1020: Marketing Communication (Media Communication), 3 ... Each four-track concentration allows students to focus their studies, preparing them for communication/media careers as well as ... Through their participation, students will be prepared to enter various communication and media disciplines as videographers, ...
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  • IDA was in charge of the nation's 10-year infocomm masterplan, also known as Intelligent Nation 2015 (iN2015), which has since been succeeded by the Infocomm Media 2025 plan. (wikipedia.org)
  • To keep up to date on the latest findings from the Digital Consumer Survey and the latest news, views and insights in the world of digital specifically curated for the communications, media and technology industries, access the Digital Acceleration site or join the conversation on Twitter: #digitalacceleration. (accenture.com)
  • Discuss the history and forms of mass media, its use and impact on society, corporations, and government. (ccri.edu)
  • On this course, you will build a portfolio of skills to keep up with the rapidly-evolving nature of these connections, learning how to exchange information, understand audience needs and create personal and business relationships over a variety of communication technologies and media platforms. (brookes.ac.uk)
  • Whether creating content for traditional or new media platforms, students will gain an understanding of how to craft and communicate a message from pre-production through post-production. (ccri.edu)
  • How is the cultural environment evolving, and what do these changes mean for all of us living in today's digitally connected, media-saturated society? (brookes.ac.uk)
  • Special interest lies in helping schools integrate technology to prepare students for a lifetime of healthy media consumption. (google.com)
  • Since its launch in 2012 Accenture's Pulse of Media has provided a forward-looking perspective on the trends changing the media landscape. (accenture.com)
  • For each of these constituents we identify the established, in-play and emerging trends for media and entertainment executives to watch. (accenture.com)
  • Joel Nathan Rosen (Associate Professor of Sociology) is Program Director in Communications and Media Studies at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. (moravian.edu)
  • Sponsored by the SMC Communication & Media Department, SMC Center for Environmental and Urban Studies (CEUS), and Associated Students of SMC. (smc.edu)
  • The communication studies department at Folsom Lake College is committed to excellent teaching that provides an innovative and stimulating environment for student learning in theoretical and pragmatic applications of communication education. (losrios.edu)
  • The Associate in Arts in Communication Studies for Transfer Degree program provides students with a major that fulfills the general requirements for transfer to the California State University. (losrios.edu)
  • Students should work closely with their Folsom Lake College counselor to ensure that they are taking the appropriate coursework to prepare for majoring in Communication Studies at the institution they wish to transfer to because major and general education requirements may vary for each CSU and the degree may only transfer to specific institutions. (losrios.edu)
  • The Associate in Arts in Communications Studies for Transfer (AA-T) degree may be obtained by completion of 60 transferable, semester units with a minimum 2.0 GPA, including (a) the major or area of emphasis described in the Required Program, and (b) either the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth Requirements. (losrios.edu)
  • Each four-track concentration allows students to focus their studies, preparing them for communication/media careers as well as for baccalaureate degree programs. (ccri.edu)
  • Communication, Media and Culture at Oxford Brookes offers a wide range of modules, allowing you to select and explore those aspects of the field that most interest you. (brookes.ac.uk)
  • The Communications and Media program offers audio engineering, broadcast radio and other studio-based courses in an on-campus professional recording studio. (cmu.ca)
  • Oracle CX for Communications offers tailored solutions for CSPs and media companies serving enterprise customers and consumers. (oracle.com)
  • Courses that Dr. Wetcher-Hendricks regularly teaches include Basic Research Methods, Advanced Research Methods, Sociology of Gender, and Media Technology and Society. (moravian.edu)
  • Accenture's Digital Consumer Survey for Communications, Media and Technology (CMT) companies is our most comprehensive research ever into digital consumer behaviors. (accenture.com)
  • Raise awareness about your arthritis activities and programs by sending out Facebook and Twitter messages through social media channels. (cdc.gov)
  • Michael F. Holick, PhD, MD, director of the General Clinical Research Unit and professor of medicine, physiology and biophysics at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) was selected by the American College of Nutrition (ACN) Awards Committee as the 2011 recipient of the ACN Communication Media Award. (news-medical.net)
  • His research is premised on the relationship between human activity and human efficacy as portrayed in media and as demonstrated through such cultural idioms as sport, music, comedy, and other areas that intersect celebrity. (moravian.edu)
  • Her main areas of interest are social research, statistical methods, interpersonal and mass communication, and gender relations. (moravian.edu)
  • Her areas of interest are: social research and statistical methods, including mathematical modeling, interpersonal and mass communication. (moravian.edu)
  • Some of my research underpins the 'Conversation Analytic Role-play Method', a technique for communication training that I have developed www.carmtraining.org . (lboro.ac.uk)
  • The implications of simulated clients for research methodology, communication training, and conversational agents. (lboro.ac.uk)
  • The Pulse of Media study is based on a collection of hypotheses developed by Accenture subject matter advisors, strategy consultants, architects and engineers working in the field. (accenture.com)
  • Our expertise includes many years of experience serving esteemed institutions, including Yale University and the University of Southern California, Arizona State University, and many artists and media projects. (google.com)
  • To be a Social Media Communications Specialist II typically requires 2 to 4 years of related experience. (salary.com)
  • On this course you will study the forces that shape the media, creative and cultural industries and gain the specialist analytic and creative skills you need to carve out a career in them. (brookes.ac.uk)
  • CMU has created two media production suites for individual and collaborative creative projects. (cmu.ca)
  • Communication & Media Arts High School (CMA) is a school of choice and part of Detroit Public Schools in Detroit, Michigan on 14771 Mansfield in between Grand River and Fenkell. (wikipedia.org)
  • The average Social Media Communications Specialist II salary in Florissant, MO is $62,500 as of October 30, 2019, but the range typically falls between $55,219 and $77,272. (salary.com)
  • If we teach children basic media literacy in school, we give them keys to unlocking hidden messages in media for the rest of their lives. (google.com)
  • The Conversation Analytic Role-play Method (CARM): A method for training communication skills as an alternative to simulated role-play. (lboro.ac.uk)