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.
The exchange or transmission of ideas, attitudes, or beliefs between individuals or groups.
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.
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.
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.
Disorders of verbal and nonverbal communication caused by receptive or expressive LANGUAGE DISORDERS, cognitive dysfunction (e.g., MENTAL RETARDATION), psychiatric conditions, and HEARING DISORDERS.
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.
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.
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.
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)
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.
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)
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)
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.
The smallest continent and an independent country, comprising six states and two territories. Its capital is Canberra.
The main glucocorticoid secreted by the ADRENAL CORTEX. Its synthetic counterpart is used, either as an injection or topically, in the treatment of inflammation, allergy, collagen diseases, asthma, adrenocortical deficiency, shock, and some neoplastic conditions.
The transmission of messages to staff and patients within a hospital.
Communications networks connecting various hardware devices together within or between buildings by means of a continuous cable or voice data telephone system.
Sensation of making physical contact with objects, animate or inanimate. Tactile stimuli are detected by MECHANORECEPTORS in the skin and mucous membranes.

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)

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 ...
Interpersonal touch is a fundamental component of social interactions because it can mitigate physical and psychological distress. To reproduce the psychological and physiological effects associated with interpersonal touch, interest is growing in introducing tactile sensations to communication devices. However, it remains unknown whether physical contact with such devices can produce objectively measurable endocrine effects like real interpersonal touching can. We directly tested this possibility by examining changes in stress hormone cortisol before and after a conversation with a huggable communication device. Participants had 15-minute conversations with a remote partner that was carried out either with a huggable human-shaped device or with a mobile phone. Our experiment revealed significant reduction in the cortisol levels for those who had conversations with the huggable device. Our approach to evaluate communication media with biological markers suggests new design directions for interpersonal
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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.
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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.
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A contract vitiated by misrepresentation is voidable and not void ab initio. The misled party may either (i) rescind, or (ii) affirm and continue to be bound. If the claimant chooses to rescind, the contract will still be deemed to have been valid up to the time it was avoided, so any transactions with a third party remains valid, and the third party will retain good title.[74] Rescission can be effected either by informing the representor or by requesting an order from the court. Rescission is an equitable remedy which is not always available.[75] Rescission requires the parties to be restored to their former positions; so if this is not possible, rescission is unavailable.[76] A misled party who, knowing of the misrepresentation, fails to take steps to avoid the contract will be deemed to have affirmed through laches, as in Leaf v International Galleries;[77][78][79] and the claimant will be estopped from rescinding. The time limit for taking such steps varies depending on the type of ...
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. ...
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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 ...
Organised by the Department of Communication & Media at Liverpool University, the one-day conference aims to bring together a range of academic researchers from the fields of media and communication, international relations, literary and visual culture to discuss the ways in which the causes and consequences of war are portrayed through diverse texts, artwork and media ...
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 ...
If you are working according to an arrangement you have made with another person or organization-whether for compensation, as an intern, or as a volunteer-then you are working in service for a client. Your client has the ultimate decision-making power about what the deliverable will be and how it will be used. Your job is to fulfill their request according to clearly articulated specifications.. In contrast, if you are a business owner or department head creating content for yourself or your own business, you are your own boss. You do not report to anyone but yourself. This is not a service relationship.. If you are operating in a service position for a client, it does not mean that you are simply a servile button pusher. The reason why you have been hired in the first place is because you are perceived to be a communications professional in whatever manner of communication media you produce. Your responsibility as a professional is to help your client understand how communication works ...
As Steve Rubel noted a couple of days ago, and as I touched on at the end of the e.politics section on building and maintaining email lists, younger people are using IM, blogs and social networking sites as a replacement for email, which they generally see as a way to get an attachment or exchange messages with an elder, not as a way to communicate with a peer. As they move into the workforce, will it change or will they? Im a huge fan of email as a communications medium, since it allows for a degree of reflection that IM lacks, but Im also 37 and set in my ways as an online writer. As a result, I may be missing out on a revolution. But email is embedded in so many office communications streams that I dont see it disappearing any time remotely soon, though I could see it becoming more the equivalent of a certified letter an official rather than a personal communication. Does this join spam-blockers, list proliferation and recipient exhaustion as another factor that dooms email-list-based ...
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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 ...
Module code: GY3425. This final year module will reflect critically on the changing predominant philosophies of GIScience over time. Youll then consider from a critical angle the many emergent elements of digital geographies, such as the increased use of mobile devices and their impact on/creation of space and place, neogeographies and their expansion over the past 10 years.. The module will also evaluate the historical use of maps as a communication medium, from a cartesian and non-cartesian perspective, and link this theme to recent developments in map art and how it challenges the rigid structures and philosophies of GIScience.. ...
When moralists and social conservatives claim that the family is the foundation of society, they are obviously correct, in the sense that the alliance of a man and a woman - or some similar combination - to engender and bring up a child is clearly what human beings are programmed to do. Whatever different family structures we may invent, the extreme helplessness of human infants and the consequent necessity of an alliance among adults with some personal stake their survival is something we are stuck with. Where the social conservatives run quite off the rails, however, is in their assumption that this thing we call the family is necessarily or naturally happy. There is no particular reason why it should be. The whole basis of gender differentiation is the specialisation of one gamete, the sperm, to free-ride on the nutritive resources invested in the other gamete, the egg. On the macro level, too, each parent naturally endeavours to induce the other to invest the maximum economic resources in ...
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 ...
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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. ...
Much of current marketing is based on an overt persuasion model. This model says the purpose of marketing is to make people do what you want them to do by changing their minds and their behavior. This notion of persuasion is deeply entrenched in marketing and advertisings roots in sales and personal selling. It assumes marketers must first grab peoples attention, then persuade them with information and arguments, then get them to remember that persuasive message at a later point in time so it can impact their purchase decisions.. Persuasion is an act that must be received and interpreted consciously. It is impossible to persuade someone if they are not consciously aware of the persuasion attempt. So the act of persuasion and the measurement of persuasion both occur in the conscious realm. But an unintended byproduct of this conscious focus is that persuasive messaging, in order to activate conscious attention, must wrest attention away from wherever it was focused before. This act of ...
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Media Production majors gain production and performance skills working with the universitys television, radio, audio, and video facilities. Students may also work with the universitys newspaper and yearbook.. HU16: Our live weekday newscast is staffed by student producers, writers, directors, operators, on-air talent and others. Some positions are paid hourly, some are covered by scholarships, and others are given course credit. Applications and auditions for the newscast are held at the beginning of each semester. Those interested in participating should contact our News Director Dr. Ginger Blackstone. Those interested in technical positions at the TV station should contact the HU16 General Manager Mark Prior.. KVHU 95.3: KVHU, The Voice of Harding University, is a commercial FM station serving Central Arkansas with an eclectic mix of classic hits from various genres and generations. KVHUs unique programming targets a mature, professional, and affluent audience. KVHU is the home for live ...
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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 ...
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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.. ...
How the CIA Flips Spies - WARNING: this formula is extremely powerful and unlike anything youve read in any publicly available book about persuasion. It is reported it can even be used to manipulate people to do things against their will. DO NOT DO THAT. My personal feelings about the ethics of persuasion are thus: were all persuading each other all the time … Therefore, getting good at it is a requirement to win at life. Youll either master persuasion, or those who have will become your masters. That said, we do have a responsibility in how we use these skills. With them, we shape the world around us. Wed all like to live in a happier and healthier world, and using persuasion to harm folks is not the path to get there. ...
How good are you at email persuasion?Sales people struggle with emails. Its a key factor for getting the meeting, getting the sale and getting results.
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Where does this idea come from that persuasion is a mean and bad thing to do? Where does this idea come from that debate, expressing disagreement, saying I really think youre mistaken about this, and making a case for why...
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Persuasion (stage version); A faithful yet inventive adaptation of Jane Austens novel, with a set of Production Notes designed to make it easily stageable.
KBG syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder, caused by dominant mutations in ANKRD11, that is characterized by developmental delay/intellectual disability, mild craniofacial dysmorphisms, and short stature. Behavior and cognition have hardly been studied, but anecdotal evidence suggests higher frequencies of ADHD-symptoms and social-emotional impairments. In this study, behavioral and cognitive profile of KBG syndrome will be investigated in order to examine if and how cognitive deficits contribute to behavioral difficulties. A total of 18 patients with KBG syndrome and a control group consisting of 17 genetic patients with comparable intelligence levels, completed neuropsychological assessment. Age-appropriate tasks were selected, covering overall intelligence, attention, memory, executive functioning, social cognition and visuoconstruction. Results were compared using Cohens d effect sizes. As to behavior, fewer difficulties in social functioning and slightly more attentional problems, ...
As a Global Digital PR Planner, NCryptBit is improving the online presence of many brands. It is focusing on quality and long term strategies that are enabling clients to generate ongoing, targeted press coverage to positively affect their overall business. It is improving the clients image and reputation which is working for its growth. A dedicated article by NCryptBit about any companys products on the media publication helps to get maximum exposure for quality media readers.. NCryptBit is building and maintaining a mutually beneficial relationship between the media publications and brands. This is helping the brands to maximize positive coverage in the mass media. The agency has a range of online journalists and bloggers who are up to date on brands goals, policies, and practices.. It is making startups popular to the extent to which customers are able to recall or recognize their products and brand. Brand awareness is a key consideration in NCryptBits customer behavior and advertisement ...
To give special media attention and coverage to important people and events in the life of Muslims that do not gain mainstream media attention, and to change the media narrative of blaming Islam and Muslims for offences committed in its lofty name.. ...
Father Wendel OConnor refused to answer any questions, saying only that he had an accident in the shower and the there was nothing sexual in his situation.. The priests case comes with a particular context which has drawn a lot of media attention to it, but its actually common for people to get object stuck in their rear ends.. Every year, an average of 5 687 Americans show up at the hospital with various objects stuck in their anal cavities. Some of these cases have drawn a lot of media attention over recent years.. In October 2016, a mother of one from Wallasey in England, was rushed to the hospital to have a large vibrator taken out of her rectum.. In 2015, a 27-year-old unemployed American man went to the hospital with lower abdominal discomfort following an injection of a liquid adhesive in his anal cavity, five hours earlier.. Other objects reportedly found in peoples anal cavities include light bulbs, bottles, cell phones, various animals and even a Buzz Lightyear figurine.. ...
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 ...
Professor Tom Jackson from Loughborough University has done extensive research on the impact of work email on health and mental wellbeing.. His findings show there is a direct link between email use and increased levels of stress as well as other health conditions such as hypertension, thyroid disease, heart failure and coronary artery disease.. Professor Jackson, from the Universitys school of Business and Economics explains: Multifunctional devices like Blackberrys and iPhones allow workers to be accessible 24-hours a day, and because of this it is likely that there will be an increase in stress levels.. Another concerning aspect is that many employees do not realise that they are stressed, as in my study users perceived themselves not to be stressed when the physiological findings showed their bodies were under increased stress. This would indicate that employees might find it difficult to self-regulate their use of communication media to ensure they do not become overwhelmed by ...
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A Comprehensive List Of Obamas Worst Executive Orders. JUNE 15, 2012 BY LAURIE ROTH. There have been over 900 Executive Orders put forth from Obama, and he is not even through his first term yet. He is creating a martial law Disney Land of control covering everything imaginable. Some of the executive orders he has signed recently have been exposed thanks to Friends of Conservative Action Alerts. They have compiled a choice list of Emergency Powers, Martial law executive orders: Get your headache medication out while you still can without a prescription.. [EET ]. * Executive Order 10990 allows the Government to take over all modes of transportation and control of highways and seaports.. * Executive Order 10995 allows the government to seize and control the communication media.. * Executive Order 10997 allows the government to take over all electrical power, gas, petroleum, fuels, and minerals.. * Executive Order 11000 allows the government to mobilize civilians into work brigades under ...
10995 - Seizure of all communications media in the United States. #10997 - Seizure of all electric power, fuels, and minerals, both public and private. #10998 - Seizure of all food supplies and resources, public, and private, all farms and farm equipment. #10999 - Seizure of all means of transportation, including personal cars, trucks or vehicles of any kind and total control over all highways, seaports and waterways. #11000 - Seizure of all American population for work forces under federal supervision, including dividing families as necessary according to governmental plans. #11001 - Seizure of all health, education and welfare facilities, both public and private. #11002 - Empowers the Postmaster General to register all men, women and children in the U.S. #11003 - Seizure of all airports and aircraft. #11004 - Seizure of all housing and finance authorities, to establish Forced Relocation. Designates areas to be abandoned as unsafe, establishes new locations for populations, relocates ...
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%...
Our own perception limits our ability to comprehend these higher dimensional processes and on top of that, most of us are unable to solve problems in certain ways once we are used to solving problems in other ways.. It is important to understand that there are many commonalities throughout many machines that are overunity or in other words, they output more work than is required for us to input into them. Paul will spell these out in no uncertain terms - at least for the type of machines many of us have direct or second-hand experience with.. AIR GAPS - the air has important magnetic properties, which is the secret to many overunity machines and Paul will walk you through many details specifically related to this. Ed Gray, John Bedini and others used these principles that apply to the air and its interesting qualities. This specific information is worth its weight in gold even if this is the only thing you get from this presentation.. Get your copy here: ...
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
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It has been over 10 years since we initiated work on our first series of collaborative experiments. As graduate students, we had great fun planning, conducting, and writing this research (Petty & Cacioppo, 1977). We enjoyed arguing with each other at our initial meeting in 1973 and have sub-
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. ...
This principle is based on the psychology that we are more likely to comply with someone if we like them. The key element of liking is that we have some commonality and shared interests. Establishing likeability online can be a bit challenging because there is no face-to-face interaction, but your About Us page is a good place to start. Not only should your About Us page establish authority and expertise, but it should also show the human side of your business ...
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  • This occupation includes the 2018 SOC occupations 27-4015 Lighting Technicians and 27-4099 Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other and the 2010 SOC occupation 27-4099 Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other. (
  • In 2018 she won a prestigious two-years Marie S. Curie Experienced Fellowship to study ultra-right media and communication at the University of Loughborough, with a Secondment at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Firenze. (
  • Padovani, C. (2018) 'Lega Nord and Anti-Immigrationism: The Importance of Hegemony Critique for Social Media Analysis and Protest', The International Journal of Communication , 12(27): 3553-3579. (
  • The Global Media program director, Dr. R.S. Zaharna, is an internationally recognized scholar in public diplomacy and was recently named the Distinguished Scholar for 2018 by the International Communication section of the International Studies Association. (
  • The MA in Global Media program is accepting applications for the spring 2019 semester. (
  • Padovani, C. (2016) 'The Media of the Ultra-Right: Discourse and Media Activism Online', The Journal of Language and Politics ,15(4): 399-429. (
  • They can also choose between an academic dissertation in journalism, media or communication, or a practice-based final project. (
  • With a tradition of excellence in undergraduate education since the 1930s, the School of Media and Communication looks forward to contributing to today's new environment of communication education and practice. (
  • Overall, our students learn both the theory and the practice of communication giving them skills that translate directly into the professional world. (
  • Courses look at the theory behind communication and its goals, while at the same time putting theoretical lessons and methods into practice in a variety of communication mediums. (
  • It combines theory and practice of journalism, public relations practice, and theoretical analysis of the media. (
  • This 16-credit, cross-school undergraduate minor provides exposure to the business, theory, and practice of media and entertainment. (
  • Our media programme is ideal if you want to study a unique integration of theory and practice. (
  • Larissa Hjorth, Distinguished Professor and Director of the Design & Creative Practice Research Platform, RMIT University, Australia) "In Aerial Play , Julia Hildebrand provides a serious, scholarly, and accessible study of a highly significant new medium that is altering the world that we live in, and the way that we view ourselves. (
  • Its membership is drawn from a wide cross-section of the communications industry, including carriers, carriage and internet service providers, content providers, search engines, equipment vendors, IT companies, consultants and business groups. (
  • This document provides guidelines for staff, faculty, students and alumni who manage (create, moderate and/or co-ordinate content) social media accounts on behalf of the University of Alberta. (
  • As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, media companies are struggling to shift programming to address new viewing habits and content changes. (
  • The "Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications" explores the ways that editorial content--from journalism and scholarship to films and infomercials--is developed, presented, stored, analysed and regulated around the world. (
  • Maintain active communication with ambassadors in order to get endorsement/followers/content from them. (
  • Reporting to the Digital & Design Solutions Manager, the Communications Coordinator will create and deliver digital e-newletters, social media campaigns, and develop new video-based promotional content. (
  • Imagine Communications is laser-focused on leading the industry to a future defined by IP, software, the cloud and TV Everywhere, with an architecture vision for delivering and monetizing multiscreen content," said Charlie Vogt, CEO of Imagine Communications. (
  • Digital Rapids has succeeded in today's dynamic media environment, where advanced content production workflows and live and on-demand, multiscreen distribution opportunities require media organizations to efficiently process and manage a rapidly expanding volume of content and an ever-increasing array of media formats and specifications. (
  • Digital Rapids' software-based workflow management, transcoding and encoding solutions will integrate with Imagine Communications' existing mezzanine quality origination encoding, adaptive bit rate (ABR) transcoding technology and content delivery network software to create an end-to-end, TV Everywhere solution for optimized file-based and live video stream distribution across a variety of platforms. (
  • Students also produce sports content for social media including the HU16/Harding Sports Network Instagram account. (
  • Social media strategy including advertising and content curation is tasked to Jason Swackhamer , Social Media & Digital Content Strategist at SVSU. (
  • To get added to this list you must be a department of the university or an organization affiliated with the university and content must be approved as appropriate contact Web Communications using the contact information provided. (
  • CMMC resource incorporates the content of CommSearch (formerly produced by the National Communication Association) and Mass Media Articles Index (formerly produced by Penn State) along with numerous other top journals in communication and media studies. (
  • This paper reports on a survey of 150 adult Facebook users examining what type of strategies people engage in to deal with face-threatening content on social media. (
  • While face threats also happen in person, social media content is easily shareable with a large number of people and much more likely to go viral. (
  • Baran (2012) states that "behaviour was limited by opinion leaders - people who initially consumed media content on topics of particular interest to them, interpreted it in light of their own values and beliefs, and then passed it on to opinion followed, people like them who had less frequent contact with media. (
  • Our keynote speakers will outline what the younger generation are witness to or victim of on a daily basis through social media, cyber-bullying and general internet content. (
  • Media studies courses may vary significantly in their content and approach to the subject, but most offer a combination of practical preparation for various media careers , alongside opportunities to analyze media representations from different perspectives - including moral, political and historical. (
  • 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. (
  • Demonstrate writing and speaking competencies by producing written content for media and through presentations. (
  • Produce and distribute content for social media. (
  • The Web 2.0 revolution is as much about changing communication culture as it is about using social networking sites, such as MySpace, Facebook, Wikipedia, Flickr, Twitter, and blogs, to reach diverse audiences with safety and health information. (
  • Practically all social media platforms, whether produced in-house (like DLR Blogs) or external (like YouTube) offer the possibility for direct contact: users can contact us or one of our authors by commentary, trackback, Twitter-"@"- Mention or sending direct messages, etc., and usually get an answer in a very short time. (
  • Despites the popularity of our social media platforms, we also get criticised: blogs, Twitter and Facebook are often seen as being unsound (both inside and outside the DLR) and as unsuited for the communication of complex research. (
  • Twitter in particular, due to the communication of sometimes trival or senseless information, is often harshly criticised - but this is true for other social platforms as well. (
  • In case you hadn't noticed, @terryteachout, my Twitter account, was hacked on Sunday morning as part of a cross-platform attack on my social-media presence. (
  • The Archaeology, Media and Communication Research Network will identify and research the new 'spaces' that seem open for archaeologists, exploring the potential for collaboration with commissioners, producers (in the case of television and radio programmes, for example), museum professionals, ICT experts, networking portals, and other private companies. (
  • Given the cross-media approach of the research pursued, the Network includes and welcomes researchers and professionals with a variety of interests in and connections to the communications world in its many forms. (
  • Many also win prestigious nation-wide scholarships and grants to conduct research on various topics, and industry placements in various media organisations in Glasgow and beyond. (
  • After a number of research programs, Aflac focused its attention on national partnerships, events and company initiatives, communicating each through a variety of media, inspiring organic interaction with crucial audiences. (
  • FCC Releases the Final Three Research Studies on Media Ownership. (
  • FCC Releases Five Research Studies on Media Ownership and Adopts Procedures for Public Access to Underlying Data Sets. (
  • This book identifies and analyzes priorities, themes, projects and publications in the world's leading communication research institutes, centers and doctoral programs. (
  • It also presents an assessment of the state and future of communication research by prominent international scholars in communication. (
  • Using these data sources, the book provides a comprehensive review of communication and media research outside the United States, a critical gap in the literature. (
  • Communication students can participate in a variety of nationally and professionally linked student organizations, and learn through actual research involving political polls, telephone surveys and marketing research. (
  • Students who major in Communication are taught to speak, write and work professionally while gaining true understanding of communication situations, media, research and application. (
  • You will also receive specific research training in the area of culture, film and media in order to lay the foundation for your final year dissertation. (
  • These methodological challenges are addressed in my research project, which aims to explore the growing of Public Diplomacy activities on social media. (
  • Yet, the study of Public Diplomacy on social media is still struggling to find an appropriate research method that is able to capture the complexity of the social media communication and assess engagement and participation. (
  • Dayei's research interest focuses on emotion and incivility in political discussions on social media. (
  • Her research interests are in the field of ultra-right social movements media, media and politics, alternative/radical media, public service media, critical theories. (
  • 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. (
  • Her main areas of interest are social research, statistical methods, interpersonal and mass communication, and gender relations. (
  • Courses that Dr. Wetcher-Hendricks regularly teaches include Basic Research Methods, Advanced Research Methods, Sociology of Gender, and Media Technology and Society. (
  • Her areas of interest are: social research and statistical methods, including mathematical modeling, interpersonal and mass communication. (
  • The Cross-Cultural Communication and Media Studies MA provides theoretical, research and practical training in areas of international and intercultural communication and the media. (
  • Over 80% of Cultural and Media Studies research rated world leading or internationally excellent. (
  • The pathway draws on our research in media, communication and cultural studies . (
  • Cultural and Media Studies in top 20% for research quality. (
  • Third International Workshop on Global Internet Governance: An Interdisciplinary Research Field in Construction Organized by GigaNet, in cooperation with The Canadian Communication Association and. (
  • 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. (
  • This course is for those students wishing to pursuing postgraduate careers in media and related research fields such as professional journalism training and careers in publishing, advertising, public relations, marketing and arts administration and policy. (
  • The degree's affiliation with the Q-Step Centre ensures that graduates possess strong data literacy and quantitative methods skills, which are highly sought after in sectors as diverse as the government and local government, education, market research organisations, the not-for-profit sector, the financial sector and the news media. (
  • You will study the big issues in contemporary media and communication, expand on your abilities and further investigate your specialisation using sophisticated research and project skills. (
  • The interdisciplinary media studies doctorate foregrounds a diverse array of research methods and theoretical frameworks. (
  • Engage with an expert in their field for media or research consultancy. (
  • The ownership and control debate in media research concerns very different issues from the classic microeconomics debate about corporate ownership and control (Mastrini and Becerra 2008, Sussman 2008). (
  • Social media research experts DigitalMR form partnership with Brandnew Marketing Communications (BNMC), the Italian health and well being marketing specialists. (
  • Social media research experts DigitalMR have formed a new partnership with Brandnew Marketing Communications (BNMC), the Italian health and well being marketing specialists. (
  • BNMC , will work in partnership with UK based DigitalMR, developing the latest online marketing and research solutions, to create more effective health & wellbeing marketing communication campaigns. (
  • It specialises in utilising social media research, especially active web-listening, and online communities to enhance its business consulting approach. (
  • Wohn and Spottswood began the research to better understand how people deal with face threats using computer-mediated communication and how their response affects their relationship with the person who created the uncomfortable situation. (
  • Her research interests include human computer interaction and the examination of factors that contribute to socially sustainable technology (social media, mobile phones and games) and how it relates to well-being. (
  • A partnership between the School of Communication and the School of International Service , this unique, interdisciplinary degree (formerly known as the MA in International Media) integrates the study of global communication theory, research methods, and media production skills, equipping you to lead teams of communication practitioners in managing information and relations across global media platforms. (
  • Drawing on the research and professional expertise of faculty from the two separate schools, the program will give you a deep understanding of the economic, cultural, and geopolitical dimensions of global media environment. (
  • This book explores recreational uses of consumer drones from the lenses of media ecology, mobile communication, mobilities research, and science and technology studies. (
  • Aerial Play addresses some of the complex debates around quotidian surveillance and mundane mobilities and how these practices recalibrate how we understand media ecology, mobile communication, mobilities research, and science and technology studies. (
  • As part of the School of Arts and Humanities Communication, Culture and Media Research Seminar series, Anna Dawson, NTU, presents: Post Feminism and Contemporary Melodrama. (
  • The cross-border media communication (cbmc) research project investigates how, why and when media products transcend national and cultural borders. (
  • To accommodate the research objective of a broad understanding of cross-border activities on media markets the analyses comprise different countries. (
  • In the same way, social media have been growing in importance for quite a while now - around two and half years - also for a big research organisation and space agency like DLR, which stands not only for excellence in scientific research but also for technology, innovation and progress. (
  • The following are Andy Lippman's opening remarks from the Media Lab's spring 2017 member meeting. (
  • 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. (
  • Participation in campus media is not limited to Communication, Journalism and Public Relations, and Media Production and Studies majors. (
  • Media Production majors gain production and performance skills working with the university's television, radio, audio, and video facilities. (
  • Where do communication and media majors work after graduation? (
  • Opportunities abound at Merrimack for hands-on, experiential learning for our communication and media majors and minors. (
  • As future public health practitioners, combined Media, Culture, and Communication/Global Public Health majors develop an interdisciplinary understanding of the sociological, political, and cultural intersections of global media and health policy. (
  • The program's internationally recognized faculty encourage MCC majors to think deeply and broadly about culture and media using theoretical and historical frameworks. (
  • Provide innovative solutions that empower media and entertainment and telecommunications organizations to achieve more. (
  • Empower media and entertainment organizations to achieve more with solutions that inspire creativity and collaboration, optimize the digital media supply chain, and engage and monetize audiences. (
  • Coordinate with media relations staff who serve within the collaborating members' individual organizations, as needed. (
  • Local programming is produced by the students of the Mass Communication Department along with select outside organizations. (
  • Advances in information and communication technology (ICT) are changing organizations, with old practices being altered and new practices, spaces and possibilities created (Wertheim, 1999). (
  • The school supports local chapters of several national organizations dedicated to professional interest in mass communication fields: Society of Professional Journalists, Public Relations Student Society of America, and Society of Newspaper Design. (
  • It is about the activities of media organizations on foreign markets - this includes the trade of media goods, their import and export, but also financial investments, acquisitions, co-operations as well as the transfer and exchange of knowledge and human resources. (
  • each use was presented through one or more case studies, highlighting how these media experiences were designed and consumed and what characteristics can be accounted for the benefits that they have generated. (
  • The School of Media and Communication includes three departments: Communication (COMM), Journalism and Public Relations (JOUR), and Media Production and Studies (MDIA). (
  • A central mission of the Department of Media Production and Studies is to produce well-rounded graduates to be future decision-makers in the electronic media and allied professions. (
  • Media Bureau Announces the Release of Requests for Quotation for Media Ownership Studies and Seeks Suggestions for Additional Studies in Media Ownership Proceeding. (
  • This course, combining international media and communications studies with degree-level study in French language and culture, is open to beginners in French as well as post-A level students. (
  • You will have the option to cover a range of subjects such as the social role of the mass media, communications theory, inter-cultural communications, and cultural studies. (
  • You will divide your time equally between French and media and communications studies. (
  • In international media and communications studies you will be introduced to cultural and communications theories, and debates surrounding mass media and new media. (
  • In international media and communications studies you will explore issues around public relations, political communication and global media and news production. (
  • Cinzia Padovani (PhD, Media Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, 1999) is Associate Professor with Tenure at the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts at Southern Illinois University. (
  • The theoretical underpinning of her scholarship is firmly rooted in hegemonic critique and critical media studies. (
  • Communication & Mass Media Complete (CMMC) is a robust communication studies database. (
  • It provides full-text, indexing and abstracts for many top communication journals covering all related disciplines, including media studies, linguistics, rhetoric and discourse. (
  • Joel Nathan Rosen (Associate Professor of Sociology) is Program Director in Communications and Media Studies at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. (
  • Other areas of interest, based upon her own academic background, include gender studies, interpersonal communication and classroom pedagogy. (
  • The Media Studies pathway is a specialism on the Cross-Cultural Communication MA . (
  • This specialist pathway is delivered by academic staff in media and cultural studies from the School of Arts and Cultures . (
  • The media studies strand of taught modules is delivered by academic staff in media and cultural studies from the School of Arts and Cultures . (
  • You'll also have the opportunity to continue your studies with the Master of Media (Strategic Communication). (
  • The media studies BS engages the history, present, and future of global media, offering significant opportunities to study media abroad in international contexts. (
  • The media studies MA trains agile researchers of a shifting global media landscape. (
  • While previous academic or professional work in this field is not required, some background knowledge of communication studies, professional experience in media or journalism, or international studies or work experience is recommended. (
  • Previous studies have analyzed the exchange of media products but ignored further forms of cross-border activities. (
  • As Chairman of the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, I intend to look carefully at how the FCC has approached media ownership issues and ensure that the FCC's media ownership studies provide a balanced accounting of the facts, not one-sided justification for more media concentration. (
  • As the media and communication sector becomes ever more diverse and dynamic, degrees in the field of media and communication studies are also growing in popularity. (
  • The slightly broader field of communication studies extends beyond areas typically considered within the "media" domain, to explore human communications in all kinds of environment and context. (
  • Courses in media studies and communication studies are typically taught through a combination of lectures, seminars, screenings, various practical activities and assessments, and one-to-one supervision, all of which aim at providing students with a broad understanding of today's media world. (
  • Each four-track concentration allows students to focus their studies, preparing them for communication/media careers as well as for baccalaureate degree programs. (
  • The Department of Communication's mission is to generate and share knowledge about human communication in a variety of social contexts and to teach applications for ethical and effective interaction in personal and professional settings. (
  • This course will encourage you to explore how the various forms of communication that shape your everyday life operate differently in French-speaking contexts. (
  • Through a combination of theoretical and practical work, you will learn the principles of communication across a range of media and cultural contexts, and develop your own skills as an effective communicator. (
  • Delineate the social, cultural, and historical contexts of media in society. (
  • It is a useful reference for U.S. and international communication scholars, and can be a textbook for graduate and undergraduate courses in international communication, global communication and communication theories. (
  • Erin Spottswood (M.A., Michigan State University, Ph.D., Cornell University) is an assistant professor in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Portland State University, where she examines how online environments reinforce and challenge traditional theories on interpersonal dynamics to advance the understanding of communication technology, interpersonal perceptions and communication behavior. (
  • To see Imagine Communications' entire TV Everywhere portfolio and media frameworks including Digital Rapids solutions and technologies, visit booth N2503 at the 2014 NAB Show. (
  • Today's media industry expands beyond traditional print and broadcast journalism. (
  • The most successful professionals in today's media are not only highly skilled in reporting, writing, editing and pitching their material. (
  • Media Production is an exciting opportunity for students to learn and develop production and performance skills that are highly valued in today's media and digital world. (
  • This relatively young academic discipline once had a lot to prove, but in today's media-dominated cultural landscape, media and communications have become some of the most relevant, exciting and powerful subjects you could choose to study. (
  • These guidelines are not meant to apply to faculty, students, staff, and alumni sharing their views on their own personal social media accounts. (
  • School of Communication faculty are leaders in exploring how global media shapes the way we think and act today. (
  • The faculty teaching in the Global Media program all bring an international background and perspective to their work. (
  • The Department of Journalism and Public Relations is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC). (
  • The campaign produced a 11.6% increase in Facebook likes despite the reduced reach resulting from the algorithm change, an increase in engagement during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month of nearly 388%, top-tier media coverage and multiple reputation-enhancing awards. (
  • You'll graduate well equipped to shape strategic communications for organisations of all kinds, and to achieve all objectives: marketing, business development, community engagement and positive social change. (
  • Letizia Affinito, founder and MD of BNMC said, "This partnership will allow us to create marketing communications in a new way, using insights to improve customer engagement and amplify positive word of mouth thus creating more effective campaigns for our clients. (
  • GHQ is a dynamic multi-platform "radio" station run by students using mobile, social and digital audience engagement technology designed by media technology innovator Futuri Media. (
  • You'll graduate with the professional knowledge and ethical groundings to be an international journalist, media producer, visual media maker, campaign manager, or international communication strategist. (
  • 16 May 2011This workshop proposed various 'strategies' via which archaeologists may engage the non-specialist public through digital media experiences. (
  • We are looking for a MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS specialist that can help us to develop this project. (
  • By Joaquin Uy Ethnic Media & Communications Specialist City of Seattle Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs Photo by Nate Gowdy The City of Seattle joined U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to commemorate Citizenship Day on Sept. 17 by announcing a new joint citizenship campaign, followed by a naturalization ceremony. (
  • Joaquin Uy has been appointed as Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA) new Ethnic Media and Communications Specialist for the City of Seattle. (
  • 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. (
  • Students now study visual and broadcast communications through the MHS career pathways programs at McMinnville High School. (
  • The final year is designed to help students enhance their professional profile for whatever they plan to do after graduation: whether pursuing employment in the media and communication field, entering the graduate job market in the private/public sector, or staying on for further study at postgraduate level. (
  • The mission of the School of Media and Communication is to promote and extend the study of communication processes ranging from personal transactions to mass-mediated communication. (
  • Media Bureau Seeks Comment on Hispanic Television Study as part of Quadrennial Review of Media Ownership Rules and Diversity of Ownership of Broadcast Media. (
  • Protective Order for MMTC Cross Media Ownership Study Data. (
  • Media Bureau Invites Comments on Study Submitted by the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council in 2010 Quadrennial Review of Broadcast Ownership Rules. (
  • The Office of Communications Business Opportunities and the Media Bureau Announce the Release of a Request for Quotation for Study Examining the Critical Information Needs of the American Public. (
  • Why study Communication Arts: Concentration Print & Web Journalism at APSU? (
  • Why Study Communication and Media? (
  • The Media and Communications Building is now equipped with a technically advanced, flexible room that serves as a study area, class room and meeting room and is capable of accommodating entire classes, independent group work, and individual students. (
  • It is designed for students who wish to combine the study of cross-cultural communication with developing skills and knowledge relevant to various aspects of media. (
  • You will study with other media students. (
  • The broad-based course of study will hone your skills over a range of media and introduce you to filmmaking, news writing, digital imaging, web design, and photography. (
  • Your essay on your desire to and reasons for pursuing graduate study in global media will be essential in demonstrating your serious commitment to a career in this field, along with the other required application materials . (
  • In the mobile companionship with her own drone, Hildebrand contributes an innovative "auto-technographic" method for the self-reflective study of media and mobility. (
  • Numerous study away opportunities allow students to cultivate a deeper knowledge of the global production, circulation, and reception of contemporary media. (
  • The Media, Culture, and Communication program offers students a theoretical background for entry into a wide range of careers and graduate study. (
  • The World Wide Web itself was criticised in just this way a long time ago - and since then has emerged as a mass medium with a comparable reach to that of TV, as the latest ARD/ZDF Online Study 2010 (german only) confirms: "76 percent of German internet users go online every day. (
  • Study media and communication and you will face the challenge of keeping pace with the latest trends, technologies and debates. (
  • You will, however, be required to demonstrate good grades at your previous study level, alongside a passion for media and communication. (
  • Communications Company Limited is a Maltese mass media company owned by the Nationalist Party. (
  • Edited by Donald H. Johnston, the Encyclopedia offers a comprehensive, scholarly review of both the historic background and current state of mass communication worldwide. (
  • To further develop and enhance this database, EBSCO has established two working groups of expert advisors represented by leading librarians, bibliographers and professionals in the areas of communication and mass media. (
  • Particular attention will be given to the phraseologisms and to the slang-language used in today's mass media world in all its semantic functions and nuances. (
  • Mass media texts will be analyzed in class with the help of specific descriptive and interpretative categories. (
  • The Society for Collegiate Journalists is a National Honor Society of Collegiate Mass Communications. (
  • There are different understanding of mass communication processes involving the sharing of information from various sources using the media devoted to the public. (
  • Presenters in mass communication as an important element of mass communication is the mass media . (
  • Not very structured and mass communication received by the audience and contains information such as short stories, novels, films, television shows, news, newspaper advertisements, billboards or website. (
  • A variety of attitudes and behaviors that journalists should follow the system that has been created in the channels of mass communication. (
  • The mass media is the medium that contains, save and send the message. (
  • Mass communication focuses on appealing a group of people through television, newspapers, social networks, and general meetings. (
  • Mass mode of communication differs from interpersonal communication in terms of the absence of personal connection between the participating parties. (
  • According to Baran (2012) mass communication can be defined as "the process of creating shared meaning between the mass media and their audiences. (
  • Here the mass media by paying attention to certain news items and relegating some others to the background ,sets public opinion and directs the mind of the people on what to think about Ralph, E Hanson states that 'the theory holds that issues that are portrayed as important in the news media become important to the public-that is the media sets the agenda for public debate. (
  • Dr. Jason McKahan, associate professor of mass communications and chair of the Department of Mass Communications, Dr. Kevin Williams, professor of mass communications, and Dr. Matt Kushin, associate professor of mass communications, presented a workshop on Wednesday, October 12, on the development of communication and media in the internet age. (
  • McKahan, Williams, and Kushin said they're excited they were able to meet the executives, to highlight what Shepherd's Department of Mass Communications offers, and to learn how communication is taught in China versus here. (
  • Weiss, D. (1978) Communication, presse et mass media dans l'entreprise. (
  • Discuss the history and forms of mass media, its use and impact on society, corporations, and government. (
  • LTV's interests in the media extend to helping schools develop strong media education programs to help students become literate digital citizens. (
  • Special interest lies in helping schools integrate technology to prepare students for a lifetime of healthy media consumption. (
  • Students can take up to one full unit of courses outside the Department of Media and Communications Department (non MC-prefixed courses). (
  • Students from the Media Arts and Communications Academy compete as a part of McMinnville High School athletics. (
  • All students take one core required class per semester in year 1, which introduces them to the larger field of journalism, media and communication (semester 1) and to essential skills of journalism reporting and writing (semester 2). (
  • In the second year of the course, students must take two required classes and one option, which will enhance students' conceptual understanding of the field and strengthen their practical skills, plus will introduce them to digital media. (
  • The specializations build on core journalism skills to prepare students for work in specialized media. (
  • The Department of Communication at APSU is unique in providing students hands-on experience from the first day they enter the classroom and studios. (
  • Communication students are taught to look beyond what the message is alone, and discover the meaning, reasoning and art behind it. (
  • Students at APSU select coursework in the general education core in the areas of Communication, Humanities and Fine Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences, History, Natural Sciences, and Mathematics. (
  • Media Production builds on a foundation of video, audio, and broadcast skills and then provides more than 30 hours of electives to allow students to build a curriculum tailored to their needs and desires. (
  • The Media Production major prepares students for successful careers in audio, video, broadcast, and digital media production. (
  • See a selection of our communication and media major internships and the role they have played in our students' education at Merrimack. (
  • It comprises one compulsory module and a number of optional modules available to all cross-cultural communication students. (
  • Student media is an important facet of student life at Thiel College, especially for students in the Department of Media, Communication and Public Relations. (
  • These groups provide entertainment and information to the Thiel campus as well as providing hands-on experience in media communication for students. (
  • Our students take both conceptual and applied courses concurrently in the Schools of Communication and International Service. (
  • The Global Media program draws students who bring an international background and perspective. (
  • The Global Media master's program is full-time , and students are generally expected to complete the 39-credit-hour program within 24 months. (
  • I was hoping to get a sense of their interest in the global communication field, how it's changing, and the connection between educating students and educating people to think globally," Kushin said. (
  • The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication's academically rigorous Bachelor of Science degree is grounded in the liberal arts, providing students with the necessary tools to understand the sociological, political, and cultural aspects of media and technology. (
  • Note: Participation in a media equipment orientation session is required of all students in designated courses that will be granted borrowing privileges and production suite access. (
  • The College's Division of Media Properties, located in the Flanagan Wing of Weimer Hall, includes seven broadcast stations, allowing students from throughout the College to gain experience in a competitive broadcast and multimedia environment. (
  • Media and communication degrees aim to prepare students for work in media-related industries, and train them to critically analyze the ways in which the media reflects, represents and influences the world. (
  • For instance, as well as gaining practical skills such as film production or copy-writing, students may also have the opportunity to explore issues such as media representations of gender or race, or of a particular culture or political conflict. (
  • Through their participation, students will be prepared to enter various communication and media disciplines as videographers, producers, directors, writers and editors in the following industries: television, radio, new media journalism, the Web and social media management. (
  • You will work to develop and manage strategic relationships with the media and will protect and enhance the Trusts' brand and reputation. (
  • The general education core is designed to develop critical competencies in written communication, oral communication, mathematical analysis, and critical thinking skills. (
  • This course enables you to develop your French language skills while learning about the theory and history of communications in a global context. (
  • Each country features specific economic, cultural, and political conditions that influence how the media markets develop and how media companies act. (
  • It is home to numerous cultural institutions, has a flourishing new media industry, and is one of the world's leading centres for publishing. (
  • As part of the Communications team, the main purpose of this role is to promote the Trusts and their activities and messages to UK audiences through the media, with a view to influencing key stakeholders, public opinion and action for wildlife. (
  • Social media and mainstream news media are the main sources that calculate the score. (
  • [email protected], the Centre d'études sur les médias, and Le Devoir present an international conference entitled, The Independent Newspaper: Elusive Dream or Beacon of Democracy? (
  • Your crisis communications strategy has the basics, but this moment in healthcare demands being mindful of just how big the. (
  • risk and crisis communication. (
  • Members across the country tell us again and again how critical communication is during this crisis. (
  • The Media Production major is one of the most versatile academic programs in the Department of Communication. (
  • Complete the social media post request form for consideration to be the subject of an individual/department/organization takeover of the university's Instagram, SnapChat or TikTok channel(s). (
  • Ever more frequently, we in the DLR Communication Department have to answer the question how and why we use social networks and social media in our work. (
  • We can help your organization maximize national visibility through a full range of public relations, communications, media and donor-relations initiatives. (
  • They are international journalists , award-winning media producers , and communication strategists and researchers who have an eye for culture. (
  • Not to worry, prestigious researchers blame them on social media trolls and bots And another thing: The researchers phoned the Seventies and asked them to please come back. (
  • It covers Humanities & Social Sciences, Education, Media and Psychology, as well as many interdisciplinary themes. (
  • Media Bureau Announces Media Ownership Workshop in Tampa, FL. (
  • Media Bureau Announces Media Ownership Workshop on Financial Issues. (
  • Learn to analyze our rapidly changing and increasingly global media landscape in this 16-credit undergraduate minor. (
  • Congress has an important role to play in reviewing any proposal that will impact the acceptable level of concentration of media properties in a community. (
  • 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? (
  • An informed understanding of the deep principles behind communication and creative work will help you be ready for the changing challenges of global cultural, political and business environments. (
  • It examines key media, communication and cultural institutions. (
  • One day you could be analysing a variety of media forms, the next producing cultural artefacts, such as documentaries or podcasts. (
  • The cbmc project analyzes how these three economic entities might be characterized under the conditions of transnational (i.e. transcending national borders) and transcultural (i.e. transcending cultural boundaries) communication. (
  • A key goal of this office is to deliver timely, accurate, consistent, cohesive and strategic communications to the City's constituencies. (
  • The communications and media industries are undergoing profound transformation in the age of digitization. (
  • Effective response to the impact COVID-19 is having on communications and media industries depends on agile, adaptable analytics. (
  • Industries with the highest published employment and wages for Lighting Technicians and Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other are provided. (
  • For a list of all industries with employment in Lighting Technicians and Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other, see the Create Customized Tables function. (
  • Doctoral) 'A Family affair: The political economy of Samsung in Korean media industries. (
  • You'll also have the opportunity to gain invaluable work experience within the creative and media industries through our work placements. (
  • The cbmc project is about communication, because cross-border activities eventually are communicative processes, they are cross-border communication. (
  • Identifying potential foreign markets, choosing cooperation partners and executing transnational trade - all these activities demand decisions that are coordinated in communication processes. (
  • You'll acquire technical and professional skills in journalism, communication, information design and management, and you'll use them in the dynamic media market of Glasgow and beyond. (
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  • Do you have the skills to help generate great media coverage for the wonderful work of conservation? (
  • With proven successes in publicising campaigns, you will already have excellent written and verbal communication skills. (
  • At the end of the course, you will have a range of transferable skills, as well as advanced level French skills, an understanding of the international media and an in-depth understanding of French culture. (
  • As a communication and media major at Merrimack College, you'll sharpen your skills as a sophisticated producer and consumer of communication. (
  • Excellent writing, speaking and media production skills are crucial for many communication careers. (
  • The Global Media program will enable you to combine your passion for international issues that change our world with cutting-edge media production skills to make a global impact. (
  • If you're seeking to build the knowledge and skills necessary to have global impact through shaping communication and media at the international, inter-organizational, and interpersonal levels, you'll find what you're looking for in our Master of Arts in Global Media. (
  • It explores the diverse ways in which all forms of media and communication drive the global economy, shape individual identities and define contemporary social life. (
  • Traversing themes such as drone geography, communication, mobility and new visualities, Aerial Play explores how drones can help us reinvent our digital methods. (
  • What do media and communication degrees cover? (
  • Most media and communication degrees accept applicants from a variety of different academic backgrounds. (
  • Activists' Communication in a post-disaster zone: cross-media strategies for protest mobilization in L'Aquila, Italy', in B. Cammaerts, P. McCurdy, and A. Mattoni, Mediation and Mobilization , London: Routledge. (
  • What role do communication, media and culture play in the construction of our identity? (
  • Flexibility - The course is structured around the three key themes of communication, media and culture. (
  • 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. (
  • Whether the great pyramids of Giza have inspired you to preserve ancient heritages, or a PR internship in Beijing showed you the power of global trends, or developed a love for culture while teaching in a small village in coastal Spain, the MA in Global Media could be the academic passport you need to pursue your global vision. (
  • Merrimack professors across all disciplines have been winning awards, publishing papers, participating in academic panels and workshops, and featured in the media. (
  • Communications: Public Relations. (
  • Journalism offers three different specializations: print journalism (includes newspaper and magazine journalism), broadcast journalism (includes radio, television, and electronic media) and public relations (includes corporate, agency, and non-profit). (
  • Media Arts and Communications Academy (or MACA) was a charter school located in McMinnville, Oregon, United States. (
  • Media Arts and Communications Academy opened in 2007 as a part of Oregon's Small School Initiative. (
  • 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. (
  • The same guidelines are suggested for contractors or agents of the university who may also be appointed to co-ordinate university social media accounts. (
  • They are intended to highlight best practices and encourage the use of social media to advance the reputation of the university. (
  • She has a First Class BA Psychology degree from Ewha Womans University (South Korea), and an MA with Distinction in International Media and Communications from the University of Nottingham. (
  • SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV - Three Shepherd University communications professors made a presentation to 20 media executives from China who are visiting the area to learn more about media operations and education in the United States. (
  • New York University was named the best school for media professionals by LinkedIn, in large part because of the success of MCC graduates. (