I don’t know why she talks like that. But that word, curious, stuck with me. Curiosity instigates change, governs the governors. Yet, our curiosity is fading, and the consequences are evident. From indifference to stagnation, we aren't asking questions. That’s just it, isn’t it? To question is to know, and knowledge is a prerequisite to informed decision making. Therefore, it is necessary to examine our fading curiosity and its effects.
JOURNALISM AND THE SOCIETY 1.WHAT IS NEWS News is an important piece of information that is often current and unknown and is broadcasted to a mass audience. News is divided into two categories that are hard news and soft news. Hard news is up-to-date information of serious topics and events while soft news deals with human interest. What distinguishes hard news from soft news is that hard news is presented with a serious tone and its main agenda is to inform the public while soft news seeks to entertain
advancements, many cultural changes have also happened in the way people receive news. To get a deeper insight into this issue, this paper will take on a few cultural aspects of journalism that has changed with the advent of technology. While there are many areas, this paper will specifically focus on two areas, namely, citizen journalism and changes that have occurred in the tone and style of news presentation. These two aspects were chosen because they are two of the most evident changes that have happened
Decline of the World Wide Web Hossein Derakhshan article, “A Blogfather 's Lament for the Web” spoke about his concerns of the decline of the web. Writing this article, he directed his concerns for Facebook users in 2014. The article appeared to be about his past journaling experience in Iran which lead him to discover blogging, while keeping connected with his readers from his daily column within the Iranian paper. However, when Derakhshan went to prison because of his internet activities and
clients. We should focus on our “value-add” because that is what you as an individual bring to your company. 5. How are the journalism and fast food industries becoming flat? Journalism and fast food industries are becoming more “flat” because they were two of the few jobs that didn’t need outsourcing help or hadn’t been modified to include outsourcing, until now. With journalism you have stuff going on like the Reuters operation. “Work gets done where it can be done most effectively and efficiently
REALITY IS BROKEN | WHY GAMES MAKE US BETTER AND HOW THEY CAN CHANGE THE WORLD | JANE MCGONIGAL | Summary Zhang Huijing Fashion Marketing English 2nd Year We always regard “GAMES” as “pastimes”, but in reality the functions of games are more than that. First Part_ Introduction: Reality is broken Games have had enough of reality. You are one of gamers or you definitely know some of them. Who are the gamers? From different professions, ages of people could be the gamers. They play
THE IMPACT OF SCIENCE ON SOCIETY James Burke Jules Bergman Isaac Asimov NASA SP-482 THE IMPACT OF SCIENCE ON SOCIETY James Burke Jules Bergman Isaac Asimov Prepared by Langley Research Center Scientific and Technical Information Branch 1985 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC Library of Congress Cataloging in PublicationData Burke, James, 1936The impact of science on society. (NASA SP ; 482) Series of lectures given at a public lecture series sponsored by NASA and
updated: April 26, 2016 Logical Reasoning Bradley H. Dowden Philosophy Department California State University Sacramento Sacramento, CA 95819 USA ii iii Preface Copyright © 2011-14 by Bradley H. Dowden This book Logical Reasoning by Bradley H. Dowden is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. That is, you are free to share, copy, distribute, store, and transmit all or any part of the work under the following conditions: