Consumer Psychology in a Social Media World:
Guide to Managing Information Overload in a Social Media World: Dr. Edward Carlevale
You may have seen my article that list arguments that provide reasoning to be against same-sex marriage. This writing is a brief article that provides thriee arguments that those who support - same-sex marriage will most likely use to persuade to be more neutral or even join them in a same-sex marriage movement. I remain neutral on the political issue, but these three arguments are the most frequently used and pack the most punch behind them in their persuasion power. This qualifies as an ethics scholarly article. I have a Bachelor´s of Business Management and an Associates Degree of Management Technology. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Trevor Clinger. BBA. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/027458/bk_acx0_027458_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Social Media Guidance - Real World Application, Templates, Documents, and Examples of the use of Social Media in the Public Domain. PLUS Free access to membership only site for downloading.: Ivanka Menken
American lawyer-turned-sociologist David Riesman published his first book, The Lonely Crowd, in 1950. Aimed at academics, it nonetheless gained a large popular audience. In it, Riesman explores the links between social character - the ways in which members of a society are similar to one another - and social structures. He argues that as the United States became predominantly consumer-driven, rather than production-driven - particularly after World War II - American social character changed. Riesman said that prewar Americans had been largely inner-directed: they based their behavior on their own internal values and beliefs. Postwar Americans were becoming other-directed, with external groups, including peers and the media, now a key influence on the way they behaved. Riesman was observing, rather than judging, this change. The public, however, read his book as a criticism of the United States´ newly developing social character. Riesman´s work popularized sociology, helping to establish it as an academic discipline, and today it provides a fascinating window into the 1950s American psyche. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Macat.com. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064336/bk_acx0_064336_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Squatting is an issue that affects millions of people worldwide. Because of the profound impact it has on culture, social constructs, legal systems, and popular media, it deserves a closer look. Knowledge of this age-old phenomenon and its implications will also give you a better understanding of how the world works. You may even begin seeing things differently in your day-to-day life. This short and concise book, Squatting: The Ultimate Beginner´s Guide for Understanding How, Why, and Where People Squat, will help you gain a clearer picture of squatting and its implications for squatters and landowners alike. Here, we will discuss the history, development, and future of squatting as well as its short-term and long-term effects on individuals, properties, and communities in various countries. We´ll also take a look at the squatting lifestyle and the benefits, risks, and costs that it entails. Here´s a preview of what you´ll learn: The history and origins of squatting The science behind squatting The short-term and long-term effects of squatting Squatting compared to trespassing and other critical information! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kelly Rhodes. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/045749/bk_acx0_045749_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´´Stigma´´ is a simple two-syllable word yet a powerful expression that conjures up a variety of feelings for many people based on an array of social factors. We all have the tendency to sit on our high horses and proclaim how progressive and civilized we´ve become. However, the reality is that we experience the burden of stigma in the United States in our public and private lives every day. Dr. Pernessa Seele teaches listeners that with practical stigma management, beginning with exposing the problems, we can transform the public conversation to be guided by accepting others and reserving our negative judgments. If we are honest and committed to exposing the problems, each of us can vividly see how we privately mark people who are and have been incarcerated, those addicted to drugs, people who live in low-income neighborhoods, same-gender loving people, and individuals suffering from certain diseases. It is in such conversations that we can educate ourselves and engage with others we have stigmatized in the past, ultimately leading us to change our language from a negative outlook to that of inclusion and the mending of social divides. Supported by her wealth of knowledge and decades of experience, Dr. Seele imagines a world that few people can. She envisions that in eliminating stigmas about people different from us, we can change representations in the media, get rid of laws and policies targeting stigmatized groups, and set an example for future generations. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anna Crowe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/095957/bk_acx0_095957_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.