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David Tollmann – Goldener Käfig II
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David Tollmann: Unverwechselbare Kunst in dritter Generation. Neueste Leinwand-Edition. Handübermalt. 49 Exemplare. Die Kunst wurde DAVID TOLLMANN (*1988) in die Wiege gelegt. Als renommierter Maler, Bildhauer und Kunstlehrender an der Hochschule für Künste Bremen zählte sein Großvater Günter Tollmann Leute wie Beuys, Uecker oder Picasso zu seinen Freunden. Diese weltberühmten Meister führten wiederum Günters Sohn Markus früh an die hohe Kunst des Zeichnens und Malens heran. Im Jahr 2013 folgte ihm mit David die nunmehr dritte Generation der Familie auf eben diesem Weg nach. On- und offline wachsende Bekanntheit. Seine Bilder ziehen mittlerweile von Russland bis Spanien Kunstkenner in ihren Bann. Inzwischen wird er von gleich mehreren international renommierten Galerien vertreten. Seine erste Soloausstellung fand auf der Art Karlsruhe im Februar 2019 statt. Dass Tollmann großen Wert auf die Pflege seiner Social-Media-Präsenzen legt, tut sein Übriges zur stetig wachsenden Popularität dazu. Tausende Nutzer folgen ihm durchs Netz. Seine Werke werden mittlerweile im fünfstelligen Preisbereich gehandelt. An einem Wochenende verkaufte David Tollmann alle ausgestellten Unikate in der Ausstellung der Galerie ART-Box, Timmendorfer Strand (November 2018). Der Künstler hat eine völlig eigene Bildsprache entwickelt, die gleich mehrere Kunststile wie Pop-Art, figürliche Malerei sowie expressionistische Farbenfreude vereint und an Picassos Stil erinnert. Seine emotional überwältigenden Werke wollen lange und mehrfach betrachtet werden. Jedes Mal drängt sich ein anderes Detail in den Vordergrund. Handübermalte Edition. Exklusiv bei Pro-Idee. Jedes Bild dieser Edition wird vom Künstler von Hand übermalt und gewinnt dadurch Unikatcharakter. Mit Blick auf den stetig wachsenden Bekanntheitsgrad des Künstlers ist es eine gute Gelegenheit, sich ein Exemplar der neuesten Auflage zu sichern. Handsigniert und nummeriert. Mit Echtheitszertifikat. 49 Exemplare. Erste Bestellungen erhalten niedrigste Nummern. 12-Farben-Pigmentdruck, Leinen auf Keilrahmen, handübermalt, 75 x 100 cm, limitierte Auflage 49 Exemplare, in weißer Schattenfugenrahmung (79 x 104 cm, Rahmenbreite 1 cm, Rahmentiefe 6,5 cm.)

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A good practice guideline for a secure handling...
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The usage of social media platforms is still growing and that since years. Also companies started or would like to start their activities within the social media platforms. Only on Facebook, one of the most famous social media platform, more than 800 million users (Facebook, 2011) worldwide are active. This figure shows, that the topic social media gets more and more important, also for the companies. They can reach a lot of users at one time without realizing a very expensive marketing campaign. But social media platforms are also risky in regards to privacy issues, unwanted data loss or identity thefts. In order to minimize these risks, a proper social media governance and policy have to be in place. As social media is quite new for business usage, no good practices for creating them is available. This master thesis closes this gap and provides the companies a clear and complete good practice for an effective social media governance and policy.

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Airselfie 2 Drone mit Ledertasche rosé gold
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• Ultraleichte und schmale fliegende 12MP HD-Kamera • 4 bürstenlose Motoren angetrieben von Turbo-Propeller • Für gestochen scharfe und Social-Media-optimierte Aufnahmen • Hochmoderne Materialien • Kontrolle per App Die erste fliegende HD-Kamera im Taschenformatfür für perfekte Aufnahmen.

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Walther, Daniel: A good practice guideline for ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 17.02.2015, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: A good practice guideline for a secure handling of social media, Titelzusatz: Based on a survey of the current usage within companies and existing guidelines, Autor: Walther, Daniel, Verlag: AV Akademikerverlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Datenkommunikation // Netze, Mailboxen, Seiten: 92, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 153 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life
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Do you ever obsess about your body? Do you lie awake at night, fretting about the state of your career?Does everyone else's life seem better than yours? Does it feel as if you'll never be good enough?Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life tackles head on the pressure cooker of comparison and unreachable levels of perfection that social media has created in our modern world.In this book, Katherine Ormerod meets the experts involved in curating, building and combating the most addictive digital force humankind has ever created. From global influencers - who collectively have over 10 million followers - to clinical psychologists, plastic surgeons and professors, Katherine uncovers how our relationship with social media has rewired our behavioural patterns, destroyed our confidence and shattered our attention spans.Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life is a rallying cry that will provide you with the knowledge, tactics and weaponry you need to find a more healthy way to consume social media and reclaim your happiness.Reviews for Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life:'This book is a call to arms from the eye of the storm'- Emma Gannon, author of The Multi-Hyphen Method'Enter Ormerod's vital manual, which will help you navigate social media and turn it not into a weapon, but a useful tool'- Pandora Sykes

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Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life
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Do you ever obsess about your body? Do you lie awake at night, fretting about the state of your career?Does everyone else's life seem better than yours? Does it feel as if you'll never be good enough?Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life tackles head on the pressure cooker of comparison and unreachable levels of perfection that social media has created in our modern world.In this book, Katherine Ormerod meets the experts involved in curating, building and combating the most addictive digital force humankind has ever created. From global influencers - who collectively have over 10 million followers - to clinical psychologists, plastic surgeons and professors, Katherine uncovers how our relationship with social media has rewired our behavioural patterns, destroyed our confidence and shattered our attention spans.Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life is a rallying cry that will provide you with the knowledge, tactics and weaponry you need to find a more healthy way to consume social media and reclaim your happiness.Reviews for Why Social Media is Ruining Your Life:'This book is a call to arms from the eye of the storm'- Emma Gannon, author of The Multi-Hyphen Method'Enter Ormerod's vital manual, which will help you navigate social media and turn it not into a weapon, but a useful tool'- Pandora Sykes

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Usage of Social Media for Teaching Mass Communi...
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The use and acceptance of social media for teaching and learning is perpetually becoming a global trend. Despite the revolutionary emergence of social media in all aspects of human endeavors, there is however a major drawback in the correlation of such increase and using social media for teaching. Regardless of the relevance of social media, faculty members' willingness to use social media applications for teaching of mass communication is relatively low. This book reveals how Social media applications can be used to support students cooperative/collaborative learning, improves students' academic performance by exposing them to good learning materials, flexible learning and modern technological skills.

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Usage of Social Media for Teaching Mass Communi...
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The use and acceptance of social media for teaching and learning is perpetually becoming a global trend. Despite the revolutionary emergence of social media in all aspects of human endeavors, there is however a major drawback in the correlation of such increase and using social media for teaching. Regardless of the relevance of social media, faculty members' willingness to use social media applications for teaching of mass communication is relatively low. This book reveals how Social media applications can be used to support students cooperative/collaborative learning, improves students' academic performance by exposing them to good learning materials, flexible learning and modern technological skills.

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Social Media Generation in Urban China
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Social media such as instant messaging (IM), social networking sites (SNS), blogs and microblogs are an integral part of adolescents' lives in China. Anecdotal evidence reported in the news has suggested that the increasing popularity of social media could make adolescents more vulnerable to being addicted. This exploratory study proposes the concept of "social media addiction" and examines (a) whether social media addiction exists among adolescents in urban China and, if so, who the addicts are, what their symptoms are and to what extent they are addicted, (b) whether sociopsychological traits (e.g., need for affiliation, impression management, narcissism and leisure boredom) can predict social media addiction among adolescents, (c) what gratifications are obtained by adolescents from their use of social media and whether these gratifications can predict social media addiction and (d) to what degree social media addiction influences adolescents' academic performance and social capital.This study employed quantitative questionnaire surveys among adolescents as the main research method, supplemented by qualitative pre-survey focus groups among adolescents and post-survey in-depth interviews among parents and teachers. Questionnaire surveys were conducted based on a multi-stage cluster sampling of seven middle schools in five urban Chinese cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Xiamen. The final sample consisted of 1,549 adolescents, of whom 90% had used social media. Using Young's classic definition of Internet addiction, 15.6% of participants were classified as social media addicts. The addicted adolescents were often self-absorbed, bored with their leisure time, and good at using manipulation through social media for impression management. Addicts experienced four major social media addiction symptoms: preoccupation, adverse consequences, alleviation of negative emotions and loss of interest in social activities.The seven social media gratifications identified in this study can be categorized into social, information and entertainment gratifications. Among these, entertainment gratifications had the most power to predict social media addiction, while information gratifications were the least likely to lead to addiction. Furthermore, these gratifications were found to be powerful mediators between the adolescents' sociopsychological traits and social media addiction. Finally, the results also indicated that social media addiction and its symptoms had a significant negative impact on adolescents' academic performance and social capital.

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Social Media Generation in Urban China
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Social media such as instant messaging (IM), social networking sites (SNS), blogs and microblogs are an integral part of adolescents' lives in China. Anecdotal evidence reported in the news has suggested that the increasing popularity of social media could make adolescents more vulnerable to being addicted. This exploratory study proposes the concept of "social media addiction" and examines (a) whether social media addiction exists among adolescents in urban China and, if so, who the addicts are, what their symptoms are and to what extent they are addicted, (b) whether sociopsychological traits (e.g., need for affiliation, impression management, narcissism and leisure boredom) can predict social media addiction among adolescents, (c) what gratifications are obtained by adolescents from their use of social media and whether these gratifications can predict social media addiction and (d) to what degree social media addiction influences adolescents' academic performance and social capital.This study employed quantitative questionnaire surveys among adolescents as the main research method, supplemented by qualitative pre-survey focus groups among adolescents and post-survey in-depth interviews among parents and teachers. Questionnaire surveys were conducted based on a multi-stage cluster sampling of seven middle schools in five urban Chinese cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Xiamen. The final sample consisted of 1,549 adolescents, of whom 90% had used social media. Using Young's classic definition of Internet addiction, 15.6% of participants were classified as social media addicts. The addicted adolescents were often self-absorbed, bored with their leisure time, and good at using manipulation through social media for impression management. Addicts experienced four major social media addiction symptoms: preoccupation, adverse consequences, alleviation of negative emotions and loss of interest in social activities.The seven social media gratifications identified in this study can be categorized into social, information and entertainment gratifications. Among these, entertainment gratifications had the most power to predict social media addiction, while information gratifications were the least likely to lead to addiction. Furthermore, these gratifications were found to be powerful mediators between the adolescents' sociopsychological traits and social media addiction. Finally, the results also indicated that social media addiction and its symptoms had a significant negative impact on adolescents' academic performance and social capital.

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#engagiert
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#engagiert - das steht für soziales Engagement mit sozialen Medien. Die Zahl der Menschen, die weltweit Social Media nutzen, hat sich in den letzten zehn Jahren von einer Milliarde in 2010 bis heute auf knapp drei Milliarden nahezu verdreifacht. In Deutschland sind geschätzt 50 Millionen Menschen in Social Media aktiv und tauschen darüber Informationen aus. Durch diese Entwicklung gewinnen Social Media Kanäle auch für das bürgerschaftliche Engagement zunehmend an Bedeutung. Sie werden von Privatpersonen wie sozialen Organisationen genutzt, um Aufmerksamkeit auf spezifische Themen zu lenken, den Diskurs um neue Formate der Kommunikation zu erweitern und Menschen kurzfristig wie dauerhaft für soziales Engagement zu mobilisieren."Social Media for Social Good" ist das Motto der hier behandelten Projekte und Initiativen. Die Studie #engagiert analysiert gelungene Beispiele des Einsatzes von Social Media für zivilgesellschaftliches Engagement und zeigt, dass die Förderung demokratischer Werte, die im Engagementbericht der Bundesregierung dem Einsatz von Einzelnen oder Gruppen für die Gesellschaft zugesprochen wird, auch eintritt, wenn das Engagement in und mit Social Media ausgeübt wird.Die Studie wurde vom Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend im Bundesprogramm Demokratie leben! gefördert und von der Stiftung Digitale Chancen in Kooperation mit betterplace lab/gut.org gAG durchgeführt.

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