Posts Tagged ‘Violence’

PostHeaderIcon Rumored threats of gang violence in South Los Angeles spread on social media

Rumored threats of gang violence in South Los Angeles spread on social media
"We don't have any information, any valid credible information, that the rumor — that social media post — is actually valid," Los Angeles Police Department Assistant Chief George Villegas said. … Despite the lack of evidence, fears are rising in …
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Social Media Community Manager
An exciting position has just become available for a young community manager to stay on top of our social media sites. You will join an amazing company and be immersed in a young and enthusiastic work environment. This is a brilliant opportunity to …
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PostHeaderIcon Soccer Video Game Developed by College Students Proves to Reduce Violence

Soccer Video Game Developed by College Students Proves to Reduce Violence
Dr. Wang has published research on the use of entertainment-education strategy for health promotion and social change, including serious games and the Sabido Methodology – a theory based on media design and production methodology upon which the …
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Do Silver Bullets Exist with Digital Marketing? Jim Schonrock Interviewed at
The Legal Toolkit's Heidi Alexander interviews Jim Schonrock, VP of performance at FindLaw, live at Mass LOMAP's 4th Annual Super Marketing Conference about his presentation “Do Silver Bullets Exist with Digital Marketing.” Schonrock discusses the …
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Convincing Boomers That Social Media is an Important Communications Channel
It can be a challenge to persuade marketers from older generations to embrace social media. Not always, of course, but often enough. They have their standard communications toolkit, and when social media is discussed as an addition to that toolkit, …
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Mercava Empowers Jewish Educators with Interactive Books & Lessons
"Over the next several months, we will be adding a 'social' component to the notes feature, giving students the ability to share their notes with others and allowing educators to review the students' notes, affording the teachers an important glimpse …
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