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Marketing in the digital era
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...DIGITAL ERA: “DO MARKETERS NEED TO CHANGE THE WAY THEY THINK OR THE WAY THEY ACT TO SUSTAIN THEIR POSITION INTHE MARKET?" By Name Course: Lecturer: Institution of Affiliation: City and State: Date: Word Count: 2151 Executive Summary The essay provided a brief introduction on the way marketing in the contemporary society is undergoing a rapid change in the digital era. The researcher analysed various marketing theories that many organisations can employ in achieving a competitive advantage in the competitive market. The researcher revealed the way marketers could employ marketing strategies but need to change on the way they act in order to sustain... to their products. They should understand...
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Does copyright needs to be changed in Digital era
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...DIGITAL ERA 2007 The introduction of digital technologies for storing, processing and distribution of information created a highly controversial situation in the realm of intellectual property rights protection. The initial concern was that the creators and right holders of intellectual property have their incentives taken away from him. Recent legislative developments undertaken by European and American government in order to improve protection of the right holders has made many experts believe that excessively strict legislation in this field is likely to get in conflict with the public access to information. This paper explores the controversy by presenting both... DOES COPYRIGHT NEEDS TO CHANGE IN A...
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Approaches for System Building in Digital Firm Era
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...digital firm era AFFILIATION: Approaches for System Building in Digital Era Introduction to building systems for digital firms The latest trend in organizations these days is of digital firms and most of the organizations are bringing changes in their business structures so that they can survive in this digital firm era. One vital area for digital firms is to build new systems so that they can conduct business activities in accordance with the requirements of market and client demands. In every organization, building systems implies changing the systems; system change is basically a type of organization change that is planned as it involves changes in skills... ? Approaches for system building in digital ...
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What Is Authenticity In The Era Of Digital Technology
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...era of digital technology? We live presently in the age of digital technology and the present generation is literally addicted to the use of technology due to which a vast amount of research is carried out over the past many years regarding multiple kinds of effects produced by it on human life. Cellular phones which were seldom seen only a few years back are now seen everywhere providing excellent means of facilitated communication between people and the Internet has also played a revolutionary role in helping people access anything in the world through only a few clicks. Research has repeatedly stressed that teen involvement in different types of electronic... ? 19 November What is authenti in the era...
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What is authenticity in the era of digital technology
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...era of digital technology? We live presently in the age of digital technology and the present generation is literally addicted to the use of technology due to which a vast amount of research is carried out over the past many years regarding multiple kinds of effects produced by it on human life. Cellular phones which were seldom seen only a few years back are now seen everywhere providing excellent means of facilitated communication between people and the Internet has also played a revolutionary role in helping people access anything in the world through only a few clicks. Research has repeatedly stressed that teen involvement in different types of electronic... 19 November What is authenti in the era...
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How Marketing And the Communications Industry Transformed to the Digital Marketing Era
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...digital advertising, marketing services and consulting services to the clients. In the era of globalization the medium of advertisement has been changed and the type of advertisement also getting modernized. In the marketing and communications industry there was a transformation seen from the 1990s decade. The agencies change their campaign approaches. They are trying... ?Exam case study Contents Contents 2 Executive Summary 3 Introduction 4 Analysis 4 Industry Based View 4 Resource Based View 6 al Based View 8 Strategic Options and Incumbent Risks 8 Conclusion and Recommendation 12 Reference 12 Bibliography 14 Executive Summary Publicis group is a company which has many agencies under its umbrella and...
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Digital Media Assessment
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...digital era is one solution to respond to the ever changing technological environment without reflecting on the effects it may cause. 7. Unpredictability. Because of the complexity, several unprecedented effects might worsen the ability to let things become faster and easier. One example will be the new technologies... Digital Media Assessment For over years that have passed, media and technology played an important part in shaping the lives of the society. Every business establishments, institutions such as schools, play or game areas have been using technologies that will make their life easier, convenient and faster. (Miller, 2005) Since digital media has introduced to the consumers it has gathered...
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Social Issues Regarding Digital Media in the Digital Age
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...digital era. Various underlying aspects (both positive and negative) will be extensively discussed to bring these social issues into perspective. Exploration of the Technical Meaning of Digital Media While it may seem so obvious, the meaning of digital media and information technology remains a matter that various scholars give diverse descriptions about. The scholarly/academic meaning of the word ‘digital’ may differ from that which is known in the streets. For example, in the ay today use, the word may be used to refer to social media or millennial technology that is commonly used by teens and youths for purposes of fun... Social Issues Regarding Digital Media in the Digital Age Introduction The deep ...
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Digital Divide
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...digital era; therefore, promoting innovation and competition in the Internet sector (West 14). Communities and activists can team up to bring unconnected individuals to the Internet, which would encourage greater economic development. This can be done by donating ICT equipment’s and devices that support ICT in the communities. Concerned citizens can volunteer in areas that access to Internet is low, and people do not have skills in ICT... Digital Divide It has been estimated that over 3 billion people have access to the Internet; however, there is roughly 4.2 billion people who do not have access to Internet - in other terms, they are outside the digital revolution (West 1). The people who have access...
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Digital Architecture
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...Digital architecture would definitely be forming a new age era if it completely overtakes the architecture. We therefore must prepare ourselves for surely it is something that will broaden our horizons and change how we think, that is to say it would be giving the value systems a boost and altering aesthetics. While it will no doubt be able to greatly flare the imagination of the architects, it will also a much greater satisfaction to the clients who will be bale to see their designs much before the ground is broken for the projects. It is a revolutionary change for mankind as the application of it changes... CONTENTS: Introduction.. Making Ideas Digital Design Process. Evolution or Confusion Learn from...
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How would you assess the nature of public history in the digital age
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...digital methods have already been used in the discipline of history. In this regard, it can be stated that digital history provides tools and methods that allow presenting and communicating past events in different ways. One such example is virtual museum, which establishes synergy between historic collections and researches surrounding various historical objects. Digital exhibition is the popular method of presentation and communication in digital era. Digital platform often plays vital role in public history projects, as it allows active and open relationship with the public. Moreover, digital tools, 3D technologies and web publicising platforms are also extensively... How Would You Assess the Nature...
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Reading Response
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...era (Rich 27). The class can approach this topic by dividing it into three key sections. These sections are introduction, script, and conclusion. Potential supporters of digital feminism in class can encourage others to view this topic from a unique angle. This group can question the current status of overall feminism. From here, the discussion can grow to addressing its relationship with pop culture and the digital era. Such discussion will source their facts from different but dated texts and journals on digital feminism and pop culture (Rich 27). Link to article...
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US Policy on Digital Learning
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...Digital learning will artificially reduce class size thereby attaining best practice teacher-student ratios. The future educational landscape will also require students to take quality college online courses to prepare students to excel in life after graduation within the digital era. An extended offering of digital content will expand options and guarantee that students attain pertinent knowledge and skills from digital learning experience. Digital learning will ultimately extend school years and link students with community resources with little additional cost. Moreover, flexible scheduling will enable students to exploit their pinnacle learning times to acquire lesson... US Policy on Digital...
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Moral rights are incompatible with the new digital environment in which copyright operates. Discuss in the light of(a) the technicaland (b)the practicalan
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...digital environment in which copyright operates." Introduction: This discussion will first of all explore the notion of intellectual property rights and copyright law in the modern digital era. It will then consider the concept of moral rights comparing natural private property and individual rights with utilitarian rights. It will then discuss some of the problems with copyright in the digital era. It will also consider the legal application of utilitarian compared to individual rights and consider how both these approaches to rights affects intellectual property rights. This discussion will consider Western intellectual property's traditional personality... "Moral rights are incompatible with the new...
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Music Industry and Digital Technology
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...digital age with respect to the music industry. This particular industry has received the digital economy as a mixed blessing despite its tremendous potential for growth by wallowing in the digital culture. The paper explains why this is so, and proposes a challenge for the music business in the digital era. The Music Industry In The Digital Economy In the boundless ocean of the digital culture, everything should appear as a blessing. In the music industry, however, the digital age has been seen as a mixed blessing. Because of piracy or MP3's, whichever name we give to the mixed blessing of the digital economy as it concerns the music industry... must in fact be the foremost in...
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Academic Writing in the Digital Age
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...digital era, have just been doing it because they had no choice but just to do the essays if they are to graduate. They would do the essays with carelessness or haphazardly just to be done with the painful experience of writing without realizing how important it is to them. Essay writing is not part of the college curriculum to punish or torture students but to equip them with skills... Introduction Essay writing has become a vital part of formal education. Before, essays were mainly in higherlearning institutions and were part of the students’ assignments. The essays were used to assess their level of understanding the concept they have been taught in class. High school students nowadays write academic ...
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Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning. (The Internet and vast amount of digital information about customers enable marketing professionals to adopt more sophisticated market segmentation schemes. Such schemes are increasingly used by companies a
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...digital era has allowed managers to identify unique characteristics of various market segments, making mass marketing an inefficient strategy to market organizational brands. In the last two decades, there has been remarkable increase in digital technology across... Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning College Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning In the current business environment, internet and media technologies have deeply penetrated into the heart of marketing strategies. Organizations use marketing strategies to reach out for their customer at specific target markets. The digital technology has had far reaching impacts on marketing approaches ushering new positioning strategies...
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The Impact of Digital Marketing on Consumer Behaviour
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...digital marketing can change the behaviour of consumers. In the future, this research will be useful in understanding the amount of influence that the technology has in our lives. References 1. Stewart, D.W. (2004) The new face of interactive advertising: it’s time to rethink traditional ad research strategy. Marketing Research, 16(1), pp. 10–15. 2. Radzeviciute, R. & Sliburyte, L. (2005) Elektroninio marketingo iššu¯ kiai planuojant integruotą marketingo komunikaciją. Organizaciju˛ Vadyba: Sisteminiai Tyrimai, 34, pp. 177–200. 3. Bellah, R.N., Madsen, R., Sullivan, W.M., Swidler, A. and Tipton, S.M. (2005), Habits of the Heart, University of California Press,...
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Life in the Digital Age
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...digital technology has also resulted in the social phenomenon of the generation having a paradoxical obsession with implications associated with living in the digital age. This raises the question “do we need to rethink and restructure the organization of our institutions so as to maximize the results because of the situation of the digital era?” Technology availability In the United States, investments into the technology industry has seen the availability of technology increase many folds as the population wants to access information and utility sites like... Effect of Using Digital Game Based Learning Introduction Digital technology is a term that refers to all electronic equipment and appliances...
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Discuss the effects of digital technologies on cinema. To what extent are pre-digital filmmaking methods and filmmaking practice
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...digital projectors. The introduction of such technologies has ushered in yet another new era of digital cinematography (Barda, 2002).  Digital imagery existed as from 1980s as evidenced by Disney’s Tron produced in 1982. This was the first movie to contain high-resolution. However, the first film in digital format was marketed in 1997. From that time henceforth, cinema has experienced technical and social changes as a result of digital technology. The visual components of digital cinema are an important source of its worldwide attraction.  Some of the effects of digital technologies on cinema are positive while others are negative. For example, the new technology has diluted... ?Cinema: Digital...
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Essay
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...digital era is guide by clicks and spins, as explained by Dominic Boyer (2013). The author explains the communicative process in the digital process from a perspective that sees the process as an unconscious way of reading the mood of the society, who is the object. Similarly, Amanda Weidman confirms that the association of class structures and technological media shape notions of power and realism by dictating which information circulates across the public (Weidman, 2010). Mediating technology and mediated content, which are the subject and object... Technological Determinism and Communicative Process What is the problem with technological determinism in explaining communicative process? Technology dete...
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The study on Human resources in a digital age
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...digital age. This provides background to this study which tries to bring forth the effectiveness of HR in the era of technology and information. Both positive and negative attributes of HR in the digital age are studied... ? Human resources in a digital age The project seeks to identify the changing trends in human resources in organizations taking place over time. It begins by making a background study of the context in organizations. It is seen the HR has assumed role in organizations on account of the changing business environment in which it operates or functions. The literature review focuses on the previous studies conducted on the subject and puts forth the views and suggestions of researchers and ...
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Critically assess the mV and digital policyain elements of the EU policy on HDT
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...era where digital technologies were making its way to communication highways and prospectively play a much bigger role in the future, the European Union has identified the needs of introducing digital technologies harmoniously into the market. By means of a consensus process... For years, television has been more than just an object of entertainment for us. It is not only an upgradeable property, but it has been one of the greatest influences of our lives. Everyday, we checked on our television to know the latest news about our community, about stocks and investments, about movies and of what’s happening all over the world. Since the first television broadcast in England in 1936, using a modern level of ...
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The development of the Digital economy
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...digital era heralded the advent of new travel web services where the airlines themselves sponsored travel sites or "Virtual Agents" which did the job for them. Microsoft's Expedia.com and Sabre's Travelocity are good examples of the digital age travel sites. The commissions paid to online agents for a single ticket is often way less than what it would be for a traditional agent. Some airlines also encourage customers to use electronic tickets by awarding frequent flyer miles when... "Critically analyse the issues surrounding the development of the digital economy and propose how such issues have influenced the behaviour of firms in an industry sector of your choice". Introduction This report in the fir...
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Markting
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...digital books which has taken the new era; Online reading and selling of books b. Lack of door delivery to the clients after online purchase of the books c. Most of the clients complained of Promoting online books What strategies is Barnes & Noble using to avoid a similar fate (i.e., similar to Borders)? a. They created their own site to ensure they achieve internet bookstore or online bookstore. b. The company published online books; publication of digital books. How do the changes in consumer behavior in the book industry affect the business model for book retailers? How can a company like Barnes... Consumer Behavior: Borders Group Inc. What primary factors contributed to Borders demise? a. Lack of...
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Tom's of Maine toothpaste 4 P's of marketing
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...digital realm. In general, Tom’s of Maine marketing mix is not far from employing the idea of dimensional marketing, one that is powered by rapid convergence of customer, digital and marketing technologies (The Wall Street Journal, 2015). After all, changes in consumer behaviour encourage firms to consider their marketing strategies in the digital era (Tiago & Verissimo, 2015; Leeflang, Verhoef, Dahlstrom & Freundt, 2014). References Leeflang, P. S. H., Verhoef, P. C., Dahlstrom... This is what Tom O’Brien, Tom’s of Maine CEO said, “Every well-run business needs strategic goals – we just believe that those goals need to include things like sustainability as well as profitability. We’re guided by...
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Legislative and Ethical Issues COPYRIGHT PROTECTION IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT
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...Digital Environment. New Delhi, Ess Publications. Tian, Y., 2008. Re-thinking intellectual property: the political economy of copyright protection in the digital era. New York: USA, Taylor & Francis. Verma, D., 2004. Legitimate Applications of Peer-To-Peer Networks. Hoboken: New Jersey, John Wiley & Sons. Zappalà, S. and Gray, C., 2006. Impact of E-commerce on Consumers And Small Firms. Farnham: UK, Ashgate Publishing Ltd.... Running head: Copyright Protection in the Digital Environment Copyright Protection In The Digital Environment The everyday life of Europeans has been revolutionized by the internet in a way that can be compared to revolutions of...
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Digital Audio
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...digital revolution has also been pushed forward by the advent of cheap and powerful computational devices. We must also keep in mind the immense contribution of the military in any great leap in technology. The First World War brought in electricity and vacuum tubes. By the Second World War, solid state electronics were invented and this is the first impetus in bringing in the era of miniaturization and power. By 1950s and 1960s, computers were developed and used by the military to build the World Wide Web, which later on in the 1990s were made available to the average consumer. In 1957, Max Matthews of The Bell Laboratory demonstrated how to record sound...
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How can the application of information and communication technology (ICT) improve public services
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...Digital government and its effectiveness in public management reform - A local government perspective. Public Management Review , 7, 3, 465-487. Brown, D. (2005). Electronic government and public administration. International Review of Administrative Sciences , 71, 2, 241-254. Dunleavy, P., Margetts, H., Bastow, S. and Tinkler, J. (2008) Digital Era Governance , Oxford, Oxford University Press. Dunleavy, P., Margetts, H., Bastow, S. and Tinkler, J. (2006) New... Introduction Normally, when one discusses information and communication technology, the idea and concept is related to the enhancement of companies and profit-oriented entities. These entities need to make profits and information technology is...
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Media comparative analysis
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...digital era of media where there is fierce... Media comparative analysis Media in the contemporary world has changed drastically from the earlier days and the function, nature, scope and role of different media forms in the modern times have undergone careful analyzes and discussions. The influence of the media over the various spheres of human life and interaction in the contemporary world suggests not only the emergence of a new media culture and function, but also the progress and development of the media technology. The nature of media has significantly undergone vital changes and technological advancements have contributed to the changing nature of the media culture. Due to the changing nature of...
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Capturing Customers with right Message
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...digital era that is characterised by digital networks that link people directly to the marketers (Kotler & Armstrong, 2010). The four Ps that can apply in marketing this service are price and promotion. The price is lowered so as to attract more customers to the products offered. The service itself is specifically meant for promoting the products offered. The main advantage of this approach to the business owner is that he can attract a lot of customers. However, the likely disadvantage is that the business may... All age groups who frequent restaurants can be target market for electronic discount coupons. Though this marketing approach has its pros and cons, it can be noted that we are now living in a...
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Sales letter
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...digital era. Very truly yours, John Wilfred Work Cited Kennedy, S Dan. The Ultimate Sales Letter: Attract New Customers. Boost your Sales. New York: Adams Media, 2011. Print.... Dear The High Technology Company was established in and within three years it has emerged as one of the best computer supply company in the market. We are therefore, pleased and grateful to present high quality services to you (Kennedy 43). We are pleased to become one of the most trusted suppliers of the latest and high technology digital product called the I pad. This product is new, innovative, exciting, and excellent in quality. Imagine your life being made easier by a small and excellent computer that is easy to carry (K...
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Digital Divide
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...era has brought about globalization, especially through the introduction of radical new technologies in the field of Information Technology. Though the former statement is generally agreed upon, people mostly fail to see that this technology has not brought all the people of this world together as a global community; rather it has also served to create a digital divide. This divide is not because of national boundaries; instead this divide is due to a gap of technological outreach among different geographical areas, most importantly rural vs. urban areas (Curtis, 2002; NTIA, 1997). This outreach problem is because of several other reasons as well... , such as difference in education level,...
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Digital Nation
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...digital lifestyles can influence actual lifestyles, interaction, and etiquette (Dretzin 2010). The heterogeneous aspect of technology discussed in this video further depicts the struggle between old-fashioned livelihood and modern ways of living. The opposite, homogeneity, promotes close-mindedness, which is a spreading side effect of technology today, particularly the internet. In an era with plenty of data, humans naturally respond by relating such advancements with their experiences and thoughts about the future. Works Cited Dretzin, Rachel. Digital Nation. PBS. 2010. Web. 18 March 2014.... Digital Nation SUMMARY PBS’ Frontline presented the video “Digital Nation” to explore Computer-Mediated...
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The Impact of Internet and Digital Culture on Workplace Ethics
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...digital era where everything will probably turn digital (Misa, 2004). The conflicts at work places are potential; people’s minds are glued to the idea of taking daily internet bites during working hours whereof working time policies will not allow (Anandarajan & Simmers, 2003; Hillerbrand & Sandin, 2011). And if restrictions succeed, the mobile phones and other tablets devices will still provide access to the internet (Anandarajan & Simmers, 2003). Conclusion The technological growth has developed a wide variety of interactive media. These media are mainly for communication, information transmission and entertainment services. TVs, telephone, radio and telegraphs... The Impact of Internet and Digital ...
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Digital Communication
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...digital communication started since 1820's when Oersted for the first time showed electrical currents and thus those currents created magnetic fields. Since this discovery, major others contributed in field of digital communication and the real process started. In 1830-40, Henry further studied Oersted's discovery and he discovered induction, in the same era Faraday and others detected the changing magnetic fields produce electric fields. Then various telegraphs were demonstrated in the year 1834-42. Then later after two years, i.e. in 1944 Morse Commercial telegraph was made from Baltimore to Washington. In this same century, Maxwell...
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The evolution View of the types of identity Thefts and Online Frauds in the era of the Internet: An Analysis
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...digital era. There are three general principles of identity verification to protect users‘ access to their personal belongings in the virtual space (Crume (2000) and Foster (2005), as cited by Wang and Huang, 2011). The first principle requires that a specific user knows some information to access the system. A pair of username and password is the most visible example of such information. The second principle of identity verification is to have something in physical form. These objects may include such material things as a key, a document, or a smart... ?The Evolutional View of the Types of Identity Thefts and Online Frauds in the Era of the Internet: An Analysis In this study, Dr. Shun-Yung Kevin Wang...
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The Key Agent of Socialization
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...digital era.’... The Agent of Socialization Socialization is the process through which learning is achieved especially to a growing child. Most of the socialization skills concerning morals and behavior are learned from the environment a child or person interacts with. The environment shapes their behavior and influences the way they interact with others. My experience with interaction and behavior is attributable to the surrounding environment. What influenced the way I think and behave is the civilization that my parents experienced. I had parents who were learned enough, and had adequate experience of the urban life. Therefore, as a young adult, they taught me to be free and to view everyone as equal ...
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The Traditional Media Industries in Transition
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...digital era has led to the emergence of the Internet, which has made it possible for people to shop online without necessarily travelling to the shop. These are just but a few things that digital convergence has brought in the world today. This paper will explore the impacts of digital convergence and new media on the traditional NBC television network company. The paper will also analyze how NBC is changing the way it produces, distribute and exhibit its media products and re-inventing themselves to the media audience. Certainly, the rise of digital media platform in the recent past has put the...
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Digital Piracy
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...Digital Piracy Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Understanding Digital Piracy 3 Arguments for Digital Piracy 4 Music Promotion 4 Convenience 5 High Cost of Original Music 5 Digital Piracy Does Not Hurt 6 Arguments against Digital Piracy 6 Unethical Act 6 Digital Piracy as a Criminal Act 7 Low Quality/Malware 7 Conclusion 8 References 9 Abstract The trendy online sharing of music without legal authorisation is one of the issues that have generated various arguments and debates; whether it is right or wrong. Most people, in the recent past have resorted to the free music downloading sites as their primary sources of music products including video... Arguments For and Against...
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Thesis essay on digital media
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...digitally competent. This is not a claim, but a fact. Older generations cannot do as much as the youth with the same technology and digital exposure. The youth is a complex social group that has embraced sophistication in the new era of creativity and innovativeness. This means that the negativity associated with digital media in the youth context is baseless and has no root on proper grounds. While some of the allegations made may prove critiques of digital media right, the applicability of such critiques entirely on the youth fails. The youth stands... Digital Media and the Youth The relationship between digital media and the youth requires a diverse analysis anda dynamic point of view in considering ...
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We live in a world vastly different from just a couple decades ago. The digital world arguably dictates how society grows and functions and you are a part of it. Much of your identity is linked to the exponentially growing digital age
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...digital platforms. The future technology is expected to have instant solutions to humanity. From the onset, I applaud the role that the digital space is playing in the society and more future promises are evident. Therefore, the new media in this digital era is a landmark development that should be embraced by all courtesy of the benefits thereof. The new media is shaping the way people live their lives. Social media has been the most prolific mode of network communication and both personal and business levels. Internet platforms continue to evolve and are introduced to the market on regular basis. The largest social media platforms include Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest... The Digital age The world of...
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Dissertation topic about Digital Marketing
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...digital marketing strategies in their overall business and what could be the possible shortcomings in implementing those strategies. It is imperative to understand that role of digital marketing in reshaping the world of retail industry in this modern era and how retailers can effectively reach their existing and potential customers by using and implementing the digital marketing techniques in their organizations. The purpose of this study is to explore the different digital marketing techniques introduced in the world... Digital Marketing: How retailers can enhance their competitiveness using the world of technology? Background of the Problem: With advancement in technology, digital marketing has...
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Digital marketing
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...era largely stems from the globalization. Digital methods such as the real time marketing tools have become an essential part of the global business giants today. Researchers have reported three distinct waves in the direct and interactive marketing during the past 30 years namely; mainstreaming, database marketing and the Internet stage (Wiedemann, 2001). The new horizon in the Internet stage brings fascinating opportunities for the marketers, enabling... Introduction Global sporting goods industry has brands that reflect the passion for sports and sporting lifestyles of the people. Among these brands, the adidas is currently rated as the second-largest sports goods maker in the world and the largest ...
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Assess the argument that a new era of automation is leading to higher inequality and threatening the social order
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...Digital Era. I working Papers 12, 2002. 1-44. Whaples, Robert. The Shortening of the American Work Week: An Economic and Historical Analysis of Its Context, Causes, and Consequences. The Journal of Economic History 51(2): 1999. 454–457. Print.... A new era of automation is leading to higher inequality and threatening the social order Introduction Historically, the success of any business entity was largely based on the ability of the business to attract talented and highly skilled employees (Whaples, 456). However, at the turn of the 20th century, technological inventions started playing an increasingly greater role in determining the success of organizations, most especially...
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Critically assess the extent and character of the impact of digital media upon one cultural sector of your choosing
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...DIGITAL ERA’ Available from www.bain.com Messere, F. 2011, ‘Free Speech and New Media’ PR on Sunrise. State University of New York.Top of Form Preston J 2012, ‘Social Media Gives Wall Street Protests a Global Reach’. NEW YORK TIMES nov 20, 2012. Rindfleisch, T., Kush, S., Stringer, J. 2012. ‘An Analysis of technology usage for streaming Businesses’ . Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 7, 180-184 Samaras, H., Giovanakis, T., Bousiou, D... THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL MEDIA ON ADVERTISING Due: Introduction In this phase of the 21stcentury period, there have emerged new waves of digital media technologies that have had a great impact and more so transformed the many of the...
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Digital Journalism
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...Digital Journalism Introduction Curtis defines journalism as a practice of reviewing and reporting events, trends and issues to great audiences through broadcast, print and online media such as books, newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations, blogs, as well as mobile and social media (2011). Journalism involves many different roles like researching a story, shooting photos, editing stories, checking facts and planning issues. It informs people on what they want know about the world, by going where people cannot and will not, keeping daily activities of the government and other influential people, pulling together and organizing informative facts and useful...
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Critical analysis paper
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...digital era. He, however, blames mentors and educators, whom he claims to be advocates of technology to be the chief facilitators of the changes that are experienced among the young adults. He claims that teachers have betrayed the young generation because they do not emphasize the significance of traditional values and knowledge. “Blame also, the teachers, professors… who will not insist on the value of knowledge and tradition, who will not judge cultural novelties by the high... Critical Analysis Paper Section The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes our Future is a book by Mark Bauerlein, which explains the influences of digital technology on the young...
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Social Networks: Privacy and Surveillance on Facebook, Google and Beyondwhich item or figure from Art, Visual Culture, Media or the Digital / Online Realm exemplifies this Topic
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...digital photography on social media expands from old film photography. Today, a collection of digital photographs explores the affiliation of culture and art from inside the outline of social media. It discourses the manner in which the digital era is redefining our experience of space and time. The confusion surrounding intellectual copyright, mass production and the loss of originality are some of the techno-cultural topics under discussion. For instance, Wittkower provides a summary of the consequences arising from the use of computer expertise in photography, focused on the jurisdiction of photographic journalism...
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What Went Wrong for eastman Kodak
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...digital field where Kodak did not have market leadership and exploited it to eat into Kodak’s market share when customer’s discovered the benefits of digital imaging over film imaging. In the pre-digital era, Kodak had strengths in all areas of the traditional photography process – image capture, processing, storage, printing and projection. In the post-digital era Kodak’s competencies were only in three (image... ?What went wrong for Eastman Kodak? According to Mendes  Kodak’s demise is an example of repeat strategic failure in the three ways. To beginwith, the company was slow in understanding the future of digital imaging. Secondly, when it did get to grasp the importance of digital imaging the...
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