ARE YOU WHAT YOU POST SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE ACCOUNTABILITY DEBATE

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Are you what you post? Social media and the accountability

Aug 09, 2018 · Online trolls and political rabble-rousers comb through the social media archives of the famous and politically active, looking for past “gotcha” posts that might have crossed a hard-to-define cultural line that marks off the offensive and unacceptable.
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Are you what you post? Social media and the accountability

Social media and the accountability debate Aug 9, 2018 6 minutes Over a decade into the rollicking era of tweets and online posts, the nation is still grappling with the mores of online speech and conduct.
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The Christian Science Monitor Daily for August 9, 2018

Aug 09, 2018 · Social media and the accountability debate NEW YORK Over a decade into the rollicking era of tweets and online posts, the nation is still grappling with the mores of online speech and conduct.
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#SocialMediaSurvivalTips hashtag on Twitter

To actively use social media: take in information and reflect, look up information you see and discuss it with friend, when touched by something share gratitude with that person, reflect on why you have the reactions you do to what you see #SocialMediaSurvivalTips #psychology
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Social Media Accountability – Espresso and Cream

I’m not advocating that our social media accounts need to be filled with pictures of dirty dishes, messy houses or depressingly honest Instagram posts. I don’t think anyone really wants to see a steady stream of filth or discouraging messages in their social media on the regular, but I am advocating for honesty and authenticity, whatever that might look like to you.
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REPORT: Social media and public opinion – quinnthomas.com

The debate over the impact of social media seems to center around two arguments: One camp argues social media opens new doorways for engaging the electorate and is creating pathways for greater civic engagement, corporate and political accountability, and journalistic integrity.
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Review: The Social Media Debate – Culture and Youth Studies

Social media comes with both dangers and benefits, and it is no wonder that the debate over it continues. In spite of this debate, by all appearances social media is here to stay. Perhaps our conversations would be more productive if we discuss safe and effective ways to use social media and look for ways to make it …
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Accountability That Comes With Social Media | News One

Almost every time I speak to young people, I address the idea of social accountability that comes with social media. Yes, your employers will look at your Facebook and Twitter pages before hiring you; if you don’t want someone to know everything you’ve done, don’t put it out there.
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What are four of the biggest hazards of social media? – BBC

Robbie Savage explains some of the biggest problems you can face when using social media and how to stay safe.
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