Category Archives: Networked self learning

Summary of Networked Self Learning

  ● Originally, I thought social media are mainly used for entertainment. I rarely use them for studying, let alone use them to teach. The first thing I learn about this course is that I can’t waste such abundant, relaxed, … Continue reading

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Rethinking about social media in China mainland

At the beginning of this class, in my self introduction blog,  I mentioned about the social media I use in China. Through this whole class, I came up with the idea to rethink about those social media related issues. Making comparasions … Continue reading

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To be or not to be?

“Internet activism seem trendy and shallow, if not harmful to traditional activist actions—like picketing, boycotts, and sit-ins. Hashtags and viral videos are nice, say skeptics, but people in power won’t move until they see boots on the ground.” —That’s perfectly … Continue reading

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Double identities for youth online activism

Online activism, nternet activism, digital campaigning, digital activism, online organizing, electronic advocacy,cyberactivism, e-campaigning, and e-activism, whatever it calls, make us feel luck that due to the flourishing digital age, we have more ways to express our demands and we have more information … Continue reading

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Make a different

Photo Credit: kid-josh via Compfight cc Slut Shaming in a World of Cyber Bullies, NoBullying Investigates Today  matters to all. Your mother, your daughter, and maybe yourself. Women are so easy to be targeted online and called sluts. Women are called names … Continue reading

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The annoying online trolls..

Everytime I read the comments space I will always find words of abuse without any logic or thinking. That is a headache and “eyeache” online situation that it seems there are some people trained for unsatisfied towards everything and say dirty words … Continue reading

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Online harassment

Pew survey shows the rate of different online harassments. The study also fund that serious harassment was more likely to occur to women—particularly young women ages 18 to 24. Online harassment is an universal problem and femail is earily to suffer … Continue reading

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