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Coming of Age & Rites of Passage

: Krysta Ryan In my Cultural Anthropology class, rites of passage were first analyzed by the social scientist Arnold Van Gennep when he wrote The Rites of Passage in 1908 (Van Gennep, ([1908] 1966). He outlined principal stages in which humans move through a life cycle(Crapo,2013). As all humans transition through different stages of life often times … Continue reading

The Growing Biofuel Industry

Written by:  Krysta Ryan The Growing Biofuel Industry Earth has provided mankind with many resources of great importance and significance such as the necessary commodities for survival, air, water, and food.  The world’s environment has a rich biodiversity of raw materials, minerals, and resources which has aided in the growth of our modern civilization.  The … Continue reading

Muckraking is still alive.

Written by:  Krysta Ryan Muckraking is a style or type of journalistic reporting that seeks out to uncover scandals, problematic relationships, and questionable behaviors of public officials and public elites. By publicizing information from the investigation, as to arouse the public and mobilize the masses to seek policy changes. There are three muckraking models-the simple … Continue reading

Cell Phones in the Classroom?

Written by:  Krysta Ryan Public Schools in Cincinnati Adopt a BYOD-Bring Your Own Device to School In Cincinnati Ohio, the Northwest Local School District has finally allowed technological devices in the classroom. The districts 2016-2017 school year will be the first year the Bring Your Own Device Policy or BYOD will be implemented.  Historically, schools have banned … Continue reading

Coming of Age & Rites of Passage

: Krysta Ryan In my Cultural Anthropology class, rites of passage were first analyzed by the social scientist Arnold Van Gennep when he wrote The Rites of Passage in 1908 (Van Gennep, ([1908] 1966). He outlined principal stages in which humans move through a life cycle(Crapo,2013). As all humans transition through different stages of life often times … Continue reading

Racial Smog

Originally posted on Journal.ly:
The effects from racial smog causes clear division in societies across the world and unfortunately the prejudice that derives from such beliefs are often based on simply skin color. When I think of smog, I think of pollution, smoke and haze that floats in the air making it hard to see through.…

Over One Billion Websites & Counting

The world’s populations have become flooded with digital computerized technologies that enable real-time communications, which renders information that is accessible and plentiful. One statistic claims over one billion websites are currently on the web, each curating some sort of media message or carrying out some sort of media agenda.  

JRN415-WEEK 5-OHIO ENVIORNMENTAL ISSUES DRAFT

JRN415: Methods of Research & Analysis in Journalism (CDK713DS)

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President Trump Tweets..“Negative Polls are Fake News.”

President Trump Tweets..“Negative Polls are Fake News.”
The tweeting Chief in charge, is the first President to have the technologies and communication abilities of social media. Continue reading

Digital Destruction of Socialization

Originally posted on Journalistic Ideology :
Who could predict a global phenomenon that would change the definition of the word “friend” and bring a social crisis that places previous ethical theories in need of a cyber-makeover. A market research firm interviewed by New York Times(2007), estimates that consumers in urban societies absorb 5,000 media images and…

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Music, Sensor Trigger

Ironically, the power of music is rarely discussed as a medium to share messages, but it is very powerful in influencing human behavior and aids in critical thinking. The arrangement of musical sounds, depending on intensity, the music alone can trigger sensories, to cause a human response. In other words,  musical sounds provide a rhythm […]

Why storms are named after people?

Do not fall in love with people like me. I will take you to museums, and parks, and monuments, and kiss you in every beautiful place, so that you can never go back to them without tasting me like blood in your mouth. I will destroy you in the most beautiful way possible. And when […]

Local Cincinnati School Allows Digital Devices in Classroom

Cincinnati School District creates a Bring Your Own Device Policy or BYOD.

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