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Dr. Ron Capps is a communications professor at a midwestern university. He is also a respected online marketing consultant who has placed an emphasis on social media in recent years. He is known online as the "nicheprof."
The show is hosted by Ken English, aka the MediaMojoGuy, and one of the Nicheprof's students.
THIS COULD BE ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT SHOWS YOU LISTEN TO!! IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN, OR YOU YOURSELF ARE "ADDICTED" TO YOUR PHONE AND SOCIAL MEDIA, LISTEN UP. IT IS AFFECTING YOUR HEALTH IN A BIG WAY..AND WE WILL LOOK INTO THIS AND MUCH MORE..SHARE THIS SHOW WITH OTHERS..PLEASE!
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Curtis "CS" Bennett as co-host. Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
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Dedication: Army Sgt. Travis S. Cooper, killed July 16, 2005 while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
This Sunday night we will be joned by The Social Barber, Season Bennett. Season will share with us how being social will lead barbers, makeup artists, hairstylists, nail techs, etc. to more clients. She shares information from her book, "The Social Barber' as well as many more resources. Get your social media questions ready. We invite our listeners call in at 914.803.4399 if you have comments and questions. Join our Tweetchat as well by using the hash tags #BeautyLounge #BeautyTalkBeauty
Dr. Ron Capps is a communications professor at a midwest university. He is an avid social media marketer and works with a variety of clients for online marketing an promotion.
The show is hosted by Ken English, an online marketing consultant with a video focus.
Dr. Capps will talk about his 68th Birthday Bundle of Social Media and other projects, including a special Facebook bundle of information products.
You know social media has changed the way the world works. We get our news and information in 140 character bursts from Twitter or on the "trending topics" section on Facebook. At one time this seemed like a very positive thing, but now? Maybe not so much. Everyone is so focused on creating buzz and going viral and getting clicks that the substance is all gone! Well, not on IWS Radio dammit!
Matt-Man and Jayman are going to discuss the ways that social media has changed the world. Both the good and the bad. It's brought us all closer together and given people all over the world the chance to connect. It has also torn us apart as discussion usually devolve into name calling arguments with everyone just trying to shout the other side down. This is just so sad. How did this happen? Matt and Jay have a few theories on this and will break it all down this week.
How hard is to "go viral" and why is everyone so desperate to do so? Why won't Miley Cyrus re-tweet Jayman? Which social media site is the best? How dead are blogs? Are podcasts dead? Is all about Periscope and Vine and Instagram now? It all changes so fast and it takes social media gurus like Matt and Jay to keep it all straight.
As always Canadian Bureau Chief Jamie Mapleleaf and some members of the IWS Players will be along to entertain and inform you. And as always we'll be taking YOUR CALLS @ 661.244.9852 so be sure to join us for all the fun and games!
Tonight on the podcast,
6:45 PM: Justin Pinotti from UpAllNight.com talks #MinnesotaVikings, #NFL and #WWE news with us.
7:30 PM Billy Locke from The Dr Report with Tyler Jones talks Kansas City Chiefs, Oklahoma State and more.
TB joins the program throughout.
The concept of social justice involves finding the optimum balance between responsibilities as a society and responsibilities as individuals to contribute to a just society. Some scholars have documented that oppression is often allowed to occur in group settings because group members’ privilege is left unchecked and unchallenged. A number of people believe attention to social justice concerns is not within their roles so they do not address issues of member oppression and marginalization . The lack of attention to group members’ diversity is often re-traumatizing to those who have survived socio-cultural oppression.“Oppression”, in this text refers to‘a state of domination where the oppressed suffer the consequences of deprivation, exclusion, discrimination, exploitation, control of culture, and violence.
The United Nations has addressed “human rights” on an international scale and acknowledges that in a number of nations, ”indigenous people” who are entitled to the full protection of the individual human rights system, have their rights violated and often experience poverty and disadvantage to a greater extent than the rest of the population. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People recognize the difficulty in realizing human rights for Indigenous people who have been disadvantaged on a systemic level by historical discrimination and dispossession over past centuries; however, there has never been such an assessment of the condition of the Black American in the United States of America.
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