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  • Social media -- United States -- History -- Sources.
     
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  • Telecommunication -- United States -- History -- Sources.
     
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  • Mass media and public opinion -- United States -- History -- Sources.
     
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  • Interpersonal communication and culture -- United States -- History -- Sources.
     
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  • Privacy, Right of -- United States -- History -- Sources.
     
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    Social media issues / Claire Wyckoff.
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    Amenia, New York : Grey House Publishing, [2019]
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  • Social media -- United States -- History -- Sources.
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  • Telecommunication -- United States -- History -- Sources.
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  • Mass media and public opinion -- United States -- History -- Sources.
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  • Interpersonal communication and culture -- United States -- History -- Sources.
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  • Privacy, Right of -- United States -- History -- Sources.
  • ISBN: 
    9781642650648
    1642650641
    Description: 
    xxviii, 951 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
    Contents: 
    Introduction -- Historical timeline -- The importance of social connection: -- 1. The telephone revolution: making messages immediate and personal (1876-1979) -- 2. Radio brings the world closer to home: is everybody happy about it? (1900-present) -- 3. Propaganda and the public welfare: radio goes to war (1900-present) -- 4. Getting to know people from a distance: television and transparency (1930s-2000s) -- 5. Changing the face of American politics: elections are not just about issues anymore (1950s-present) -- 6. Media in the public trust: corporate responsibility and government regulations (1960s-present) -- 7. Mass media and family life: the TV family onscreen and off (1970s-present) -- 8. Mass media's effect on literacy: reading, writing, and the emergence of media literary -- Social media's early promise: -- 9. The instant messaging revolution: filling the digital written communication gap (1960s-present) -- 10. Bulletin boards as online forums: the first social networks (1970s-present) -- 11. Dating online: breaking barriers and reinforcing stereotypes (1960s-present) -- 12. How social media is changing the publishing industry: blogs into books (1990s-present) -- 13. Video goes viral: the pros and cons of making visual connections (2000s-present) -- 14. The creation of communities: why people join social networking sites (1990s-present) -- 15. Buying into social media: where's the reluctance? (2010s-present) -- 16. Learning online: how social media is shaping today's education system (2010s-present) -- Social media challenges personal and political boundaries: 17. Communities and social segmentation: bubbles and echo chambers (2010s-present) -- 18. The new approach to job search: is it fair? (2010s-present) -- 19. You're not alone anymore: privacy in the Digital age (2010s-present) -- 20. The growth - and danger - of fake news: the disinformation deluge (2010s-present) -- 21. Nowhere to hide: bots and cookies (2010s-present) -- 22. Voters and social media: the implications for democracy (2010s-present) -- The challenges escalate: -- 23. Cybersecurity: individual and national risks (2010s-present) -- 24. Social media's impact on wellness: a question of balance (2010s-present) -- 25. The emergence of anger: hate speech (2010s-present) -- 26. Social media and family: dividing or uniting? (2010s-present) 00 27. Social media's influence on the economy: what works? (2010s-present) -- 28. Pros and cons of media regulation: a privacy bill of rights? -- 29. How Americans view social media: an evolving story -- 30. Conclusion -- Appendixes.
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    Social Media Issues is the sixth volume in the new series, Opinions Throughout History. Each volume in the series is designed to follow the evolution of public opinion on a current and controversial topic that has changed throughout history. Each volume discusses both primary and secondary documents such as newspaper and magazine articles, speeches, court decisions and other legislation. Accompanied by expert commentary and analysis, these documents showcase the changing attitudes on these important issues of public interest over time. Social Media Issues provides readers with an in-depth exploration of all aspects of social connection and social media, from the telephone revolution of yesteryear to issues surrounding propaganda and privacy concerns of today. Divided into four main sections, each helps the reader better understand a wide range of topics. (Publisher)
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