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Social Media Helps Get Justice For Family And Abused Baby Boy : Culture. First Posted: Jun 08, 2016 11:10 AM EDT The internet may have its flaws but sometimes it does some good and in the case of 1-year-old Jacob Marbury it was instrumental in making a difference.
According to their post on Facebook, back in March, Joshua Marbury and his wife Alicia Quinney came home to find that the babysitter, Markell Deon Hilaire, who is a friend of the couple, had physically abused their son Jacob. No one would argue that an abused baby with visible bruises on their body isn't enough proof for an arrest but apparently it wasn't enough to charge Hilaire, at least in Oregon. In Oregon, a victim has to be able to say that pain was inflicted due to physical injury and since Jacob is an infant he can't do that so convicting Hilaire would be tough. Left without options, Jacob's parents decided to share their story on Facebook and asked people to share it with others so that they may spread the word on a national level by getting the attention of the media.
Youth, social media play important role in human rights fight. In the eyes of some, today’s youth are more connected to the devices in their hands than the world that surrounds them.
Tell that to a group of young people gathered this weekend in Regina and Saskatoon. Take Faraz Khan. Annexe realisation video 450621. MENE1722814C. Dans la continuité de la politique éducative de prévention et de lutte contre les violences en milieu scolaire, le ministère organise avec le soutien de la mutuelle assurance de l'éducation (MAE) la cinquième édition du prix « Non au harcèlement ».
Ce concours distingue les outils de sensibilisation conçus par les élèves et les personnels des unités d'enseignement dans le cadre de projets pédagogiques ou au sein de structures péri et extra scolaires, ou par les élus des conseils des enfants et de jeunes des collectivités âgés de 8 à 18 ans. Le prix « Non au harcèlement » peut constituer un puissant vecteur de sensibilisation et un pilier fondamental des stratégies académiques pour lutter contre le harcèlement et le cyber-harcèlement, offrant aux équipes de terrain les moyens d'investir le sujet dans le cadre des séquences pédagogiques avec leurs élèves.
Le prix « Non au harcèlement » poursuit les objectifs suivants : - donner la parole aux élèves en les rendant acteur de la prévention; Family hopes social media will answer plea for kidney donor - Story. NEWTON COUNTY, Ga. - A Newton County family is rallying behind a father as he continues his desperate plea for a kidney transplant.
Marlon Pollard has been waiting for nearly four years for a match and the operation. Now his loved ones have turned to social media for help. "It's a feeling that's hard to describe," said Pollard. Pollard's world turned upside down in 2010 when doctors first discovered he had problems with his kidneys. RELATED: Sun spots are common, frustrating for people over 40 "I had a heart attack. By 2013, the father of two needed a transplant. Stop posting fake news on social media, B.C. wildfire evacuee says. Like many other evacuees, Alfie Mackay was hoping to find news on whether his home at 108 Mile Ranch survived the wildfires raging in B.C.
He says he saw a post on Facebook his house, specifically, had burned down. "You can imagine what that did to me," he said. "And it turns out, it was not even my house. " What is fake news? Its origins and how it grew in 2016. Social Media Etiquette (TODAY Show - Mario Armstrong) Life. Money. You.: Financial Literacy and Career Resources. Let’s face it.
The Internet is a free for all. There are no rules, anything goes, and I can say and do whatever I want, right? Wrong. There are dozens of hidden rules that you may or may not be aware of, and if you’re a recent grad looking for a job, these unspoken rules could very well be hurting you without you even knowing it. There are no specific hard and fast rules about social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Brazen Careerist, etc.), but there are expectations and ways to avoid being considered “some young kid” who doesn’t know what they’re talking about. Let’s first look at Facebook. Bullying on social networks. Most of the apps and social networking sites are for people aged 13 and over.
They also state that bullying, abusive behaviours which includes harassment, impersonation and identity theft are banned and not allowed. However, results from our national bullying survey, shows 91% of people who reported cyber bullying said that no action was taken. This can leave users feeling disbelieved, vulnerable and knock their self-esteem. Be Social-Network Smart. Teen depression and how social media can help or hurt - CNN. According to a recent study in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, 23% of teens report they are or have been the target of cyberbullying.
Another 15% admitted to bullying someone else online. The researchers' review of 10 studies that explored the link between social media victimization and depression all showed -- without exception-- a significant correlation. Yes, cyberbullying undeniably can inflict serious wounds. Social Media Do's and Don'ts! (Modern Manners w/ Amy Aniobi)
What is fake news? Its origins and how it grew in 2016. BBC Radio 5 live - In Short, Why pupils suggested a social media ban. Social Media Is Changing How College Students Deal With Mental Health, For Better Or Worse. Taking tablets and other gadgets to bed is leaving pupils exhausted. Parents are being urged to ban tablet computers at bedtime Children are becoming ‘addicted’ to the gadgets and its causing children to fall behind at schoolTeachers warn a growing numbers of pupils are exhausted and irritableThis is being blamed on children spending hours on tablets at home Experts claimed tablets are worse than televisions in bedrooms By Laura Clark, Education Correspondent Published: 17:09 BST, 7 April 2014 | Updated: 02:02 BST, 8 April 2014 Parents are being urged to ban tablet computers at bedtime because ‘addiction’ to the gadgets is causing children to fall behind at school.
School clamps down on phones and Fitbits to ease body image worries. A girls’ school is banning wearable activity trackers and smartwatches because of concerns that pupils are skipping lunch if they fail to meet their calorie and exercise targets.
Teachers at Stroud high school in Gloucestershire fear the gadgets are exacerbating some girls’ worries about their body image. The deputy headteacher, Cindi Pride, said the school’s active and healthy pupils did not need to count calories and the number of steps they took each day. She said: “We are banning Fitbits and smartwatches. These monitor the number of calories burned and we found that some girls would monitor the number of steps they had taken and the number of calories they had used. If they didn’t feel they had taken enough steps in the morning, they wouldn’t eat lunch. “We don’t need our girls to be counting calories.
She said: “With young girls it’s very difficult to say if something will lead to an eating disorder or not; using things like Fitbits can just be a cool thing for them to do. Should mobile phones be banned in schools? No – they help independent study "You'll have someone's eye out with that" used to be the refrain of teachers in my day. In malevolent hands, a pencil, a rubber, even a piece of paper could become a lethal weapon in class, and that's before we got on to compasses and Bunsen burners. A mobile is the same: a potentially potent tool for learning but strangely feared in a school pupil's hand, where it is assumed to wreak havoc with concentration, unleash cyber bullying and surreptitiously video up teachers' skirts. But isn't it also madness when schools that cannot afford modern IT facilities ignore the powerful computers in every pupils' pocket? I was amazed when I visited my old school recently: having remarked how sorry I felt for teachers in the mobile era, several teachers immediately declared how useful they were in class.
Fifth of secondary school pupils 'wake almost every night to use social media' Concerns about young people’s dependence on social media and its impact on their wellbeing appear set to grow after a study found that one in five children wake up almost every night to either read or post messages. The research, carried out among secondary school children across Wales and published on Tuesday, surveyed more than 400 pupils in year 8 (aged 12 and 13) and 400 in year 10 (aged 14 and 15) to find out about their bedtime and sleeping patterns. Asked how often they wake at night to use social media, 22% of year 8 pupils, and 23% of year 10s, said “almost always”. A further 14% of the younger group and 15% of the older said they did so at least once a week. The report also looked at bedtimes and found that significant numbers were going to bed at midnight or later on school nights. While 17% of year 8s and 28% of year 10s said they went to bed at midnight or later, 6% of the younger group and 8% of the older claimed to go to bed after 1am.
Untitled. Parents warn about dangers of 'Blue Whale Challenge' SAN ANTONIO - SAN ANTONIO, Tx. - A San Antonio family is grieving the loss of their youngest child, a 15-year-old boy. His death, they said, was the result of a dangerous social media game we’ve exposed in the past on Eyewitness News. Isaiah Gonzalez’s parents say he showed no warning signs of sadness or depression. Isaiah was a normal high school student, on his way to becoming a sophomore. He comes from a military family. His father, Jorge Gonzalez, is a retired veteran. “I think to him, it was a joke,” Gonzalez said. That joke or challenge goes too far, and teens too often are falling victims to it. Social media app helps police identify accused rapist - Toledo News Now, News, Weather, Sports, Toledo, OH.
A 20-year-old woman pulled out her phone and captured her alleged rape by a 77-year-old man on Snapchat. Around 1 a.m. Tuesday morning, Danbury Police got a call from Texas, a friend who had just gotten a video of the victim allegedly being raped. Officers then responded to the 2000 block of S Emerald Shores Drive. "He let us in the house, we were able to check on her, she was fine, not complaining of anything, just intoxicated, we left her in the care and custody of him,” said Danbury Police Chief Michael S Meisler. Not long after leaving the home, police viewed two of the Snapchat videos and immediately went back to the house. The victim checked into the Franklin Regional Medical Center for treatment.
Police Chief Michael Meisler says they are sorry the incident happened, but incredibly grateful for the social media app. Social media posts help Kingston Police identify and arrest suspect in wallet theft. Kingston Police report that a 29-year-old local woman was identified, located and arrested within one day after her image was released to social media in connection to a wallet theft. The woman is accused of stealing a wallet and cell phone from a store on Gardiners Road on Aug. 5, then using the victim’s credit card at a nearby gas station. A short time later, she allegedly attempted to use the card a wine store, but it was rejected. Police obtained surveillance footage of the suspect, which was released to social media on Monday. She was quickly identified through several tips from the public as a result of the release. Teenagers who watch screens in free time 'do worse in GCSEs'
Teenagers who spend hours on screens during their free time, either watching TV, playing computer games or surfing the internet, appear to achieve lower grades at GCSE, according to a study published on Friday. Research from Cambridge University suggests that 14-year-olds who spend an hour a day on screens during their leisure time score nine fewer points at GCSE when the sum of their grades is calculated – the equivalent of dropping two grades from a B to a D. Two extra hours results in 18 fewer points at GCSE. The length of time children spend watching screens is frequently a battleground in families, with parents increasingly powerless to control their children’s viewing – which has moved beyond TVs and computers, on to smart phones and iPads. 10 Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Media for Society - What are the positive effects of social networking on education? - Careerindia. The positives and negatives of using social networking sites - BBC School Report.
Image copyright PA. Teens: this is how social media affects your brain. Keeping in touch is no longer about face to face, but instead screen to screen, highlighted by the fact that more than 1 billion people are using Facebook every day. Social media positive for teens? Maybe! I'll admit it right at the start: When I think about teens and social media, I immediately begin to tally up the negatives. 'Need Help': Harvey Victims Use Social Media When 911 Fails - The New York Times. Facebook says all I want is babies and caviar. What else does it think it knows about me? Facebook removes posts made by people smugglers aiming to lure migrants. Facebook has removed several posts made by people smugglers openly advertising to attract migrants seeking passage to Europe. Written in Arabic, many of the posts were accompanied by videos and testimonials of what the smugglers claim are successful trips across the Mediterranean from Turkey to Greece, and from Egypt to Italy.
All were written in recent months, a time of year when many people attempt the journey. People smugglers make about $35bn (£27bn) a year worldwide and the industry is the main driver of migrant deaths at sea, according to the head of the International Organisation for Migration. Behind the Photo of the Older Women in Waist-High Water in Texas - The New York Times. Photo Almost as soon as the water began seeping into the assisted-living center in Dickinson, Tex., Susan Bobrick knew about it. Ms. Bobrick, of Houston, has a sister who lives there, and an employee of the center, La Vita Bella, called residents’ relatives to alert them that water was reaching into the single-story building. Facebook 'dark ads' can swing political opinions, research shows. Social Media News: Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter & More - NBC News. Moby & The Void Pacific Choir - Are You Lost In The World Like Me.
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