apmt430 | undergraduate
Social Media And Human Interaction
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The Dangers and Risks of Social Media
- Propose best practices to avoid risky online behaviors.
- Describe how value, power, and social capital are created in social media, as well as how these elements translate to the offline environment.
- Assess how credibility is established and measured in social media.
- Contrast the public and private spheres in social media.
Social Media and Collaboration
- Examine social media and its alternatives in relation to human interaction.
- Describe the benefits and risks of virtual collaboration in social media.
- Assess the psychological drivers behind crowdsourcing.
The Effects of Social Media
- Design a communication plan that recognizes the limitations and utilizes the strengths of various social media channels.
- Assess the influence of social media on individuals, relationships, leisure and work, and culture and society across a lifespan.
- Identify and assess trends in social media and implications for society.
Psychology and Social Media
- Define social media, Web 2.0, and Web 3.0.
- Apply social psychology theories in relation to behaviors exhibited in social media.
- Analyze the effects of social media on human interaction across generations.
Social Media and Identity
- Demonstrate the effect of social media on the perception of self.
- Demonstrate the effect of social media on human identity.
- Evaluate the behavioral implications of social media in online and offline relationships.
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