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Sportsmanlike Conduct November 5th - The Social Network

Sportsmanlike Conduct November 5th – The Social Network

November 5, 2019

On this week's episode of Sportsmanlike Conduct, hosts Damon Ngo and Bennett Johnson reflect on how recent developments in social media impact sports. They discuss a derogatory tweet directed at T...

The Rostrum: “Reciprocity,” Filtering through the Noise, Part E

December 8, 2015

Part E: Larger Beginnings Where will Snapchat take the future of digital media culture? What are societal benefits of targeted engagement? How are digital networks changing life offline? Texas-born, Avery Holton is a voice for "connectivity" at the U. His award-winning studies have re...

“Reciprocity,” Filtering Through the Noise, Part C

November 17, 2015

Language & Communication (LNCO), lies at the center of the University of Utah campus Part C How will connectivity improve thoughtful engagement? What's the main motivator for social media? Can it im...

“Reciprocity,” Filtering Through the Noise, Part B

November 9, 2015

Part B What do you want people to think of you online? How do you identify with others? What is ambient transparency? Texas-born, Avery Holton is a voice for "connectivity" at the U. His award-winning studies recently i...

Filtering Through the Noise

“Reciprocity,” Filtering Through the Noise, Part A

November 3, 2015

Part A Figuring out the positives in content, technology, networks and community. How do we truly connect people through all the noise? Texas-born, Avery Holton is a voice for "connectivity" at...

“Reciprocity,” Filtering Through the Noise, Part D

November 2, 2015

Part D Does social media make individual lives matter? Why are we outsourcing social media channels? Why aren't we investing in multiple social media editors? Texas-born, Avery Holton is a voice for "connectivity" at the U. His ...

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