Neuroprivacy and 2) New Research of the Nervous System Part 1) Due to recent advancements in our ability to measure the electrical activity of the brain, "neuroprivacy" has become an ethical buzzword for neuroscientists. What is neuroprivacy? How close are we to really knowing what another person is thinking? How much should the government regulate the research that might lead to neuroprivacy concerns? Given that medical personnel will remove articles of clothing from the outside of a person without regard for privacy in a medical emergency, how should neuroprivacy be handled in a medical emergency? Should commercial companies have access to your neural records for marketing purposes, or probation officers or judges in court have access for determination of flight risk or criminal intent, or insurance companies have access for determining your probability for engaging in risky behaviors? Is this different or should it be different than when insurance companies charge different rates based on the weight of an individual? Be sure to answer these questions in one initial post and then comment on at least two other posts. http://www.abcny.org/pdf/report/Neuroprivacy-revisions.pdf http://liblogs.albany.edu/UNL_206/2008/04/neuroprivacy.html http://mindhacks.com/2006/06/27/brain-based-lie-detection-now-commercially-available/ 300 words or more – max 400. ———————————————————————————————— Part 2 New Research of the Nervous System Go out on the web and find out about the newest most interesting research being done on the nervous system. Write a brief description of that research that includes: What questions are being asked? What methods are being used? Are there any applications to humans? Are there any ethical/moral/legal dilemmas involved in the research? Be sure to post an initial answer to these questions and comment on two other posts. 200 words .
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Assignment 3: Environmental Issues and the Industrial Revolution
June 21, 2017

Discussion: Getting the Word Out

Discussion: Getting the Word Out
Discussion: Getting the Word Out
Social media can be a powerful tool to help you get the word out to a wide audience in a relatively short amount of time.
Imagine that you are organizing a fundraiser for a local charity. Explore the various social media outlets discussed in this module or that you are aware of from your
own personal and professional use (examples include Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Instagram, etc.).
Compose two announcements advertising the event to be posted on two different social media sites. The first should be geared toward your friends, family, and other
social acquaintances. The second should be written for co-workers or professional colleagues or acquaintances.
What types of media would you include in your announcements? Written, photographic, video, or audio? Would the same media be appropriate for both announcements? Where
could you get this media? Is it OK to copy whatever clip-art you find on the web? Why or why not? Is it OK to use part of your favorite song? Why or why not?
Discuss which social network site would be most appropriate for each example and explain why. Be sure to include a brief reflection on the differences in tone, style,
and content of the two postings in terms of their intended audiences.
Your initial response should be at least 150 words.
Use properly documented sources outside of this course to justify, support, and expand on your response. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

 

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