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messaging has become a common method of communication in the modern society because of the proliferation of mobile phones and Internet-based instant messaging platforms. Text messaging has permeated nearly every facet of the society including the healthcare sector where medical personnel utilize it to relay patient information. The increased use of text messaging in the healthcare sector is attributable to the fact that medical personnel are increasingly looking for measures for improved collaboration towards better patient outcomes. Even though text messaging enhances collaboration, the problem is it's unsecured and characterized by security risks and concerns.
Using risk analysis and gap analysis approach, a SWOT analysis is carried out to examine the significance of text messaging in clinical communication with regards to its impact on medical personnel and patients. The strengths of text messaging in clinical communication include improved collaboration between medical personnel, seamless and smooth communication between medical personnel, and….


There are, however, admitted limits to the study. Firstly, the sampling size was relatively small and from a homogeneous population. There may also be correlational factors that affect the result which do not reflect the causation of higher rates of student literacy who text. Students who are highly plugged in to Internet technology, for example, may be more affluent and thus more apt to have advanced technology which enhances texting -- and also to more educational resources which enable the students to effectively distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate contexts for texting. Improved but more expensive smartphones that have grown more common in the past years may be a particularly important component of the degree to which affluence affects enhanced used of texting. The fact that students who cannot distinguish between appropriate contexts to use textese have poorer literacy skills does not seem surprising.

One way to examine the degree to which….

That is because texting also involves the same brain regions and cognitive processes as communicating by telephone that are responsible for the dangers associated with cell phones and driving and combines that risk factor with another additional independent risk factor: visual distraction.
Unlike cell phones, which distract the driver visually for only a small percentage of the time when they are being used for verbal communication, texting while driving is a continuous visual distraction by its very nature that makes it much more dangerous by comparison. Whereas cell phone users only look at their devices to dial and identify in-coming calls drivers who text must continually shift their attention back and forth from watching the road to looking at their communications devices. Especially at typical highway speeds, the amount of time typically required to look at a mobile device for texting purposes is too much time to look away from….

messaging during simulated driving," Drews et al. (2009) study the effect that text messaging has on driver attention spans and response times. The authors studied drivers in a driving simulation to examine how the drivers responded to texting while driving. Their findings indicate that texting while driving results in poor driver performance with respect to attention span and response time. The authors note the their scores, which are some of the first in the field, indicate that texting while driving is more dangerous than other forms of driver distraction.
The authors first provide an extensive literature review discussing the issue of distracted driving. They present evidence of how different forms of distracted driving have been show to affect driver competence. The authors also discuss the issue of texting and driving specifically, noting that there has not been much research to this point on the subject, but that they believe texting….

By not waiting for an answer, though, "S" also deflects attention from the Prague issue. Second, by changing the subject to "oh we're all going to see Judge Jewels aren't we on the Thursday second November obviously" "S" brings up something else before committing to going, perhaps implying she wishes to still remain non-committal about Prague, but also reconfirm their friendship by reminding "A" about Judge Jewels, a social engagement (even if "S" doesn't go to Prague) that would "obviously" include "A."
But then "A" asks (about Judge Jewels) "when's that'd" replies "Thursday second of November," but then "A" repeats the question: "when'e that." "S" says, again: "Thursday." "A" then asks "S": "when's that (.) you know what I mean."

The implication of "when's that (.) you know what I mean" is apparently clear to both speakers (but not to someone reading a transcription of the conversation).

Then "S" reminds "A": "Thursday….

Ethics of Client Messaging
As is made clear in the document Online Patient-Clinician Messaging: Fundamentals of Ethical Practice, a publication of the National Ethics Committee of the Veterans Health Administration (2004), there are man broad and varied ethical considerations when it comes to using online communications to facilitate healthcare inquiries and provision. These concerns range from security and privacy issues, and the manner in which online communication could potentially lead to greater threats in these areas, to the quality of care and the relationship of the clinician and the patient that develops via such communications (VHA, 2004). Also of importance are the elements of technical expertise on the part of both clinicians and patients, which could affect utilization of these technologies, and the need to keep such programs voluntary and on par with non-electronic healthcare provision (VHA, 2004).

There are many steps that hospitals and other healthcare institutions can take to ensure….

Procedural Message
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Organizational Policy on the Acceptable Use of Email and Text Messaging
Good Morning Staff,

In the past few years, this company has experienced tremendous growth and productivity because of your significant contributions towards the realization of the firm's objectives. The management team wishes to express our appreciation of your input towards the achievement of organizational objectives and increased productivity. Secondly, the message comes as a friendly reminder of the major components of the firm's policy regarding the acceptable use of email and text messaging in relation to the accomplishment of organizational goals. However, the policy does not seek to restrict or gag employees' email and texting but to promote proper use of these messaging systems through effective guidelines. The management team encourages all employees to be aware of acceptable and unacceptable practices regarding email and text messaging because the policy applies to all staff. The purpose of the guidelines provided in the….

Employee Privacy Torts
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Employee Privacy Torts
History of Employee Privacy

Changing Trends of Employee Privacy

Impact of Innovative Technology on Employee Privacy

ole of Social Media towards Employee Privacy

Impact of Changing Community/Society on Employee Privacy

Adaptation to the new Environment pertaining to Employee Privacy

Employee Monitoring and Surveillance

Laws and Employer Policies for Text Messaging and Social Media

Electronic Communication Privacy Act

Monitoring of Employee Conversations over Telephone & Email

ecommendations for creating Effective Policies

Future Implications of Employee Privacy

As years have passed and the human race has penetrated into the epoch of twenty first century, the technological advancements have conquered almost every facet of human life, especially the workplace. The widespread platform of the internet has become the integral part of a person's life, in the same manner as businesses are employing technological advancements to perform numerous activities like internet infrastructure, maintenance of computers and so on. It means that the human race is residing in a magnificent era where the flow of….

However, those participants that chose to ignore sleep disturbances, engaged in sleep-promoting activities, or attempted unsuccessfully to overcome sleeping problems had poor sleep quality. The study also found that regardless of the coping strategy used daytime sleepiness still persisted. Yang et al. set out to establish the coping mechanisms used by young adults as it pertained to sleeping disturbances.. The research confirms that sleep disturbances lead to daytime sleepiness. This information is useful for colleges and for students because it presents the opportunity to educate students concerning how they can cope with sleep problems. The article is articulate and informative.
Caldwell K, Harrison M, Adams M, Quin RH, Greeson J.(2010) Developing mindfullness in college students through movement-base courses: Effects on self-regulatory self-efficacy, mood, stress, and sleep quality." J. Am Coll Health. 2010 Mar-58(5):433-42.

College can be a stressful time for students because of the responsibilities associated with classes and social life.….

Employee Privacy Torts
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Employee Privacy Torts
Issues relating to employee privacy have been at the forefront of businesses for many years. This has been fuelled by the dynamic workplace which changes constantly and also by employees and employers being more litigation-conscious. Technology has also spurred on employee privacy issues with e-mail and the internet being related to heightened concerns about vulnerability of employers to litigation. Many employers have thus exacerbated their concerns relating to employee privacy and especially monitoring of employee behavior. Employee privacy is respected in many of the large corporations. However, there still exist some breaches in employee privacy. Small business owners are at most risk as a result of their increased monitoring practices and close employer-employee interaction.

Historical background

oberson v. ochester Folding Box Company

One of the major cases that brought employee privacy to the limelight was oberson v. ochester Folding Box Company

Franklin Mills Co. decided to appeal the decision. The appellate found….

Conversation
Pamela a Virtue Rewarded written Samuel Richardson

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ext Message from Pamela

Hi mum and Dad, we travelled well and reached our destination safely. We are grateful to God for bringing us to our new home safely. My Husband has gone through a great deal in making our new home. He is hesitant at changing the design of the house. He argues that the house looks its best the way it is. Am not so sure as to whether we should change the decor and design or leave it as it is. Anyhow, we hope to come to a consensus soon.

Good news though, my husband proposes that we have the work start on refurbishing the house. Last evening he shared with me his desired designs that he already has figured out. How I wish that the new house would sever between the sounds from the noisy hornbill and the melodious chirrups….

Education History
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Messaging or Short Message Service (SMS)
In Contemporary Culture

After the Second World War, technological advancement increasingly progressed especially after the television was introduced to the commercial market. After the advent of television, various technologies were innovated, including the computer technology that we are now enjoying and utilizing. The new computer technology became the catalyst for more advancements to come our way, and one of the sectors that benefited from these new technologies are the communications sector. Communications technology include the Internet, mobile phones, satellite broadcasting, and other innovations that developed and made communication more prevalent, improved, and clearer especially for people communicating or sharing information from distant places. The communications technology that the contemporary culture has will be the focus of this paper, particularly the advancements made to telephone communication. Telephones are considered one of the most vital devices invented over many centuries. Telephones evolved from being the telephone with….

McDonald's Australia
The characteristics of multi-channel management strategies are often organized around the most effective aspects of each channel and the potential they have to contribute to the overarching marketing and selling goal (Wilson, Hobbs, Dolder, McDonald, 2004). McDonald's and their multichannel strategy across Australia, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom (UK) are unified from the standpoint of supporting the corporate messaging and branding of McDonald's. Each geography and region requires a different series of strategies and messages however if McDonald's is going to succeed. The intent of analysis is to evaluate how McDonald's structures its multichannel strategy, varying messaging, content and delivery to fit the specific expectations, needs and wants of each region and country.

Analysis of Multichannel Strategies

The case provides interesting insights into how McDonald's uses their websites as branding platforms that extend into delivering memorable, fun and unique experiences for it customers. Making the point that the websites are….


Online bullying and online harassment typically happens through chat rooms, text messages, and emails, and it generally happens when teens aren't in school, the studies show.

The findings appear in a special edition of the Journal of Adolescent Health.

Internet Harassment: What to Do?

Focus on safe use of new technology, not banning the technology.

Today's kids and teens are major media users, but they need grown-up guidance about safe media use, note the CDC's Corinne David-Ferdon, PhD, and Marci Feldman Hertz, MS. They predict that "with the development of new cell phones that are small enough to fit into young children's hands and that are designed to be visually attractive to a younger audience, more and younger children will become competent and frequent users of this technology."

That means that research on preventing online harassment "must be rapid and flexible enough to keep up with the evolving nature of technology," write David-Ferdon and Hertz.

How….

To facilitate effective communications, organizational managers must understand the social dynamics of all of these employee communications networks.
7. Understanding Cultural Diversity

Cultural diversity has emerged as one of the most significant social issues in the contemporary workplace. That is largely attributable to the increasing cultural diversity in society and especially to the increased globalization of business in general. Today, it is no longer possible to assume that business partners and other stakeholders will necessarily share the same cultural perspective. In many instances, the failure to appreciate and respond appropriately to cultural diversity can make the difference between success and failure of business negotiations, particularly those conducted across international borders.

8. Promoting and Inclusion by Acknowledging Dissimilarity

While the purpose of cultural sensitivity awareness training is always to reduce or entirely eliminate tensions resulting from cultural differences, the road to achieving that goal often starts with an open and frank acknowledgment of differences.….

## Essay Topic Ideas Related to Cyberbullying

General

The Impact of Cyberbullying on Mental Health
The Role of Social Media in Facilitating Cyberbullying
Ethical and Legal Implications of Cyberbullying
Strategies for Addressing and Preventing Cyberbullying

Individual Impacts

The Psychological Effects of Cyberbullying on Victims
The Role of Cyberbullying in School Dropout Rates and Academic Performance
Cyberbullying as a Catalyst for Anxiety, Depression, and Suicidal Ideation
Coping Mechanisms and Resilience Strategies for Victims of Cyberbullying

Societal Impacts

The Spread of Cyberbullying and its Impact on Social Cohesion
Cyberbullying as a Form of Digital Harassment and Discrimination
Legal Challenges and Policy Responses to Cyberbullying
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SWOT

Nursing

Text Messaging and Communication

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Length: 5 Pages
Type: SWOT

messaging has become a common method of communication in the modern society because of the proliferation of mobile phones and Internet-based instant messaging platforms. Text messaging has permeated…

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Essay

Teaching

College Students' Text Messaging Use

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Length: 2 Pages
Type: Essay

There are, however, admitted limits to the study. Firstly, the sampling size was relatively small and from a homogeneous population. There may also be correlational factors that affect the…

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Transportation

Texting and Driving Safety the

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Length: 3 Pages
Type: Essay

That is because texting also involves the same brain regions and cognitive processes as communicating by telephone that are responsible for the dangers associated with cell phones and…

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Transportation

Messaging During Simulated Driving Drews Et Al

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messaging during simulated driving," Drews et al. (2009) study the effect that text messaging has on driver attention spans and response times. The authors studied drivers in a…

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Term Paper

Communication - Language

Communication Practice in a Text

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Length: 3 Pages
Type: Term Paper

By not waiting for an answer, though, "S" also deflects attention from the Prague issue. Second, by changing the subject to "oh we're all going to see Judge…

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Healthcare

Ethics of Client Messaging as Is Made

Words: 541
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Essay

Ethics of Client Messaging As is made clear in the document Online Patient-Clinician Messaging: Fundamentals of Ethical Practice, a publication of the National Ethics Committee of the Veterans Health Administration…

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SWOT

Education - Computers

Procedural Message

Words: 580
Length: 2 Pages
Type: SWOT

Organizational Policy on the Acceptable Use of Email and Text Messaging Good Morning Staff, In the past few years, this company has experienced tremendous growth and productivity because of your significant…

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Research Paper

Careers

Employee Privacy Torts

Words: 8246
Length: 25 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Employee Privacy Torts History of Employee Privacy Changing Trends of Employee Privacy Impact of Innovative Technology on Employee Privacy ole of Social Media towards Employee Privacy Impact of Changing Community/Society on Employee Privacy Adaptation to…

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Annotated Bibliography

Children

Langer E J Rodin J 1976 the

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Type: Annotated Bibliography

However, those participants that chose to ignore sleep disturbances, engaged in sleep-promoting activities, or attempted unsuccessfully to overcome sleeping problems had poor sleep quality. The study also found…

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Research Paper

Business - Law

Employee Privacy Torts

Words: 7119
Length: 25 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Employee Privacy Torts Issues relating to employee privacy have been at the forefront of businesses for many years. This has been fuelled by the dynamic workplace which changes constantly and…

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Essay

Communication

Conversation Pamela a Virtue Rewarded Written Samuel

Words: 1980
Length: 7 Pages
Type: Essay

Conversation Pamela a Virtue Rewarded written Samuel Richardson ext conversion ext Message from Pamela Hi mum and Dad, we travelled well and reached our destination safely. We are grateful to God for…

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Term Paper

Education - Computers

Education History

Words: 592
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Messaging or Short Message Service (SMS) In Contemporary Culture After the Second World War, technological advancement increasingly progressed especially after the television was introduced to the commercial market. After the…

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Essay

Business - Advertising

Mcdonald's Australia the Characteristics of Multi-Channel Management

Words: 802
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Essay

McDonald's Australia The characteristics of multi-channel management strategies are often organized around the most effective aspects of each channel and the potential they have to contribute to the overarching marketing…

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Term Paper

Children

Online Bullying What Is Bullying

Words: 2204
Length: 8 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Online bullying and online harassment typically happens through chat rooms, text messages, and emails, and it generally happens when teens aren't in school, the studies show. The findings appear in…

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Term Paper

Business - Management

Communicating in a Multicultural Work

Words: 893
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Term Paper

To facilitate effective communications, organizational managers must understand the social dynamics of all of these employee communications networks. 7. Understanding Cultural Diversity Cultural diversity has emerged as one of the…

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