The right to be forgotten is one such right, which a person couldn’t have imagined the same few years back, but with the rise of the social media and the growing importance of search engines, the need for such a right to be developed arises. It’s not a right to be purged from the memory of people who know you, but rather to control how information about you appears online. If there is no legitimate reason for keeping it, the data should be removed from their system. The ruling in the Costeja case emphatically stated that wherever it appears that the information is “incorrect, inaccurate, irrelevant or excessive for the processes of data processing, individuals have a right to ask the search engines to remove the links with personal information about them. The right to be forgotten is indeed a valuable tool for keeping a check on the content which is being linked online by the search engines, but at the same time it is becomes a dangerous tools in the hands of the people who demand the content to be removed which could also be considered as a threat to freedom of speech and expression, say for instance a leader of political party who is a probable candidate for some elections would definitely want to segregate the flattery news about him displayed on the search engines from the news which is not going to get him votes from the public.
2.1.4 Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support In order to measure the perception of social support from various sources the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPP) that was developed by (Zimet, Dahlem, Zimet and Farley (1988) shall be utilized. The scale measures the concept of social support in a multidimensional perspective, dividing the sources between family, friends, and significant others in order to give a deeper insight into the concept (Zimet, Dahlem, Zimet & Farley, 1988). This scale was developed in order to try to correct issues that were observed in previous scales, where it addresses the subjective assessment, perceptions of adequacy from three supports, self-explanatory, psychometrically
The first definition of acculturation was offered by Redfield, Linton, and 18 Ethnic Diversity at Work Herskovits (1936; p. 149): “Acculturation comprehends those phenomena, which result when groups of individuals having different cultures come into continuous first-hand contact, with subsequent changes in the original cultural patterns of either or both groups.” Today, the most frequently used model to conceptualize acculturation is Berry’s two dimensional acculturation model (Van De Vijver & Phalet, 2004). Now according to this model, immigrant groups may engage in four acculturation strategies based on two dimensions: culture adaptation and culture maintenance. The first dimension refers to the degree to which immigrants are willing to adapt to the dominant culture of the “new” society. The second dimension refers to the degree to which immigrants want to maintain their own ethnic culture in the host society. Based on these dimensions, Berry distinguishes between four possible acculturation orientations.
Pouloudi and Whitley (1997) use four principles to identify stakeholders in the drug use management system. Most institutions develop techniques for internal consumption, for example, Stakeholder Identification and Analysis (SIA) technique developed at University of Sunderland, (Davison et al, 2003). Knoke and Kuklinski (1982) proposed network approach, a theoretical tool for social network focusing on the wide network of relationships among organizations, (Pouloudi and Whitley, 1997). It consists of three components: actors, resources, and activities. Some researchers proposed adopting snowballing technique during stakeholder identification (INVOLVE, 2005; Ananda and Herath, 2003; Hair et al., 2000; Araujo and Bramwell, 1999).
The second questionnaire is addressed to leaders, where is divided into sections, where the first section explores leader’s values, second part represents the demographic data, and the final section is the formal aspects of the organizational functioning, such as structure, strategy, and policy. The two questionnaires addressed to measure the non-formal and formal aspect of organizational functioning are measured on four dimensions - decision-making and behavior; people versus task orientation; innovativeness and risk-taking; and open versus closed systems. The four dimensions were developed through literature review and synthesis of dimensions previously pointed by other authors as important, such as Hofstede (1998), O’Reilly et al. (1991) Jaivisarn (2010), Singh (2007), Nazir (2005), Su et al. (2009), Padma and Nair (2009, and Denison and Mistra
(Snow & Benford, 1986,p464) More specifically, how social movement organizations mobilize and recruit members. There are four steps of frame alignments: frame bridging, frame amplification, and frame extension and frame transformation. Three tasks framing theory regarded as most important ones are diagnostic framing, prognostic framing and motivational framing. Based on three tasks, author will try to interpret movement via framing analysis. Diagnostic framing aimed to recognize the major problems and present the reason behind the problem.
In a nutshell, we should believe in technology and support it but only to an extent. We should not have become way too dependent on technology and let it dominates our lives. Technology has great effects on our lives. It depends on how we use the technology . If the technology is abused by humans that danger lurks in it then it will pose a threat to the humans.
Methodology serves to explain the explicit and implicit assumptions adopted by the researcher during the entire research process. Methodology serves as the foundation upon which the entire research is built. The chosen research methodology then identifies, to a large extent, the research methods for data collection and data analysis (Creswell, 2003; Denzin and Lincoln, 2000). 3.4 Action Research Action research has been selected as an Inductive, qualitative methodology that is capable of exploring both facts and the meanings attributed to a social situation by the actors. Action research has been understood by board researchers in a diversity of habits but there are four topics in the literature.
Its focal points incorporate an arrangement of security and prevent black hats hacking, terrorists, provides data surveillance to the Web and enhances co-ordination. Resulting upon the experts of a surveillance society, some of the impacts that harm the surveillance society are the danger to the protection of people, however, we appear to be more worried about risky situations. While we are in the process, we might neglect the possibility that completely reliant on surveillance technologies for safety could wind up of more damage to us than great (Wu, and Chang, 2016). Surveillance causes the problem such as lacking of trust and generating doubts between people, citizens and the government, by this means for us to control and mindful of our
According to Turkel, this is setting society up for trouble when it comes to relating to each other as humans, but also, in our ability for self-reflection. For example, Turkel explains the problem that society has with having conversations with other people in person and, not having control over real-time responses to the discussion. But with the digital tech, Turkel says we can edit, delete, and overthink the debate to a point where we actually change our position. I agree with that the digital world is isolating people from the real world because of my experiences with technology and the effects it has on our social interaction, our awareness of our surroundings, and it is robbing young adults from the wonders of the world. I believe we should try and continue to have faith in real human relationships because, if we forget how to have relationships with other people, then we seem to stop caring about one
He also elucidates that the overuse of such technology is potentially very dangerous and could affect how someone 's mind can be manipulated and affect how their mind may function. On the other hand, Jamias Cascio states that "The focus of our technological transformation would be less on how someone adapts to the visible world, and more on how we as human beings adapt to the monumental amount of
The way that it is important for practitioners, individuals and organisations to have an induction process in place and complete an induction is that is supports new employees into the company by providing them with the right support and training and allows them to develop within their roles. This also ensures that new recruits get up to speed with the organisational ways of working and It enables new recruits to become a useful, integrated member of a team through a gradual planned process, rather than being thrown in at the deep end and expected to know what to do and how to do it without the proper knowledge required to do their job or have little or no understanding of how the job fits in with the rest of the organisation. Induction is not just restricted to new staff as new internal appointments may also require a period of induction to help them adjust to new roles and responsibilities within a new role. An example of this would be with my own role, I was a group worker in a community service prior to being given the opportunity to manage a residential service and with it being my first foray into management with little management experience I was provided with the opportunity to complete a 6 month induction process even
Social media is used for many different reasons but it also influences who I am. There are many different things on social media like, what is trending and seeing negativity. An article by Jim Taylor states "The problem is that the self-identity that is shaped by popular culture serves its own best interests rather than what is best for us"(Taylor). It shows that social media helps influence us to believe what the social norm is and what is best for us. Being on social media definitely is challenging because it is hard to know if something is socially acceptable or not.