1. Introducing InSights: Past, Present and Future Self Through Photography

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    PhotoWings and Ashoka U are pleased to share the results from our grant, "InSights: Past, Present and Future Self Through Photography!" Watch to learn about InSights and the inspiring projects created by grant winners. More about InSights projects: http://ashokau.photowings.org Ashoka U is an initiative of Ashoka, the world’s largest network of social entrepreneurs. Building on Ashoka’s vision for a world where “Everyone is a Changemaker,” Ashoka U takes an institutional change approach to impact the education of millions of students. The founders of Ashoka U were recognized in Forbes’ 30 Under 30. PhotoWings' mission is to highlight and help facilitate the power of photography to influence the world. We help photography to be better understood, created, utilized, seen, and saved.

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    • The art of perceptual manipulation

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      The video contains excerpts from Armando's one-man show. He currently teaches the art of perceptual manipulation and the beguiling finesses within compositions of legerdemain. This helps people develop critical thinking skills utilizing the psychology of deception. More information at: http://www.armandolucero.com/index.html

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      • Ne szavazz 25 alatt! (Don't vote under 25!)

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        This is Hello90's fake campaign video created to raise the Hungarian youth's awareness of the parliamentary elections. It also targets the older generations and politicians too saying that it is not only the youth is to blame that they don't care much about politics, politics does not address them in any ways. It and its campaigns lack any integration of the interests of the youth. This media hack has provoked its viewers to think about the strong stereotypes on youth's ignorance and satirically to show how antipathetic a youngster is if he/she is too self-involved. The plan worked; our video got more than 110 thousand downloads and hundreds of comments.

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        • The Evolution of Public Relations

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          It's been more than a few years since many of us sat in college and university PR classes to learn about Edward Bernays, AP Style and the use of media relations as the primary tool to reach key audiences. But it might not be such a crazy idea for practitioners at all experience levels to hear what incoming PR students are learning. After all, if a 22-year-old kid pitches your CEO or CMO about owned media or native advertising in the context of PR, could you confidently jump into the fray? It's with those issues in mind -- PR's relevancy in a changing marketing and media landscape -- that we visited Lynn Appelbaum, Professor of Public Relations and Advertising/PR program director at The City College of New York and a former NBC and university PR pro. “It’s incumbent upon PR professionals to stay in touch with the trends that are changing every day. What’s hot now, what’s relevant now, what’s changing now, is going to be a completely different picture from what’s happening a month, two months, three months from now.” Viewing Appelbaum's comments on mega agencies like Edelman and Ketchum adding advertising into the PR mix, and hearing her tips on staying current, should give comfort to many veteran PR execs who routinely read TechCrunch and who know how to use Vine. Those who had to consult Google or Wikipedia while viewing the video may want to register for Appelbaum's fall PR classes. Insights provided by Critical Mention’s Media Monitoring Service

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          • Analysis of Peter Boghossian's A Manual for Creating Atheists and its role in New Atheism

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            This video incorporates music, imagery, an animated vignette, and childish humor in an effort to communicate the main themes and wide applicability of of Dr. Peter Boghossian's paradigm shifting Manual for Creating Atheists. The groundbreaking "Preachers who are not Believers" study, conducted by Linda LaScola and Dr. Daniel Dennett, along with The Clergy Project and the newly released Caught in the Pulpit, which followed on that initial work, gets some much-deserved attention as well.

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            • 5.0 - Why I left Mormonism - Sacred Bias

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              My fifth video explores how religion and bias are related and what I did to overcome my own private bias in order to research both sides more sincerely. --- All material in this video is used under Fair Use (17 USC § 107) and Fair Dealing (UK CDPA 1988 s30-(1)). Credits: 1. "Root of All Evil?", Channel 4, UK. 2. "Horizon: The Hunt For the Higgs", BBC Worldwide

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              • Catastrophic Thinking

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                This is for educational purposes and will be used in a TED Talk given in my 273 Professional Presentations class.

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                • What is Project My Voice?

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                  The mission of Project My Voice is to provide young adults with the skills, information, and attitudes needed for a lifetime of active citizenship. As part of the curriculum, the PMV website will host an innovative web app that fosters dialogue and deliberation among student-led school and community groups.

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                  • 2014-03-19 Hour 3 Brett Veinotte

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                    Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock on LRN.FM / Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - Noon (EST), Studio Line: 602-264-2800. FreedomsPhoenix.Com. Brett Veinotte (School Sucks Project) comes in studio to talk about redefining education by promoting home-education, critical thinking, peaceful parenting, personal growth and nonviolent communication strategies. SchoolSucksProject.Com

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