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Digital Citizenship: Political Engagement

Being a part of the younger generation in today’s society, I could not deny that citizenships from my generations, despite the differences of countries, are mostly reluctant to get involved in politics anymore. No longer like those generations back then, many of us are not even interested in joining the political parties of our own nations. As from what I can see from my own country, Malaysia, most of us from the younger generations in the late twenties or thirties no longer go for voting during the election period, and at the same time portrays the slightest trust on those politicians who are involved. Despite all these, I supposed that this does not really means that young people like us are apolitical. From what is observed through today’s technological society, it seems that the political engagement with a nation’s society can by far work out better through different means of conducting. Here, it is reliable to say that utilizing the social media for the purpose of political engagement is a useful and great platform to keep the society updated with all political activities. Through this, it can be seen that voting during political and governmental election can be done through online participations, rather than just the usual traditional way of polling booth (Using social media for political engagement 2017).

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No doubt, it is agreed by most of us that digital engagement is able to facilitate new ways of political and civic participation, yet there is still questions about the effect of online engagement towards the social change of our society (Digital engagement empowers a new political participation 2016). In relation to this, it is found out that interactions relating to political information through digital platforms can lead to further topic complications as well as participatory behavior. For instance, certain forms of political participations online may lead to positive effects of empowerment on communities, whereas some may just seem to bring negative statements relating to social political issues such as the case of Malaysia’s 1MDB scandal issue.

As I can conclude, building up on political participation as well as civic engagement, it is determined that engaging with political news online through social media such as Facebook, Twitter or politician’s official blog site is an effective way for the young citizens as well as citizens of all ages to increase the level of interest in terms of political knowledge and discussions. Study also detects that forms of digital communications like online discussion forums, emails, chat-rooms and also voting in nation’s elections is one of the most effective ways to attract digital citizenship to political engagement (Silva 2008, p. 1036).

 

List of References

Digital engagement empowers a new political participation 2016, Bang the Table, viewed 5 October 2018, <https://www.bangthetable.com/news/digital-engagement-empowers-new-political-participation/>.

Silva, TLD 2008, ‘Young citizens in the digital age: political engagement, young people and new media’, Information Communication & Society, vol. 11, no. 7, pp. 1029-1036.

Using social media for political engagement 2017, Future Learn, viewed 4 October 2018, <https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/digital-society/0/steps/23848>.

Heartlessmon (Child)

Nível Novato/Seichouki/Rookie

Atributo Vírus

Tipo Fera

Campo Nightmare Soldiers

Significado do Nome Heartless, cruel, sem coração em inglês.

Descrição

Nascido do medo daqueles que se perdem nas densas e escuras florestas ao redor do Mundo Digital, Heartlessmon é conhecido por ser cruel e impiedoso. Aqueles que olham diretamente em seus grandes e intensos olhos vermelhos que brilham nas sombras, costumam ficar paralisados diante da intimidação imposta por essa criatura que leva muito a sério qualquer combate no qual entra, sendo um inimigo bem difícil de lidar visto que sua força corporal é bastante elevada e suas garras revestidas de um potente veneno são extremamente perigosas. Dizem que esse Digimon tem conhecimento sobre magia negra e guarda dentro de si um poder das trevas sem precedentes, no entanto, nunca houve qualquer relato de tal poder sendo usado contra um inimigo, já que as batalhas de Heartlessmon são encerradas de maneira rápida, com golpes violentos e precisos.

Técnicas

Veneno Púrpura (Purple Poison) – Desfere um forte golpe com suas garras, as quais são revestidas de um veneno altamente corrosivo capaz de apodrecer quase tudo o que toca.

Hálito Fantasma (Phanton Breath)  – Emite uma onda de calor potente e tóxica, porém invisível aos olhos do inimigo.

Destruidor de Corações (Heartbreaker)  – Libera raios de energia negra da pelagem em seu pescoço, que dizem parar o coração daqueles que são atingidos.

Informações Adicionais

Adaga Negra (Black Dagger)

Selada no interior de Heartlessmon cravada em seu DigiCore, existe a Adaga Negra, um objeto que é dito possuir a energia pura dos 7 pecados capitais, um poder que se equipara ao de Ogudomon em sua essência, o qual ele não é capaz de acessar voluntariamente mas que lhe da o status de anjo caído e uma força fora do normal.

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Gebruik social media... poe poe

Zo ik ben ook vier dagen bezig met social media en het valt me zwaar.

Goed om te weten is dat ik dus voorheen alleen gebruik maakte van Whatsapp en LinkedIn heb ik dan ook wel. Nu heb ik Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter en Pinterest ook geïnstalleerd. Doel is dus om actief gebruiker te worden van social media (voor twee weken) en in deze eerste vier dagen merk ik gelijk dat ik mijn telefoon wil negeren. Ik trilde vrijdagochtend zowat uit bed joh…..

Ik probeer mezelf te dwingen om mijn telefoon te pakken en overal op te kijken en alles te checken, maar ik merk dat ik lastig vind. Bijvoorbeeld tijdens een les, dan wil ik opletten in plaats van op mijn telefoon zitten. Toch heb ik geprobeerd op mijn telefoon te zitten en social media te checken, dat lukte praktisch gezien natuurlijk wel maar ik zat toch te kijken of de docent het opviel dat ik afgeleid was. Ik voelde mij bijna schuldig. In een pauze lukte het mij dan wel om mijn smartphone te checken, terwijl ik toen ook praatte met anderen. Wat een bizar gevoel vond ik dat! Ik vraag mij ook af of meerdere mensen dat hebben, ik krijg een schuldgevoel voor de desinteresse die ik toon als (in dit geval) de docent aan het praten is. Herkent iemand dat? 

Sowieso zat ik voorheen ook wel eens op mijn telefoon terwijl iemand tegen mij praatte en het maakte mij geen zak uit wat hij of zij ervan vindt, bijvoorbeeld tijdens een hoorcollege. Nu ik mij bewust word van het gebruik van mijn BFF, ‘HUAWEI’, denk ik: “O, als ze maar niet denken dat ik geen interesse heb of geen respect heb”. Ik vind het bizar dat mij dat nu ineens zo opvalt en deze gedachtes erbij heb.

Het is gek om te merken dat het binnen vier dagen al aardig veel bij mij losmaakt qua gevoel, mijn gedrag en de hoeveelheid tijd die ik erin moet stoppen. Ben benieuwd hoe ik het deze week aan ga pakken, in ieder geval moet ik meer op mijn BFF gaan zitten XD! Ohja, ik moet dit even vastleggen (dan heb ik dat maar zwart op wit), als ik dit weekend weer in de kroeg sta, dan MOET ik mijn smartphone bij mij houden en foto’s&video’s maken en hup posten die shit! Dat heb ik afgelopen vrijdag en zaterdag zeker niet gedaan, uit automatisme gewoon in mijn kluis gelegd. Niet best.


Nou goed, dit was de eerste update over mijn onderzoek: “PROCON”, de voor en tegens van de digital world!

Ik ga eens kijken hoe het mijn m’n BFF is :D 


Cheers,

Mike

Millennial-Why the ‘digital native' is a myth

Millennial, presently is one of the most popular axioms in the media. As of 2015, Millennials became the largest generation in the American workforce (35%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics). There are many physiognomies that make Millennials stimulating to study — their racial assortment, their status as the most refined generation to date, their low marriage and fertility rates, just to name a few. But what is perhaps most relevant to UX professionals is this generation’s childhood experiences with technology, and how they shape its behaviors today.

Who counts as Millennial?

The answer to this question rest upon whom you ask. A Millennial is approximately defined as someone who became an adult around the year 2000. However, actually providing a precise range of birth years for this generation can be a bit complex.

Generational research is obviously disordered, but the limitations for the millennial generation tend to be particularly topsy-turvy. Older generations such as the Greatest Generation, the Silent Generation, and the Baby Boomers are defined by significant events — World War II, the Great Depression, the 1946 fertility spike. Generation X, the parents of the Millennials, began with the extensive availability of birth control in 1964. But there are no clear measures that separate Millennials from either the previous generation, Generation X, or the following generation, Generation Z.

Myths and realities

A digital native is a person who was raised in a digital, media-saturated world. The term is often used synonymously with ‘Millennial’, though not all digital natives are Millennials — for example, the members of the newest generation, Gen Z, are also digital natives. Plus, not all Millennials are digital natives — there are many members who had partial access to communications technology while growing up (for example, those raised in poverty).

The term ‘digital native’ was devised by Marc Prensky, an education advisor, in 2001. He argued that digital-native children have massively different learning requirements than what he called ‘digital immigrants,’ and that digital natives “think and process information fundamentally differently.”

Ongoing debates

Prensky’s claims were reasonably contentious, and they sparked an ongoing debate over whether being upraised with digital interfaces changes human beings’ ability to purpose and process information. Other canvassers and critics (such as Dr. Gary Small) have suggested that digital natives’ brains are actually hardwired differently, due to exposure to the new kinds of stimuli created by digital boundaries. Those claims are sometimes criticized as feeding into the moral panic and into fears that the new generations are irreparably damaged or fundamentally different.

Conclusion

Millennials are mounting into their adulthood now. They’re moving from an object of conjecture and moral panic to realism. They currently are a quarter of the American population, and about a quarter of the European Union’s. They are substantial web users, and, according to research by You brand, have an appraised purchasing power of $2.45 trillion worldwide. Many of them are preliminary families and debuting careers. These are the people that will be making purchasing decisions, forming brand loyalties, and influencing their peers.

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