Native Artists: Livelihoods, Resources, Space, Gifts

Native Artists: Livelihoods, Resources, Space, Gifts

Examines the experiences of Ojibwe artists in Minnesota, including access to training, funding, space, paying markets, and institutional support; discrimination and isolation; and relationships with communities. Profiles artists and makes recommendations.

Publisher: Marcie Rendon and Ann Markusen

Book visits: 5631

Book Downloads: 534

Teens, Social Media, and Privacy

Teens, Social Media, and Privacy

Teens share a wide range of information about themselves on social media sites; indeed the sites themselves are designed to encourage the sharing of information and the expansion of networks. However, few teens embrace a fully public approach to social media. Instead, they take an array of steps to restrict and prune their profiles, and […]

Publisher: Pew Internet & American Life Project

Book visits: 5463

Book Downloads: 533

Why Americans Use Social Media

Why Americans Use Social Media

Presents survey findings about motivations for social media use such as staying in touch with family and friends, contacting old friends, and connecting with others who share hobbies or interests, by age, gender, parental status, and other demographics.

Publisher: Pew Internet & American Life Project

Book visits: 5683

Book Downloads: 506

Community Philanthropy and Social Media

Community Philanthropy and Social Media

Summarizes trends in technological adoption by community foundations since 2005 and the role online marketplaces, social networks, wikis, and other resources play in community philanthropy. Discusses emerging developments and their implications.

Publisher: Blueprint Research & Design, Inc.

Book visits: 4256

Book Downloads: 597

Social Media & Mobile Internet Use Among Teens and Young Adults

Social Media & Mobile Internet Use Among Teens and Young Adults

Presents findings on 2000-09 trends in the use of social Media  and social networking sites, features, and applications such as Twitter; method of Internet access; frequency of use; and online purchases and other activities by age group, race/ethnicity, and gender.

Publisher: Pew Internet & American Life Project

Book visits: 3909

Book Downloads: 415

Social Media Enters the Mainstream: Report on the Use of Social Media in Advancement

Social Media Enters the Mainstream: Report on the Use of Social Media in Advancement

Social media use is becoming increasingly engrained in the work of alumni relations, communications, fundraising and marketing professionals at educational institutions, according to results cited in a new white paper. This white paper reports on findings from the fifth survey of social media in advancement, conducted earlier this year by Huron Education and mStoner in […]

Publisher: Jennifer Mack and Michael Stoner

Book visits: 4803

Book Downloads: 328

Older Adults and Social Media

Older Adults and Social Media

Presents survey findings on the growing use of social media and networking sites among Americans age 50 and older, as well as their other online activities, and considers possible factors behind the trend. Compares trends by age group and broadband access.

Publisher: Pew Internet & American Life Project

Book visits: 4173

Book Downloads: 383

Mapping Digital Media: Social Media and News

Mapping Digital Media: Social Media and News

Explores legal issues around social media use in the news industry and implications for pluralism, accountability, editorial independence, freedom of expression, freedom of information, and public interest and service.

Publisher: OPEN SOCIETY MEDIA PROGRAM

Book visits: 3396

Book Downloads: 360

Teens and Social Media

Teens and Social Media

Teens and Social Media Content creation by teenagers continues to grow, with 64% of online teenagers ages 12 to 17 engaging in at least

Publisher: Pew Internet & American Life Project

Book visits: 2142

Book Downloads: 356

Philanthropy and Social Media

Philanthropy and Social Media

Philanthropy and Social Media We define social media as online or digital technologies that serve to connect people information and organizations through networks. by highlighting that these new tools -were “socialized” and allowed the audiences to contribute to their content. Social media have therefore become defined in relation  to these existing media channels but in fact […]

Publisher: INSTITUTE FOR PHILANTHROPY

Book visits: 2207

Book Downloads: 552