The Social Rresponsibility of Facebook with the Community
Late December 2016 after the US presidential election, Facebook faced the severe criticism from the media and public opinion for being exploited as a means by political actors. Several following investigations induced the founder and CEO of this biggest social network to face the Congress hearing. Ever since, this social network has adapted several changes to show their responsibility to the communities not only in the US but also in the world. This transformation has presented some lessons for international media.
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- Reality of Accessing 10 Rules of Moral Conduct among Media Students and Recommendations
- A Discussion on the Experiences of Teaching Vietnamese Language to Foreign Students at the Academy of Journalism and Communication
- 1 Renewing the mindset of proactive and comprehensive international integration in Vietnam
- 2 Digital Transformation in Education and Training of Human Resources in Journalism and Communication
- 3 Applying the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics’ Philosophy of Training and Fostering to the Development of Training and Fostering Programs in New Context
- 4 Some new points on Party building in the documents of the 13th Party Congress and recommendations
Abstract: The demand for journalism - communication in general and its content production in particular is growing rapidly and continues to develop in the digital era. Both public and private organizations need to interact and engage with different groups of customers and partners via digital platforms and social media. Currently, organizations and businesses are in “hunger” for communication and content-creating employees. This demand is forecasted to skyrocket in the coming years. For journalism - communication training institutions, this presents both opportunities and obstacles. Digital transformation in journalism - communication training is not limited in digitization and technology application, but also involves urging training institutions to reassess their performance as well as training products provided to the market and the society in general.