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Social neworking

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The ethical perpective of social networking

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  • 1. SOCIAL NETWORKING ANAS AL-JEFRY
  • 2.  I am not a Lawyer.
  • 3.  I am not a Lawyer. I am not a PSYCHOLOGIST.
  • 4.  I am not a Lawyer. I am not a PSYCHOLOGIST. I don’t give any medical advice or legal advice.
  • 5. Don’t Listen To Me 
  • 6. Outline
  • 7. Outline Introduction. Explanation Of The Idea. Ethical Perspective Case Studies Conclusion
  • 8. Introduction
  • 9. Introduction Definition
  • 10. Introduction Definition People relations are complicated.
  • 11. Explanation Of The Idea
  • 12. Explanation Of The Idea The idea behind social networking.
  • 13. Explanation Of The Idea The idea behind social networking. Examples:
  • 14. Ethics Perspectives
  • 15. Ethics Perspectives Relativism Utilitarianism De-OntologicalNo universal norms of Applied in most Focus upon adherenceright and wrong Business to independent moral rules or duties
  • 16. Case Study #1
  • 17. Case Study #1 English man killed his wife over ‘single’ Facebook status
  • 18. Case Study #2
  • 19. Case Study #2 The Revolution In Egypt
  • 20. Test: Raise Your Hand
  • 21. Conclusion
  • 22. Conclusion Social Media changed the world.
  • 23. Conclusion Social Media changed the world. Social Media is going to stay even though it has some disadvantages.
  • 24. Conclusion Social Media changed the world. Social Media is going to stay even though it has some disadvantages. Social Media will be more involved in our lives especially after people have access to the cloud computing.
  • 25. Do You Have Any Question?

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