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Assignment 2 Film240 Renee Rosario

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This is an assignment for my Film 240 class on how social media helps animals

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Assignment 2 Film240 Renee Rosario

  1. 1. SocialMedia AnAnimal'sBestFriend Image via flickr - Catsy Pline ByRenéeRosario
  2. 2. Socialmediahasthe powertoquicklyand efficientlyconnectthe world Image via flickr - Jason Howie
  3. 3. Asimplelikeorshareofacute animalvideomightseemlikea smallpartofsomeone’sday. However,peoplehavesavedthelivesofthousandsofcreatures allovertheworld,usingthepowerofsocialmedia Image via flickr - user eltpics
  4. 4. Formostpeople,socialmedia siteslikeFacebook,Twitter andInstagramhavebecomean everydaypartoflife Image via flickr - Nicholas Nova
  5. 5. "I'lllookaroundandeveryoneisdoingsomething differentontheirdevice,"—AndreaTomkins,inThe Globe&Mail Source Zosia Bielski, A Break From Technology Image via unsplash - Marc Andre Julien
  6. 6. Image via pixabay - user Pexels "Usingsocialmedia likeFacebookand Twitterhasbecomepart andparcelofmodern adolescence" Source Common Sense Media Social Media, Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives
  7. 7. Weexpressour individualism throughsharing, engagementand conversationon socialmedia Image via flickr - R4vi
  8. 8. Image via Wikimedia - Nathan Keirn "ultimatelywhat’ssuccessfulare campaignsthatspeaktous,thatshare thingswecareaboutthatsucceed." Source Sarah Bradley The True Power Of Social Media Share
  9. 9. Thehumanbrainreactsto animalsuniquelycomparedto thewayitreactstoother humans,objectsorplaces Image via pixabay - user Pexels
  10. 10. Combiningthiswiththeamountof timepeoplespendonsocialmedia… Everyvideoaboutanyanimalisasuccess Image via flickr - Michail Kirkov Add a
  11. 11. Image via Pixabay - user Inkuuz Thedirecteffectsmodeltellsus howmediaispowerfuland audiencesareweak Thisisnosurprisethough Source Video "film240 module 01 lecture 02 part 02" from Sidneyeve Matrix via Vimeo
  12. 12. Image via flickr - John Tornow Thisisn’tnecessarilyabadthing Onesharecangaintheattentionofmillions
  13. 13. Wehaveturnedourattentionstoan "onlineworldofintimatestrangers"– CatherineSteiner-Adair,Harvard MedicalSchoolclinicalpsychologist Image via flickr - Jacob BõtterSource Zosia Bielski "A Break From Technology"
  14. 14. Image via Max Pixel Therightpicturewith therightcaptioncan easilypullinalarge audienceofwilling adopters
  15. 15. "Socialmediahelpsto spreadthewordofanimals needinghomes,youseeadog youlike,youtagafriend, theyencourageyoutocome visitandbeforeyouknow itwe'rewavinggoodbyeto anotherhappyadopter,"- ClaireGarthoftheSydney DogsandCatsHome Image via pixabay - user unsplash Source Ariel Bogle "How Social Media Helps Bring Shelter Animals Out Of The Shadows"
  16. 16. Socialmediahastheabilityto connecthomelessanimalswith ownersfromacrossthecountry Image via Max Pixel
  17. 17. "ByusingFacebook,organizationscanputuppicturesof theanimalsinneedofahomewithcompletely personalizedprofilesofeachanimal’spersonalityand story.Whenthesepostsarelikedandshared,theyreach anevenwideraudience.Allthiscanbedoneinminutes," Image via flickr - Stig Nygaard Source Social Media and Digital Business "Social Media Increasing Pet Adoption Rates".
  18. 18. Image via flickr - user Goneys Personalizedanimal profilescreateachoice abundanceforprospective petownerswhichincreases socialmediademand Source Video "FILM 240 Lecture 01 Media Convergence 2017" from Sidneyeve Matrix via Vimeo
  19. 19. Oneofthegreat aspectsofsocial mediaisitsability tocreateandeducate Image via flickr - Natalie Shuttleworth
  20. 20. PeoplefortheEthicalTreatmentofAnimals(Peta)usesshockadvertising,such asshortmessagesandgraphicimagesofabusedanimalsonsocialmediainorder to educate and capture theattentionofthousandsofpeoplearoundtheworld Image via flickr - Laura LaRose
  21. 21. "PETAhasastrongandloyalanimal-activistaudience consistingovermorethan2million+followersonFacebook alone.Anapproximate10-20,000+shares,20,000+likesand thousandsofcommentsabouttheseissuesoccurwithineach graphicimagePETAposts." Image via flickr - Ibai LemonSource Mike J. Lemon "Can Social Media Save Animals?".
  22. 22. PETAspreadconstant awarenessofthewhaleabuse takingplaceinSeaworld "There’snobetterwaytokickoff #OrcaWeekthanbyreminding SeaWorldthatyouwillNEVERgiveit yourmoneyuntilitstopsexploiting animals!Tweet“I’drather[blank] thangoto@SeaWorld.#OrcaWeek #SeaWorldSucks@peta2.”" Image via flickr - Adam Source Danielli Marzouca "I'd Rather Eat Kitty Litter Than Go To Seaworld!"
  23. 23. Image via flickr - Christopher Michel Videosandpicturesof theabusehavebeen sharedthousandsof timesandin2016 Seaworldendedit’s orcabreedingprogram partlyduetothe backlashreceivedon socialmedia
  24. 24. Whenusedproperly,socialmediahastheabilitytosave thelivesofthousandsofcreaturesworldwide Image via Max Pixel
  25. 25. SOURCES 1. Bielski,Zosia."ABreakFromTechnology".http://go.galegroup.com/.N.p.,2013.Web. 5. Bogle,Ariel."HowSocialMediaHelpsBringShelterAnimalsOutOfTheShadows".Mashable.N.p.,2016.Web. 2. SocialMedia,SocialLife:HowTeensViewTheirDigitalLives.1sted.CommonSenseMedia,2012.Print. 3. Bradley,Sarah."TheTruePowerOfSocialMediaShare".StateOfDigital.N.p.,2013.Web. 4. Film240Module01Lecture02Part02.Vimeo:SidneyeveMatrix,2017.video. 6. "SocialMediaIncreasingPetAdoptionRates".ISYS6621:SocialMediaandDigitalBusiness.N.p.,2015.Web. 7. Film240Lecture01MediaConvergence2017.Vimeo:SidneyeveMatrix,2017.video. 8. Lemon,MikeJ."CanSocialMediaSaveAnimals".ModernBuyerBehaviour.N.p.,2014.Web. 9. Marzouca,Danielli."I'dRatherEatKittyLitterThanGoToSeaworld!".Peta2.com.N.p.,2015.Web. Inorderofhowtheyappear

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