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  1. page Internet Interventions edited ... There has been the prevalence of foul language on the internet. Pornographic sites have been c…
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    There has been the prevalence of foul language on the internet. Pornographic sites have been created and can be accessed through the internet. In a similar case, the topics of conversations in social sites are of adult content yet there are registered users who are still children (Lessig, 2006). Children sometimes lie about their ages in order to gain access to the sites. This has resulted in moral decay of the young generation and internet intervention ensures that children are forbidden to access such sites. This may involve the efforts of parents at home or even teachers in school. The government may also introduce a ban on pornographic in order to discontinue their operations.
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    of information.
    The link above belongs to a YouTube video showing the effects of internet on a young man who spends almost all his time on social sites. He is visited by a group of people from different social sites, and they are willing to offer internet intervention. They put on demonstrations to show him the effects of watching the harmful information. The young man appears disturbed by the demonstrations and he is advised to check on how he uses the internet. the demonstration demonstrates how internet interventions prevents one from accessing sexual content and falling prey to internet cons.
    
    
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    and Marketing Communications,Communications, 4th Edition.
    Lessig, L. (2006). Code. Chicago: Lawrence Lessig.
    Wimmer, M. (2006). Electronic government: 5th international conference. New York: Springer.
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    International Conference, PERSUASIVEPERSUASIVE 2010, Copenhagen,
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    New York: Springer.Springer.
    

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    processing of information at very high speeds commonly referred to letas superhighway speed. However, the addict knows that they have a problem and they needarises whereby too much access to enter treatment frominformation result in individuals mostly children accessing inappropriate information. They may access adult content that is not meant for their consumption. The use of computer has enabled the beginuse of internet at great levels where individuals access and at the interventions maysame time provide personal information. For instance, the use of social network sites requires the provision of personal information in order to use their services. However, the personal information can be leadaccessed by interventionist.
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    a third party who can use it to manipulate the Internet addictive for some people?
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    The Internet addicts
    use. This has resulted in general abilityvarious governments to configureenact laws that protect information and inhibit the emotional attachment withexposure of adult content to minors.
    Benefits
    Internet intervention enables
    the Friendsestablishment of professional ethics such as in the Internet and their activities within the computer screens, enjoy these online services that allow themmarketing profession. According to interview peopleClow and Baack (2006), the formation of social relations and exchange viewsmarketing profession has long been associated with new people, the availabilitypromotion of those communities regarded (Virtual communities)unsafe products such as alcohol, cigarettes and a means of escape from reality To searchother harmful products. Various marketing firms have been running advertising campaigns for products that are even stronger than beer and alcohol. This has encouraged alcohol consumption and the creation of a waystrong brand loyalty consisting mainly of minors. This resulted in most of the governments across the world to achieve psychological and emotional needs not fulfilledcome up with an age limit of eighteen years in reality.alcohol consumption. The usermarketing profession has developed a code of such services is estimatedethics that hinder the store name, age, occupation, formpublication of adult content and reactions duringharmful information among the usechildren (Wimmer, 2006).
    Internet intervention will also enable protection
    of personal information. The emergence of social sites such services,Facebook and thus take advantageTwitter has attracted the attention of some Internetmany users - especially those who feel their loneliness and insecurity in their realism - that feature to express accurately their secrets and personal desiresacross the globe. Social sites are buried and feelings, suppressed, leadingused to harborconnect friends around the illusion of intimacyworld and intimacy .. But when a person collides limitedthey also enable the extent of dependence on society does not have a face-to-attain loveuser to interact with them at any given time and attentionplace. The sites require that not only realizedregistered users provide personal information in real life, being addictedorder to validate their use of such sites. However, such sites do not adequately protect the Internetpersonal information provided by users making them vulnerable to the disappointmentinternet cons (Ploug & Hasle, 2010). Internet intervention will enable such social sites and pain real.
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    - Ways
    other sites to treatment for addictionenhance the Internet by Interventions:
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    security of time: By asking the patient to think of activities that were carried outuser by his addictionprotecting personal information. This will ensure that users’ information is not exposed to the Internet; to know why patient lost addiction such as: sports, spending time with family and friends, social visits, and sowrong hands.
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    on .. Ask the patientinternet. Pornographic sites have been created and can be accessed through the internet. In a similar case, the topics of conversations in social sites are of adult content yet there are registered users who are still children (Lessig, 2006). Children sometimes lie about their ages in order to come backgain access to the exercisesites. This has resulted in moral decay of the young generation and internet intervention ensures that children are forbidden to access such activities is perhaps remembersites. This may involve the tasteefforts of real life.
    Family therapy:Sometimes you need
    parents at home or even teachers in school. The government may also introduce a ban on pornographic in order to discontinue their operations.
    Disadvantages
    Internet intervention has also its disadvantages including
    the whole familyloss in the freedom to receive treatment becauseaccess information and less development of family problems caused by family addiction to the Internet so that helpsinternet. Government internet intervention efforts result in the doctor to restorecountry not having a developed internet. This in turn inhibits the family discussion and dialogue-among themgrowth and be convinceddevelopment of how importante-commerce which reduces the family inhelpingchances of the patient;economy to give up his addiction.
    Determine
    develop (Clow & Baack, 2006). According to marketing researchers, the timeinternet plays a significant role in ensuring the growth of use: Patient is asked to reduce the hourseconomy because it promotes trade and business. Internet intervention also results in the organization using it, soloss of freedom to access information. The internet is better utilized if - for example - Ifthere is free flow of information. The free flow of information enhances democratic activities, blogging and e-government (Ploug & Hasle, 2010). The government can also use the patient spend on internet for 40 hours a week ask him/her to reduce it to 20 hours per week,get feedback from the electorate concerning its operations and policies. Intervention will inhibit the organization of those hours are distributed onabove benefits and creates a society lacking the dayfree flow of information.
    The link above belongs to a YouTube video showing
    the week at specific hourseffects of the day so as notinternet on a young man who spends almost all his time on social sites. He is visited by a group of people from different social sites, and they are willing to exceedoffer internet intervention. They put on demonstrations to show him the specified table.
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    effects of enteringwatching the Internet so that intends to accessharmful information. The young man appears disturbed by the Internet one hour before goingdemonstrations and he is advised to work. In other hand to not integrate incheck on how he uses the internet. the demonstration demonstrates how internet interventions prevents one from accessing sexual content and forgot the time of goingfalling prey to work.
    Reference
    http://addictions.about.com/od/addictiontreatment/g/Intervention-Definition-What-Is-An-Intervention.htm
    http://www.healthyplace.com/addictions/center-for-internet-addiction-recovery/treatment-of-internet-addiction/menu-id-1105/
    http://psychcentral.com/netaddiction/
    internet cons.
    
    
    References
    Clow, K & Baack, D. (2006). Integrated Advertising, Promotion, and Marketing Communications, 4th Edition. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall.
    Lessig, L. (2006). Code. Chicago: Lawrence Lessig.
    Wimmer, M. (2006). Electronic government: 5th international conference. New York: Springer.
    Ploug, T & Hasle, P. (2010). Persuasive Technology: 5th International Conference, PERSUASIVE 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 7-10, 2010, Proceedings. New York: Springer.

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Wednesday, March 30

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Tuesday, March 29

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    these risks. For example: BP's track record of corporate social responsibility has been mixed. The company has been involved in a number of major environmental and safety incidents and recrieved criticism for its political influence.
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    There are other benefits too:
    CSR helps ensure you comply with regulatory requirements.
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Monday, March 28

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    Impression Management is a tool used for damage control to help preseve one self image. Impression management along with they this three additional techniques Internet intervention, Crisis management programs and Apology strategy make up the Reactive Damage Control Strategies.
    What is Impression Management?
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    Management is the tendencya process people use to protect one’s self image. It is alsocontrol the consciousperceptions or unconscious attemptimpressions about themselves, a bit like personal branding. Individuals may believe they are being judged or perceived based on their outward appearance, personality or other subjective opinions by other people. Impression management attempts to control images that are projected in realthese perceptions from other people through the development of self presentation methods and techniques used to control outward perceptions or impressions. Common self presentation methods include authentic, ideal or imagined social interactions.tactical styles of impression management.
    What is the goal of Impression Management?
    The Goal of Impression Management is for the person to project themselves in a manner to maximize access to and visibility of positive characteristics while minimizing any negative elements.
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    for damage control,control to help preseve one self image. Impression management along with they arethis three additional techniques;techniques Internet intervention,
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    and Apology strategy.strategy make up the Reactive Damage Control Strategies.
    What is Impression Management?
    Impression Management is the tendency to protect one’s self image. It is also the conscious or unconscious attempt to control images that are projected in real or imagined social interactions.
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    Re-allocation of time: By asking the patient to think of activities that were carried out by his addiction to the Internet; to know why patient lost addiction such as: sports, spending time with family and friends, social visits, and so on .. Ask the patient to come back to the exercise of such activities is perhaps remember the taste of real life.
    Family therapy:Sometimes you need the whole family to receive treatment because of family problems caused by family addiction to the Internet so that helps the doctor to restore the family discussion and dialogue-among them and be convinced of how important the family inhelping the patient; to give up his addiction.
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    patient spend theon internet for
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    to reduce it to 20
    Find contraindications for Foreign Affairs: Ask the patient set an alarm before the beginning of entering the Internet so that intends to access the Internet one hour before going to work. In other hand to not integrate in the internet and forgot the time of going to work.
    Reference
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