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Values and National Cultures (Brazil)

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According the definition of Geert Hofstede on “Organizational Behavior”-  a Power Distance Culture is the willingness of a culture to accept status and power differences among its members. Clearly I can say that… Continue reading

This is me!!

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I’m Andreza Andrade from Brazil, I’m a journalist with focus in environment causes and Indigenous rights issues. For several years, I have been working in a Socio Environment Organization as a communication advisor.… Continue reading

Hi! I’m Amy Villarreal

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I’ve learned from my time at ASU that I have a genuine passion for writing, problem solving and learning. When I graduate in May 2013 from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and… Continue reading

Annie Carson

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My name is Annie Carson and I am studying Journalism and Mass Communication (specifically Public Relations) and am set to graduate with both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in May 2013. I am… Continue reading

Wikileaks: A world with no secrets

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WikiLeaks is a non-profit organization based in London, England, which main goal is to provide an “innovative, secure and anonymous way for sources to leak information.” Using its website as platform and financing… Continue reading

My light shall also be your light!

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I write in a small shadowed corner in order to bear light into the world, though the light is not my own. My darkness is no darkness to you and nothing you should… Continue reading

Images of the majestic rivers of Amazonia

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I would like to share some wonderful images of some of the thousands rivers that the Amazonia Region in Brazil has. The work is from the great photographer Magi Moss, when she join… Continue reading

“Queremos”, a very cool idea!!

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Inspired by the reading from my class of Digital Media Entrepreneurship about crowdsource and crowdfounding, I founded the “Queremos” a great crowdfounding initiate in Brazil, more preciously in Rio de Janeiro City. Queremos… Continue reading

The Green Apple of Steve Jobs

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This week a sad news hit the whole world with the Steve Jobs’s death. During his life he had to live with many criticisms, saying that as millionaire, he had never support philanthropic… Continue reading

Portuguese is the 2nd language most used on Twitter

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A research made by Text Wise Semantic Signatures showed that, after English, the Portuguese is the 2nd most used language on twitter. This fact is related to the popularity of Twitter among brazilians.… Continue reading

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