WILL SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES REPLACE GOVERNMENT WEBSITES?
Recently, on a national talk show a top military official shared that his organization used Facebook to communicate updates to the public. I don’t find it odd that governments are using Facebook instead of their own websites to transmit data. The question is: Will governments begin communicating with the public through Facebook instead of their own websites? Read more.
COMBATTING SUBURBANIZATION: GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT PROGRAM
Alachua County, FL., has grappled with the negative impacts of suburbanization. Learn how it is combatting to improve water quality and protect the environment. Read more.
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THE RECESSION HURT OUR FEELINGS - While the consequences of the recession of 2007-2009 on world economies have been well-studied, less understood are social- psychological impacts and how the world has realigned. Read more.
AMERICAN IN WAITING: THE DISCONNECT - At some point in your life, you may have been asked–What does it mean to be an American? How did you answer? Read what our blogger says.
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