The Heat: Social media and society

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Information and access: These are two of the benefits of the rise of social media.

Information is just an internet search away and access to the internet and social media is available in even the most remote parts of the world.

CCTV America’s The Heat took a look at the benefits and pitfalls of a society driven, in part, by social media.

CCTV America’s Jim Spellman reports.

The Heat: Social media and society pt1

The Heat: Social media and society pt1

Information and access: These are two of the benefits of the rise of social media. Information is just an internet search away and access to the internet and social media is available in even the most remote parts of the world. CCTV America's The Heat took a look at the benefits and pitfalls of a society driven, in part, by social media. CCTV America’s Jim Spellman reports.

The Heat: Social media and society pt2

The Heat: Social media and society pt2

Information and access: These are two of the benefits of the rise of social media.Information is just an internet search away and access to the internet and social media is available in even the most remote parts of the world. CCTV America's The Heat took a look at the benefits and pitfalls of a society driven, in part, by social media. The Heat was joined by the following guests: From London, Daniel Miller is a principal investigator on the Global Social Media Impact Study out of University College London. From California, Pamela Rutledge is Director of the Media Psychology Research Center located in Newport Beach, California.

The Heat: Social media and society pt3

The Heat: Social media and society pt3

Information and access: These are two of the benefits of the rise of social media.Information is just an internet search away and access to the internet and social media is available in even the most remote parts of the world. CCTV America's The Heat took a look at the benefits and pitfalls of a society driven, in part, by social media. The Heat was joined by the following guests: From Los Angeles is Mimi Ito, a cultural anthropologist who is part of the Connected Learning Alliance. From New York, Jill Emanuele is a clinical psychologist with the Child Mind Institute.

The Heat was joined by the following guests: