Transcript: Father Mother Grandfather Shared Knowledge - Place the knife and fork parallel with the handles in the four o'clock position on the right rim of the plate; -The tips rest in the well of the plate in the ten o'clock position; -The blade of your knife should face inward; -The fork tines may be either up or down. -This position signals to the server that you're finished. It also decreases the chance that the utensils could fall to the floor when the plates are cleared. - Jesus had 12 deciples Parents -I read better while listening to music How to read Random peeps - My graandfather, dad and I p Father Grandfather Church Parents Grandparents - Specific suits are needed for different lapel flowers Play Guitar Table Manners Christian Beliefs How to dress-up
Transcript: New Information Advice and Support Gaining the advice of experienced peers is an important benefit of networking Discussing common challenges and opportunities opens the door to valuable suggestions and guidance Offering genuine assistance to your contacts also sets a strong foundation for receiving support in return when you need it. Fresh Ideas Access To Opportunities Sharing knowledge means that there are opportunities to share ideas online with others Access to a bigger library online rather than an office or face-to-face mutual friends Your ideas could help others for whatever business they need Expanding your contacts can open doors to new opportunities for business, career advancement, personal growth, or simply new knowledge Active networking helps to keep you top of mind when opportunities such as job openings arise and increases your likelihood of receiving introductions to potentially relevant people or even a referral. Shared Knowledge Your network can be an excellent source of new perspectives and ideas to help you in your role Exchanging information on challenges, experiences and goals is a key benefit of networking because it allows you to gain new insights that you may not have otherwise thought of Offering helpful ideas to a contact is an excellent way to build your reputation as an innovative thinker Networking is a great opportunity to exchange best practice knowledge Learn about the business techniques of your peers and stay abreast of the latest industry developments Wide network of informed, interconnected contacts means broader access to new and valuable information. Benefits to Networking
Transcript: An Amateur Who Has Tried To Create A Video Game Has seen tutorial videos on how to create games Has tried uploading games to Steam. Has gone to video game design workshops Inputs what they find fun in a video game. Professional Game Designer aka David Vonderharr Has created multiple successful games Implements new and old techniques into video games. Listens to see what the community wants (sometimes) Has created many new game modes that others now use Designs new upcoming video games with a whole team. Video Game Design by Brandon Najera Shared Knowledge A Kid Who Just Plays Video Games Knows that people make video games Video games must be fun to be successful They think that they can make a fun video game. First Person Shooters and Mario is the way to go. University Student Studying Game Design Has created games for their class. Has studied to see what society likes to see in games Studied the history of video games Has played multiple video games to see common traits. Has studied how graphics play a part in games Multiple studies on different typoes of games: RPGs, First Person Shooters, Fighting Games, etc.
Transcript: Ways of knowing: emotions and imagination Can shared knowledge transcend culture? What is the difference between purely understanding the influence of the new knowledge and attributing certainty to it? “If you give a meaning to certain things in my paintings it may be very true, but it is not my idea to give this meaning. What ideas and conclusions you have got I obtained too, but instinctively, unconsciously. I make the painting for the painting. I paint the objects for what they are.” Picasso Culture Subsidiary knowledge questions Counter-argument Can certainty be independent from our cultural expectations? THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! Universal symbol a picture of human tragedy Shared knowledge is not bound exclusively to cultural norms and beliefs but can be universally accepted and followed. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4056172/ https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/ecg-test Knowledge question Shared knowledge within cultural frameworks A tapestry copy of the painting placed in the United Nations building in New York Reason References sense perception Second example Guernica, Pablo Picasso Ways of knowing Establishing a link between shared knowledge and culture Shared knowledge generalisations Area of knowledge: Art Wiggers diagram westerners Conclusions (implications of analysis) https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-guernica-picassos-influential-painting https://www.ft.com/video/a2020f25-9c58-3ab0-9389-a029738ae4c9 asians Knowledge claim Yes, shared knowledge can transcend culture ECG Real life example cultural differences Bombing of Guernica Spain, 26 April 1937
Transcript: The News Media Biases We live in a world in which we must trust experts to justify many of our knowledge claims. For instance, most laypeople simply do not have the means to directly prove that the sun is 93 million miles from the earth. Instead, we must rely on experts. Unfortunately, experts are human and make mistakes. So, how can we trust them and what can we do to protect ourselves from inexpert experts? It is dangerous to fall into authority worship--uncritically accepting something as true because an authority or expert says it is. Because authorities are not the original source of knowledge nothing should be accepted as true just because someone else says so. Instead, be sure to validate "expert" claims with evidence and argument. Groupthink is a form of peer pressure in which people of a particular group are expected to think the same way. It is widespread in politics and business where leaders expect their subordinates to "fall in line" with their own viewpoints. However, groupthink occurs in many other social groups--even among scholars and scientists. Have you ever experienced groupthink? $1.25 Monday, February 19, 2020 First, we need to know that experts are notoriously bad at predicting future events (especially in the human sciences!). We should carefully track records of experts who have not had a history of accuracy and be somewhat skeptical of all claims made about future outcomes. Secondly, we have to consider the experts "range of competence." Far too often we trust experts in one field to provide valuable information about knowledge in another. Be careful who you put your faith in. Ask yourself "is there any reason that this person should have a privileged insight into this topic?" Most importantly, we need to consider these five aspects: credentials, evidence, corroboration (that their claims are supported by other experts), track record (that they have a history of honesty and reliability), neutrality (that they do not have bias such as strong religious or political affiliations or a connection to big business). AUTHORITY WORSHIP Pieces of the picture are simply not enough The pitfalls of peer pressure Questioning authority is key SHARED KNOWLEDGE NEWS Vol XCIII, No. 311 Unquestioned Assumptions Abound! Fragmentation Sharing knowledge is not about giving people something, or getting something from them. That is only valid for information sharing. Sharing knowledge occurs when people are genuinely interested in helping one another develop new capacities for action; it is about creating learning processes. Peter Senge Power Distortion Shaping our world Power distortion occurs when a government, corporation, or other powerful and influential organization manipulates or distorts knowledge for their own gain. Power can easily influence the content of knowledge, the direction of research, and people's exposure to knowledge (via censorship and media control). We need to be aware of who controls the messages that we consume each day. And, more importantly, what their agenda or vested interest (an ulterior motive for making a claim) in that knowledge actually is. Can you provide examples of how an organization many influence and/or distort people's beliefs or access to knowledge? News media plays a key role in shaping our picture of the world. In some countries, however, news outlets are controlled by governments and in others, "media moguls"--who are in the business of making money-- have a disproportionate influence on public opinion. Given this, it is hardly surprising that many people treat the news with suspicion and question its objectivity. There are two main types of media bias: agenda setting (the selection of stories) and framing (their treatment). Sensationalism bias is the media's tendency to focus on the most dramatic stories rather than choose the most important ones. Why do we cover the story of one child being rescued from a fire when 1.2 million people die of malaria each year? Bad news bias is the media's habit of focusing on bad news rather than good news. This gives people an unfairly pessimist view of the state of the plant and humankind. It also fosters a climate of fear and mistrust. National bias is the manner in which the news covers stories through the lens of their own national interests. This gives a disproportionate amount of coverage to the most powerful and most developed countries--especially Western nations--and diminishes the stories that come from smaller or poorer nations. Framing is concerned with the presentation of a story and the manipulation of visuals and words to impact the audience. The way the media choose to contextualize the story will strongly influence the way the audience sees the story. Though we referred to "the War in Iraq" the Arab journalists referred to it as the "War ON Iraq." The Internet When the experts fail Groupthink Filter bubbles are the situation in which we exist in our own little "bubble" by surrounding ourselves with
Transcript: She has gotten her first cellphone. She is ready to hit the virtual world. She creates an Instagram, as she is scrolling through her explore page she begins to follow a ton of photography accounts. She instantly falls in love. She doesn't know the fundamentals of photography nor does she own a camera. She only knows what she sees in Instagram. Contributor Person 1 shared knowledge what we know. Anahi Olivo Period 8 She is now about to graduate college with a Visual Arts Degree. She has taken part in many art galleries. She has taken part in many magazine internships but she has yet to use her degree and make something out of it. She must use her experience and passion to guide other aspiring photographers. College Student Person 3 She gets her first camera. She begins to take pictures everywhere she goes. She is now well informed by her experiences the amount of thought that is needed to create such thoughtful photographs. She is channeling her own emotions in a photograph. She has also learned some neat stuff by taking a free photography course at her local community college. Beginner A young girl at the peak of her interest. Person 2 Person 4 She has now graduated college and has her own business in which she photographs aspiring models. She has a side job, she takes wedding photos and what not. By now she has over 69.1k followers on Instagram and is using her internet fame to influence other young artists.
Transcript: Shared Knowledge Person #3 -Plays in his own Basketball club -Keeps up with his team's stats and individual stats -Plays in the NBA Basketball Player -Watches youtube tutorials on how to get better -Is critiqued by multiple sports anchored -Will play occasionally with friends but does not necessarily enjoy it Person #4 -Posts youtube tutorials for Basketball Person #1 By: Andy Lam -Played high school ball -Has a favorite team that he goes for that is in his hometown -Hangs out with other NBA players to practice -Watches NBA games on television with friends -Plays pickup games at the park every weekend -Does not engage in any conversation about anything Basketball -Hosts Basketball camps for young kids -Goes to many NBA games Person #2 -Does not go to watch any Basketball related games -Not really interested in Basketball Personal Knowledge -Wildly enthusiastic about Basketball -Has posters of great NBA players all over his room
Transcript: How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? History KnowledgeClaim The knowledge obtained varies between individuals due to personal points of view and cultural perspectives Human Science Human Science ? - Shared knowledge not being a determinant factor on shaping personal knowledge - Shared knowledge is not always accurate Real Life Situation What is happening in Venezuela by: Laura Ardila and Mariah Yau What is the government´s reaction? Possible flaws Media Knowledge Claim: How did it begin? Shared knowledge does affect the way in which we obtain and interpret knowledge What do they want? Shared Knowledge and its effect on our Minds Sense Perception Emotion Perspectives Thoughts and Questions How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? AOKS Conclusion Media does not have a huge impact because people nowadays know that not all media is completely true. How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? Wraping History up: Media plays a big role on how we perceive information through sense perception. Counter-Claim Personal Knowledge ? Knowledge that is distributed to people through sources that showcase information such as media and documentations. Sources: KQ How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? ? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-26335287 http://www.trbimg.com/img-5313a25a/turbine/la-fg-wn-venezuela-protest-marches-caracas-201-001/2048/2048x1361 http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2014/2/17/1392657175373/A-student-takes-part-in-a-011.jpg http://www.nationalturk.com/en/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Venezuela-Protests-13.jpg http://cdn-113a.kxcdn.com/sites/default/files/story/images/RTR3GD1G.jpg http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/275361.php https://www.scanyours.com/8-social-media-functionalities-for-knowledge-sharing/ https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/120/debt-controls-you.html https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/119/seeds-knowledge.html http://filer.livinginperu.com/travel/disney-peru.jpg http://adsoftheworld.com/sites/default/files/peru_5.jpg http://images.elephantjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/celebrities-before-and-after-photoshop-17.jpg http://abcnews.go.com/images/Entertainment/gty_brad_pitt_cannes_paid_interview_thg_120522_main.jpg https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/1398090_708111419201287_1730648449_o.jpg LINKING HISTORY (MARIAH) ? Knowledge Question Does Media make a difference? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? LINKING HUMAN SCIENCE MARIAH Linking back to the RLS Advertisements Two different perspectives lead to the same impact Memory Emotion Will the protests actually make a difference? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? THANK YOU! WOKS How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? One perspective leads to two different impacts Who started the protest? ? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? How does the way in which shared knowledge is obtained, impact personal knowledge? Shared Knowledge: It is the received information in our minds from sources such as documentations, media, and even experiences.
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