Monthly Archives: August 2013

Media as a Business

How can the news be fair and unbiased when, in the United States, news and media organizations are owned by for-profit organizations that are motivated by profit? In 2009, the top 10 media companies combined generated $59.9 billion in gross … Continue reading

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Basic Issues in Internet Privacy

            According to Baron, privacy issues associated with the internet range from the use of personal information provided to electronic business sites, to the use of Web bugs that record who visits personal Web pages (Baron, 2010, P 418). Web … Continue reading

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Christianity and Capitalism

            There is a bias within our American culture that seems to say that business men cannot be Christian and Christians cannot be business men. In a story written for the Huffington Post, Neroulias (2013) reports that a new survey … Continue reading

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50th anniversary of the Community Mental Health Centers Act

Did you know that 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC) Act? In 1955, President Eisenhower appointed the Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health. The final report of the Joint Commission, released in 1961, … Continue reading

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