Stewardship and Global Social Media
Keywords:Character, Character and, Character and . . . Social Media, Social Media, Stewardship, Facebook, Charlie Hebdo, Ethical orientation, Ethical mind, Freedom of speech, Global, Global Social Media, Responsibility, Greater Good, Common good, Ory Okolloh, Ushahidi map, Ushahidi, testimony
Social media gives local citizens global reach. How can we learn to
behave responsibly as global citizens of a new digital order? The
concept of stewardship can help us as we struggle to
discover what it means to accomplish the common good in an ever
more interconnected world.
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