Sport, crafts, DIY, intellectual or scientific topics

Nowadays, nobody says that we use computers for more and more tasks and activities

Nowadays, nobody says that we use computers for more and more tasks and activities

It is something that people love to do in their free time, which they are interested in, and sometimes even deeply delve into the subject or action. Nowadays, nobody says that we use computers for more and more tasks and activities. In total, we can help with today’s technological achievements, whether in science, entertainment or only in social relations.

Degraded „cube” means that someone is too big computer, amazing technology. But what if your work, interest, talent and hobbies are related to the machine? You are simply well trained, you feel good about it and you can have your social life, play, have fun, and everyone else.

Even a healthy lifestyle has an excessive amount (orthorexia nervosa), which is no longer related to equilibrium, but spasmodic, self-defense and mentally-minded. This means that basically everything is too expensive, even if it does not appear at the beginning. We certainly know those who put problems and perpetrators of others always before their last who put their needs and desires.

Some say it is the same as impulse control, as in other addictions

Some say it is the same as impulse control, as in other addictions

It may also seem like pro-social behavior, supportive, someone who is good and trustworthy – and these features are independent of dynamics – but in the background there are other forces that raise the issues of compulsory compliance, love and acceptance, Psychiatry and the official handbook of disorders Psychiatric (DSM-5. –

Hungarian about mental disorders of the decisive disease and Statistical Manual) are not counted disorders caused by video games (Gaming Internet Disorder) as a mental illness, but points of the agenda in the classification and implementation. Some say it is the same as impulse control, as in other addictions.

It is, in principle, an impossibility to inhibit impulses, in the scope of design and assessment of consequences, lack of reflection and is a part of increasing the tension of action before and after the action of relief, liberation, feeling of satiety. On the other hand, approaching those who declare that they feel that the game because there is no specific chemical substance, as in the case of alcohol and drugs, such as „level” increase addiction underestimate the „real” diseases.

How many people would come up with what to do with their lives now?

How many people would come up with what to do with their lives now?

It also appears that interpersonal, psychological and emotional problems appear in the background of computer game disorder. Thus, the game itself or its debit is a symbiotic consequence, not to mention that it is an attempt to treat or resolve symptoms. Finding similar interests and communities has always been important, and today it is not unusual to find this community online or by playing with someone like the companion player’s clan.

It also happens that serious friendships and love are born even if the parties have not met live, and maybe not. Addiction is associated with psychological symptoms, that is, seeking a chance, a desire to gain, the emergence of desire, but also its degree and manifestation.

There is no withdrawal or abstinence syndrome because there is no physical substance, but cessation or cessation of the desired activity may result in irritability, anxiety, tension as a psychological symptom. It’s a good question how many people would panic if there was no internet all day or week. How many people would come up with what to do with their lives now? It is also good to see the difference between the built-in technology and the part affecting life, facilitating and abnormal use of the living space

Do you know how to justify it neurologically?

We already have studies that prove that mankind does not do maneuvers so well elsewhere, or more accurately, using water technology than when using a keyboard or writing an SMS. It leaves traces in the brain. So in the last ten years the region of the young brain towards the thumb has become much larger.

Computer games develop visual perception

Computer games develop visual perception

There are more and more small, denser nets that allow them to achieve amazingly fast movements of the thumb. Young people develop their brains to optimally adapt to these requirements. The question now is whether it is important to move your thumb as quickly as possible in society in the future. Children can not answer this question yet – adults expect it. The beneficial effects of computer games.

A high school student jumped from the 26th floor because he missed a LAN event. Such messages are almost every day in our small world. After that you can rightly attack computer games, but why is nobody talking about the benefits of this? Certainly it is surprising to him because he has all the good and bad sides.

But do not waste a word, talk about facts. Computer games develop visual perception. Those who play regularly (2-3 hours a day) with computer games can significantly improve their visual skills. In this way, you can understand information from around the world.

This means that individual reports are detected faster than those that do not play or do not play too much computer games. This difference is not large in about 100 milliseconds. However, if you think about it, simply avoid an accident in real life. Visual skills are mainly developed by action-packed games (FPS), where we must, for example, react quickly to unexpected situations.

That’s why we can study for many years and still have fun

That's why we can study for many years and still have fun 

So the development is more stressed in the visual system. This causes. Often you can hear such games (Full Spectrum Warrior, American army, Operation Flashpoint), which is transformed in a direct way to army soldiers in some combat situations to practice in the virtual world and have fun while fighting each other.

In addition, the US Department of Defense has established a community of defense game programmers of the Department of Defense, which also includes future programmers for the US Army (also). In this way, they can train troops. We live in an information age. That is why good information is important. We can learn a lot from computer games.

This was particularly evident during the period of events (World War II, antiquity, the Middle Ages.) Creating games (Call of Duty, series series Codename Panzers:. Series Caesar, etc.). In the case of these games, historical loyalty is very important, so if everything is fine with the designer 🙂 in the game it will be a trace.

That’s why we can study for many years and still have fun (good times). However, not only can we talk about years, but also the style of the day, architecture, technical achievements and even more. One of my personal experiences was that I played in the first part of the Call of Duty series (I have been one of my favorite games since then).

Play is a basic human need, not just in childhood

Play is a basic human need, not just in childhood

I remember most of the years in the game, so I did not have to go to school :). This is the case, for example, in the case of the 1848 strategy game developed in Hungary. The numbers and other information from the year are very present in the game. That’s why the Ministry Okatatási bought the distribution rights (HUF 9.8 million), game development team (Hydrogame, now Hussar games) and to download free games made side www.48.sulinet.hu. Strategic games are, moreover, a kind of strategic thinking that we can use in our life „in big letters”.

One interesting thing: Sim City, Theme Park or Rollercoaster Tycoon is a popular game in some of the western commercial (Western European, American) commercial colleges and colleges. Knowing these games is compulsory for some seminars because these games can be used to learn important commercial tricks.

„THIS IS ONLY A GAME” – HOBBY OR RELIABILITY OF A VIDEO GAME?

Play is a basic human need, not just in childhood. While the child has discovery, joy, trial and development (also) embedded in learning processes, its impact on adults is not negligible. For recreation, relaxation and recreation, it is important to play whether it is a board game, sport or just video games.

The exaggeration, however, is not only an indication that the balance is overturned, but also warns of shortcomings and unsatisfactory basic needs. And if it gets out of control, forms of manifestations similar to addictions over time cause damage to many areas of life. When it comes to the hobby as entertainment, everyone thinks something pleasant.

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E-Public Relations

Public relations is the conscious organisation of communication. Public relations is a management function. The task of public relations is: To achieve mutual understanding and to establish beneficial relationships, between the organisation and its publics and environment, through two-way communication.

The most important public relations tools are:

  • Personal communication

  • Events – group communication: Different events, presentations, exhibitions, seminars, conferences, congresses etc.

  • Publications: Printed and electronically published publicity materials

  • Audio-visual public relations tool

  • Printed and electronic media

  • Others

What is ePR, electronic public relations?

ePR includes all forms of communication, where the participants communicate electronically, internal (intranet) or external (Internet).

The role of ePR:

  • Informing the public and environment

  • Positioning an organisation through understanding and the persuasion of the environment and the public

  • The co-ordination of behaviour. The co-ordination between the organisation and the public and the public and the organisation, through interactive dialogue.

We could speak about the ePR only if the above three criteria exist simultaneously. The new information and communication technologies have opened up totally new communication channels for pr practitioners on the field of public relations. The ePR is one of the most effective tools of direct communication, not only in business but also in wider society. ePR is a tool to reach and communicate with new and existing partners.

ePR takes the following forms:

WEB PR

Web PR = Interactive web site, homepage
From a public relations standpoint, the web provides an excellent opportunity to distribute information to the public speedily, efficiently and cost-effectively.

NET PR

Net PR includes chat rooms, e-mail (Net) Press Releases and the use of interactive Intranet.

The forms of interactive Net PR:

  • Net communications
  • Chat rooms
  • Forum – lists
  • E-Newsletters
  • Intranet
  • Virtual organisations, Job finder etc.
  • Net media services
  • Net press release (video-, audio- or audio-visual presentations. b-rolls, video-press release films etc.)

ON-LINE PR

The forms of the On-line PR:

  • On-line media

>> Off-line – on-line media: On-line edition of magazines,   newspapers, radio- TV stations
>> On-line – on-line media: Electronic magazines, radio – TV stations
>>
 Portal sites: Access to more than one off-line and on-line sites
>> On-line press room: Media only section of the web site or dedicated site.

  • On line conferences

>> On-line voice and/or video conferencing 
>>
 On-line database
>> On-line libraries

  • E-education (distance learning)

    >> On-line education real time
    >> On-line education on demand

ePR effects on PR practice

  • The intranet can be one of the most effective tools of Internal PR

  >> Informing employees
 >> Shareholder (Ownership) relations

  • Interactive communication interdepartmental, inter-site, global

>> The interactive web, net and on line PR is effective external tool
>> Consumer relations – product-, services-, activity PR
>> Financial relations
>> Professional relations
>> Industrial relations
>> Public Affairs – Community-, Minority Relations, Government Affairs
>> Issue Management
>> Media relations
>> Organisation Aid-, fund raising- policy, philanthropy

The ePR also effective in every day public relations work

  • Counseling
  • Planning
  • Research
  • Evaluation
  • Monitoring
  • Events organisation etc.

What is the future of public relations?

Access to information is now demanded as a right: The days of limited access and push communication are over. In every field of public the pr experts collect and send information they want to be available, simultaneously with the birth of information. The challenge for further relations’ pr practitioners is to use the new Information communication technology tools to satisfy the demand.

 

EPR – We can learn a new concept

A new concept in the field of public relations, „EPR”

or

the relationship between public relations and the Internet

In our country, after the change of regime, our economic and political leaders became fashionable. This is public relations. These two words are so popular nowadays as it was the „marketing”.

We often come across different political and economic leaders in our country who use the term „pr” but do not know what it is. At this point, we are no longer surprised at the fact that e-businees, the new concept created for e-commerce, do not recognize the possibility of „ePR” given by the Internet.

EPR - We can learn a new concept

Of course, this is true not only for our country, but in many other countries we can encounter this phenomenon. Therefore, CERP, the European Public Relations Confederation, has developed a Europe-wide recommendation setting out the relationship between public relations and the Internet, the recommended ways of using the EPR.

On December 27, 1990, thirty-five Hungarian PR experts said that there is a need for an independent organization that recognizes public relations in Hungary as an independent profession. This became the Hungarian Public Relations Association. Since then, more than ten years have passed. The PR profession has become accepted in our country. Unfortunately, however, few in our country know what this concept really means. Many believe that pr is the first two letters of propaganda. Unfortunately, many politicians, senior officials, and a number of business leaders are not aware of the content of public relations, but they always use the term. This is evidenced – just as an example – by a press statement by a former National Police Headquarters that „the police must work, not run down”. Let’s say what more people said in the press and in the political weekly, it is in fact nothing less than the survival of the former „agitation propaganda”, also known as trying to make political propaganda salon. Many and in many ways tried to sell political propaganda to „piar”.

Many consider public relations to be a panacea, just as marketing was thought to be at the time of its release. Many people are despised. Even more people are indifferent to these two words. Many people misunderstand, confuse with journalism, advertising, and propaganda, many consider it a part of marketing. But it is not.

In Hungary, the first public-subscribed PR agency, PublicPress, was created in 1989 in Hungary.

The United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, clearly stipulating that „every person has the right to freedom of opinion and expression, which includes the right not to suffer harassment because of his / her opinion, and without limitation search, transmit, and disseminate news and ideas in any way. ” With the foundation and essence of pr, the profession started in Hungary with a delay of at least half a century.

What is public relations?

According to the recently published publication of the European PR Confederation:

„Public relations is a function of management.” Public relations is a task: To achieve common understanding, to create mutually beneficial relationships between the organization and its public and its environment through bidirectional communication. „

If you want to know the simple, understandable and easy-to-understand explanation of public relations, it’s easy to understand that pr is simply the following way of thinking: „Speak to your environment (with the public and the public) about what you are doing, doing or doing, telling them your goals, informing them through decision-making, through your information, to shape your activity! „

External Public Relations – External Public Relations

As part of the public relations function, it focuses on communication and relationships with the organization’s external environment.

Part Fields:

  • Construction of Sectoral Relations – Industry Relations
  • Consumer and Customer Relationship Management – Consumer Relations
  • Issue Management
  • Media Relations Building – Media Relations
  • Building Financial Relations – Financial Relations
  • Public Affairs
  • Building Professional Relations – Professional Relations
  • Product, Activity, Service Public Relations – Product (Marketing) Public Relations

Construction of Sectoral Relations – Industry Relations

Organize communications and relationships with industry partners and competitors as part of (external) public relations function. Its task is to establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between the organizations in the given sector.
Consumer and Customer Relationship Management – Consumer Relations

As part of the (external) public relations function, you can organize communication and relationships with consumers, customers. Its task is to establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between consumers, customers and organizations of the organization’s products, activities and services.

Issue Management

Organize communication and relationships with stakeholders in a particular topic and / or time as part of (external) public relations function. Its task is to focus on the organization’s expertise so that the organization can effectively participate in shaping and solving public affairs that have a critical impact on its operations.

Media Relations Building – Media Relations

As part of (outsourced) public relations function, organize communication and contacts with the media. Its mission is to establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between organizations, publishers, editors and journalists of the organization by distributing the message of the organization through targeted media planning and reporting to the media without any remuneration to the media to promote their interests.

Media Collector Category: Part Fields:

Publishing, Editorial Relations

Journalist relations

Publishing, Editorial Relations – Editorial Relations

As part of the (public) function of public relations, it is the organization of communication and contacts with the institutions, publishers and editors of printed and electronic media, and the orientation of editorial work. Its task is to establish and maintain mutually beneficial, information-based relationships between organizations, printers and electronic media institutions, publishers and editorial staff.

Interpretation of the content of professional terms relating to the structure of public relations activity:

Definition of public relations:

Public relations is the area of ​​science that fosters reputation. Reputation – a complex concept (acceptance, recognition, appreciation) – is the result of what you are doing and what others say about you.

Public relations is a planned and long-lasting effort to build and sustain mutual understanding, goodwill and support by influencing opinions and behaviors between an organization and its environment.

Definition recommended by CERP:

Public relations is a conscious organization of communication. Public relations is a management and management activity. The aim of public relations is to achieve mutual understanding between individuals, their organizations and their environment, and to establish mutually beneficial relationships through bidirectional communication.

Internal Public Relations – Internal Public Relations

As part of the public relations function, it is a specialty in communication and relationship management with members of the organization.

Part Fields:

  • Employee – employee relations
  • Internal organizational relationships
  • Ownership – Leadership Relations
  • Leadership and employee relations
  • Leadership – advocacy relations
  • Leadership – Leadership Relations

Külső public relations – External Public Relations

Employee – Employee Relationships
As part of the (internal) public relations function, conscious organization of relationships and communication between the organization’s staff. Its task is to identify, establish and maintain relationships that are desirable for the organization, minimize the negative effects of informal communication and reveal problems arising from misunderstanding, lack of information or disparity of interest.

Internal organizational relationships
As part of the (internal) public relations function, communication and relationship management between and within the various organizational units. Its task is to identify, establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between organizations, minimizes the negative effects of informal communication and reveals problems arising from misunderstanding, lack of information or disparity.

Ownership – Leadership Relations

As part of the (internal) public relations function, communication and relationship acquisition is the dominant owner (s) of the organization. Its task is to identify, establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between the organization’s management and its owners, both in judging the performance and strategy of the organization and the proprietary expectations expressed.

Leadership and employee relations

Communicating with colleagues as part of the (internal) public relations function. Its task is to identify, establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between the organization’s leadership and its employees.

Leadership – advocacy relations

As part of the (internal) public relations function, communication and organization of relations with advocacy and interest protection bodies. Its mission is to identify, establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between the organization’s leadership and these organizations in exploring and eliminating conflicts of interest, reducing conflicts, and creating consensus.

Leadership – Leadership Relations

As part of the (internal) public relations function, conscious organization of relationships and communication between the top management of the organization and the top-ranking staff of the organizational hierarchy. Its task is to promote effective organization management and problem solving, to promote the consistency, unity and efficiency of the organization’s management and leadership.