By Luis Rojas Marcos
Testigo privilegiado de una tragedia que siguió paso a paso, Luis Rojas Marcos eleva los angeles mirada para contar lo que vio y analizar las repercusiones de un atentado que marcó un antes y un después en l. a. historia del terrorismo, y, sobre todo, en los angeles historia de l. a. humanidad. Como responsable de los hospitales públicos y miembro del Consejo de regulate de Emergencias de l. a. ciudad, Rojas Marcos vivió muy de cerca los sucesos.Los devastadores efectos en los angeles población, los angeles conciencia de vulnerabilidad, el miedo a una amenaza que persiste, los angeles exaltación del nacionalismo, l. a. fobia a los extranjeros, los angeles sed de venganza, el papel de los angeles televisión, los angeles manipulación de l. a. realidad, los angeles falta de influencia femenina, el resurgimiento de los angeles espiritualidad y, por último, el arduo pero inevitable dilema de perdonar lo imperdonable, son los aspectos analizados para clarificar una realidad tan compleja.La formación y los angeles experiencia de Rojas Marcos le permiten ir más allá para explicar los angeles naturaleza del trauma emocional y dar las claves para su superación, haciendo hincapié en los angeles solidaridad y en los angeles asomborsa resistencia del hombre para hacer frente a l. a. adversidad. Su estilo conciso y los angeles claridad expositia incentivan los angeles lectura de un tema que se sitúa en el primer plano de los angeles actualidad.
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The digital information that is in the hands of his doctors is likely to stay more or less private over time, whereas the online postings about a Digital Native created by friends and family are immediately in public view and social. The public and the social bits are far more likely to become important parts of Andy’s identity than the bits held by a doctor’s office (though both remain relevant as the story unfolds). The family posts baby pictures of Andy to services like Photobucket, Ofoto, Shutterfly, Facebook, and Flickr.
18 In many cases, young people have moved to these networked public spaces because they feel they have been chased out of other public environments. Young people turn to online social networks as havens from other places that have become, in their view, constrained. 19 These environments allow for identity play, an important part of the developmental or therapeutic stage in overall identity development. The habit among young people of sharing many of the details of their everyday life, on Facebook or on their blogs, is neither random nor un- 0465005154-Palfrey:Layout 1 6/16/08 2:29 PM Page 27 IDENTITIES 27 controlled.
These facts (and files), again, are shared with the pediatrician’s office. Very likely, nothing terrible will happen with the files in Andy’s digital dossier up to this point; at least, one hopes not. With rare exceptions, national standards exist to protect the privacy of personal health information, at least in the United States and Europe. We shouldn’t spend too much time worrying that these particular datasets will fall into the wrong hands. What we ought to care about instead is the pattern that is starting to emerge.