What is missing in our society that doesn't make us as empathetic or altruistic and what gives you hope for our nations future?
What makes you such a great communicator? What makes us struggle to communicate in our society today? Family Environment.
Family impact on ideologies. Optimism.
Message for young people. Encourages Face to Face interactions as a supplement to technological relationships, find the balance between the two. Example Skype leaves less room for loss of translation as apposed to text messages.
What do think of mental health in PA and what do you think we can do to address it? Depression, Anxiety.
Is technology exasperating PA's mental health issues? Hiding behind screens and social handles. Current preference of quantity of quality. Social Media doesn't validate us.
What makes you personally proud of Pennsylvania?
What challenges do you face in your job everyday? Law enforcement culture and not appearing to be holier than thou.
What do you think is the greatest challenge that faces the United States.
How do you think the narrative has changed regarding MAT?
Why hasn't there been a collective effort such as a pamphlet or brochure to get awareness and information out? Not everyone is giving accurate information.
Continuum of care.
Technology and the epidemic. The power of integrating technology. "If we're gonna do it, we're gonna do it using technology." Hub and Spoke. Angela is part of Tello Echo.
TV show "The coroner I speak for the dead." "The dead tell us not only how they died, but how we should be living."
What tricks do you use to engage in conversation with the people you're trying to help?
What single most accomplishment are you most proud of? "Keep getting better at what your doing."
Representing the OAG. "Could I carry the weight of being the AG?"
Explanation of Office of Public Engagement.
Do you have an end goal? "The goal, is to help keep people safe."
Do love having a dialogue, playing the devils advocate?
What is the difference between this job and the ones you held at the District Attorney's Office?
What is the real big challenge you face in your job everyday?
Connection of public service to library.
The effect of stigma to the opioid epidemic. (Trailer moments)
Do the lives that you save make it worth it? Awareness is growing amongst libraries. More people are being trained.
What is a current trend right now related to the opioid issue that scares you? What is a current trend right now related to the opioid issue that gives you hope you?
Relationships to the epidemic.
Would you agree with Angela that this epidemic requires more education, empathy and compassion?
Might solving the opioid crisis in a regional method conflict with your message?
Positives of the opioid crisis.
Rise of all drug use in relation to the attention opioid use is getting.
What do you think are the things to focus on in relation to this epidemic?
How should we be approaching this epidemic verses how are we?
Is there anything related to the crisis that gives you hope? A: Officially an epidemic. People are talking
Encampment visit. Interview 3. Primary angle. Discussion: Walkthrough of the literal current setting. Available resources. Personal investment. What gives you hope during this epidemic. Personal investment.
About the process of law enforcement teaming up with community organization.
Why is this the job of your dreams.
Bridging the gap between the people and law enforcement. Relationship with Allentown Police Department.
Is there anything else you think that the people of Pennsylvania should know about what your doing?
Something unique about her role and or work.
Perspective on not being able to arrest our way out of this epidemic.
Perspective on wishing we could love our way out of this epidemic.
The importance of having empathy helping people.
Perspective on stigma and the epidemic.
Anthony Luker's thoughts on teens and digital devises.
Background on Podcast series and Corbin's thoughts on teens and technology.
Technology as a responsibility and gift.
"Seatbelts" for digital consumption.
Technology and parenting.
Introduction of next installment topic: Social Media. End of Segment. "Cut out subpoena part.
Introduction to second Podcast segment: Social Media.
Study on teens and social media.
On the theory social media is reflective on human nature.
Social media and happiness-likes and dislikes.
Origins of social media.
Social media (facebook) popularity and impact.
Extreme feelings of technology. "We're not anti-tech."
The power of technology.
UCLA social media study result.
Why are teens more drawn social media and its effects
Perception of society today from younger generation to older generation.
End of segment.
Section 1 Intro.
Overview of Podcast topics by Anthony Luker.
Personal handling through parenting with young people and technology by Jon Nixon.
Inevitableness of young people and the effects of technology.
Thoughts on how to raise children with technology by Anthony Luker.
Technology and how it effects mental health. Example cyberbullying. "Our children are averaging between 7-9 hours a day on their device."
Personal parenting methods related to technology by Jon Nixon.
Perception of what's necessary to help young people and technology from an educational view to a parents' view.
Thoughts on "Old school downtime." Downtime without the technology, example going outside.
How titans of tech (Bill Gates, Steve Jobs) limit technology from their own kids.
Challenges of staying ahead of regulating technology in kids. It's harder to impose regulations if freedom has been the way of life.
Technological generations; millennials and generation z.
Technological change between generation.
Difference between Generation Z pre tweens and teens.
Responsibility of the older generation in this technological age.
personal example of setting technological boundaries from millennial David Corbin and Anthony Luker.
Thoughts on multi-tasking a conversation while being on your phone.
The educational system and technology.
End of section.
Section 2 Intro. Quick fast facts segment.
Overview of Podcast topics by Anthony Luker. Fast facts alert.
End of section recap.
End of section. B roll of next segment planning.
Section 2 Intro. Quick fast facts segment. (Segment redo)
Overview of Podcast topics by Anthony Luker. Fast facts alert. First redo.
Fast Facts. Statistics on teens and technology. First redo.
End of section recap. First redo.
End segment. First redo.
Section 2 Intro. Quick fast facts segment. (Segment redo again)
Overview of Podcast topics by Anthony Luker. Fast facts alert. Second redo.
Fast Facts. Statistics on teens and technology. Second redo.
End of segment recap. Second redo.
End segment. Second redo.
Section 3 Intro. Recap of last fast facts segment.
Kids and "multitasking" homework and technology.
Personal perception and experience with technology (music) and school/workplace by David Corbin.
Thoughts on the appropriateness of technology (music) and school/workplace by Anthony Luker.
Personal experience with technology as a distraction in school/workplace by David Corbin.
Technology and self awareness.
Difference in opinion on technology (music) as a distraction.
Science and technology on the brain. Stimulus and reward from social media.
Technology and regulation and moderation.
How has the information age changed parenting? Answered by Anthony Luker.
End of segment recap.
Background on senior scams in Pennsylvania.
Background on the senior population.
Why are we addressing the senior scam issue today more than in the past.
Information on the types of scams.
Seniors perspective while getting scammed.
Vulnerable areas of exploitation for scammers. (Types of scams)
Scams and specific generations ex. Gone with the wind generation. Romantic scams.
Personal story from Jerry Mitchel on Romantic Scams. Shocking dollar amounts recorded from OAG hotline on Senior Scams.
Scam emotional impact on Seniors.
Information on scammers. "They're anybody nowadays."
OAG and Senior scams by David Corbin.
Scam example. Illegitimate Kickstarter campaign.
Why Seniors are more susceptible to scams. "They come from a generation that's more honest."
Scam criminals and data mining victims.
Normalization of data mining and privacy breaches.
Additional scam types by Jerry Mitchel. Family emergency and contractor scams.
OAG resources against Senior scams.
Solutions and take aways from Senior scam topic.
Additional scam types by Jerry Mitchel.
What should people look for and to prevent to scams. "These people are evil."
Who do you contact if you're a victim of a scam.
Final and closing remarks.
Awareness of drug lacing by kids from the view of Jerry Mitchel OAG Office of Pubic Engagement Officer.
Overdose in the current drug crisis in Pennsylvania from Heroin to Fentanyl.
Drug lacing in the current drug crisis.
Treatment ideas and the challenges of recovery.
Drug lacing awareness in todays epidemic and prevalence in Pennsylvania. When even taking drugs recreationally-"You run the risk of having it be cut with this really really bad drug of fentanyl.
Story from Jerry Mitchell of young man you who overdosed on drugs that he was unaware were laced.
Drug awareness today and current drug evolution. With the prevalence of drug lacing you don't know what your getting. "We've now reached a time where experimenting is not something that will leave your in 4, 6 to 8 hours.
OAG and drug awareness in the current drug crisis.
Responsibility and endangerment during drug use. "You could a lot of people in really compromising positions where you could take their own lives."
Drug laced candy and awareness from kids.
Parenting in todays drug crisis and prevalence of drug lacing in places such as candy. "Now I'm gonna have to have another conversation with my kids."
Overall prevalence of drug lacing in todays drug crisis.
Whats flakka? A: A new version of bath salt.
Who how do we regulate the laced drug issue. Parenting advice for drug lacing.
End of segment recap.
Background on bullying and cyberbullying specifically.
Legal ramifications of cyberbullying. Specifically Pennsylvania.
Practical issues with cyberbullying example breadcrumb trail.
What exactly is cyberbullying where does is mostly occur?
Examples of cyberbullying from Jerry Mitchell.
Seeking help as a young person who is a victim of cyberbullying.
Personal experience with bullying from both Corbin and Jerry.
The effects of bullying.
Bullying and suicide.
Current pressure on todays youths.
Current trends on cyberbullying.
Thoughts on how marketable negativity is especially online.
Examples of instances of cyberbullying.
Perspective on the effects of bullying on the bully from David Corbin. "No one come's out winning."
The effects of cyberbullying on everyday life. "Work opportunities, social relationships. All this is going to be effected. Because people are going to look there online and see what kind of conduct they have."
What can parents and educators do to A. Identify bullying, and B. Deal with bullying in the cyber space.
Perspective on how unnecessary bullying is for the bully.
Parenting and technology regulation in order to combat cyberbullying.
Parenting advice: Drafting an anti-bullying document for kids and parents.
Final thoughts from Jerry Mitchell.
End of segment recap.
Jamie Dancher's story
Marry McKale 00:00:53-"If you don't vote for the bill..you're standing with the predator."
Governor Tom Wolf