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Session III February 7, 2007 Go to the assignments, Reading Assignments; access the manuscript, Are Americans Becoming Internet Slaves? Read and review the article and post your critical review on the Literature, Methodology, Findings, and Summary. Please discuss you findings: This article was quite difficult to read. It appeared to be choppy in its presentation. The methodology of the research was briefly...

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