Reflection - Bobby Moran Reflection At first I was unsure...

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Bobby Moran Reflection At first I was unsure how to start this paper there were just so many paths I could have taken. I liked the whole idea of technology bombarding people and how advertisements and the internet are slowly conforming America into one big blob. So I decided to go with that road. It proved to be a great topic to write upon. It was interesting and there was a lot of information available that I could cite in the text that De Zengotita and I agreed upon, this strengthened my argument that technology has made it nearly impossible to really process and react to information. My quotes that I chose were quality quotes that led to in depth analysis and helped my paper. Another thing that really helped my paper was the personal experiences I included such as the introduction telling about studying for my economics exam and introducing the idea that technology has made it hard to really focus. Another experience that I called upon was my trip to New York City and actually seeing Times Square. I could relate to De Zengotita and give the audience another younger view of Times Square. Then the hypothetical about commercials that people see and remember the product but not what really happened in the commercial was a
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This essay was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ENGLISH 112 taught by Professor Cohen during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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