rough; jenkins, sacks, gladwell

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Eng 1 Kyle Eng The Negative Effects of Change Malcolm Gladwell’s Power of Context forces criminal psychologists and people in general to think more broadly of a person’s reasoning. Context, in this phrase, is defined as a given situation someone or something is placed in. Because of this context, it isn’t enough to say this person did this because of his childhood. Neurologist Oliver Sacks debates the disadvantage of physical blindness against the conformations one takes in achieving a greater state of visual perception. Coming from the same theme of conformation is Henry Jenkins, who argues technology is beneficial to child’s life. However, does change equate to improvement? In discussion of adaptations and reasons, all three authors deal with change. When analyzing situations given by Jenkins, we see kids may depend of the Internet’s uprise more than they should. As Gladwell agrees, a person’s actions are based on the immediate surroundings, yet many times, these surroundings produce negative results. Arguably, even though Sacks proves that there are advantages of adapting when blinded, there are also several undesirable consequences that place during this changeover. Although all three authors have nuances in their arguments, they also open insight upon conformations that take place may have a negative effect on a person. It is no surprise that our participation in certain activities affect who we are as
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