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Unformatted text preview: oliciting, is endlessly annoying. Finally, family life is sometimes a casualty of all this progress, with parents and children spending more time transfixed before their computer monitors and less time together. In conclusion, advances in business and technology are a mixed blessing. For while we enjoy many benefits of this socalled progress, in many ways it has changed our lives for the worse. 115. “Technology ultimately separates and alienates people more than it serves to bring them together.” Discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the opinion stated above. Support your position with reasons and/or examples from your own experience, observations, or reading.
" ’E 6=“ U 1. 2. 3. È( g ¶ª V È( g ¶ª V a á / hª ’ E R á / hª ’ E R ’ 1U ’ ’E U gU U5 = “ k I believe there is some truth to the speaker’s claim that technology separates and alienates people. However, there is certainly at least as much evidence that technology serves best to bring people together. The most obvious way that technology separates and alienates people from one another is sy...
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