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Comms 101 research paper

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Is cyberspace more dangerous than real space (the real world)? Positives of cyberspace Sharing the gospel http://lds.org/ensign/2008/07/sharing-the-gospel-using-the-internet?lang=eng ballard Today we have a modern equivalent of the printing press in the Internet. The Internet allows everyone to be a publisher, to have his or her voice heard, and it is revolutionizing society. Before the Internet there were great barriers to printing. It took money, power, influence, and a great amount of time to publish. But today, because of the emergence of what some call “new media,” made possible by the Internet, many of those barriers have been removed. New media
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Unformatted text preview: consists of tools on the Internet that make it possible for nearly anyone to publish or broadcast to either a large or a niche audience. I have mentioned some of these tools already. The emergence of new media is facilitating a worldwide conversation on almost every subject, including religion, and nearly everyone can participate. This modern equivalent of the printing press is not reserved only for the elite. Mormon.org Lds.org Spreading of information Decrease costs of doing business Negatives Pornography Cyber bullying Anonymous posting (fake people) Death by over use Trust WOW Catfish...
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