Group_B_-_Internet_in_South_Korea_-_Rough_Draft_-_With_Comments

Group_B_-_Internet_in_South_Korea_-_Rough_Draft_-_With_Comments

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Unformatted text preview: Internet in South Korea By: Team B Robinson Garcia, April Godfrey, Melissa Dougherty, Theresa Gardley, Robert Georgie, Adam Gillam Description Please add an introduction which states your main goals and sets the stage for the rest of the paper. Nice description of South Korea. Easy to read and well-researched. Nice connection between your technology and the society and culture of South Korea. This sounds like something you could expand on, if necessary. Nice research. Nice section on the history of the Internet in South Korea. Nice use of examples to illustrate your point. Great point. Well put. Really nice section on the Impact on the government. Again, nice use of examples to drive home your points. Great use of an example to illustrate your points. Nice research. Again, nice research. You make good connections between technology and the society and culture of South Korea. This is good information, but the analysis is surface level, at best. Go deeper and investigate these issues. Find examples and quotes from experts to illustrate your points. While I applaud your attempts to find an example, this took place in Florida, not in South Korea. Can you find any examples that took place in South Korea? Nice research. This is good information, but where are your sources? Where is your source? Wow! What do the people of South Korea say about this? What do the critics say? Again, great research, but where are your sources? What is the reaction of the people to these rules? What do the critics say? Fascinating stuff about pornography in South Korea. Well-researched. Fine conclusion. Try to leave the reader wanting more. of South Korea (Rob) South Korea occupies the southern half of the Korean peninsula, which protrudes about 620 miles (1,000 kilometers) southward from the Eurasian landmass between Soviet Siberia in the northeast and Chinese Manchuria to the north. About three thousand islands belong to Korea, among which the Province of Cheju Island is the largest (Culture, 2011). Koreans lived under a dynastic system until 1910. After liberation from Japanese colonization in 1945, the southern half of the peninsula was occupied by the United States and the northern half by the Soviet military until 1948, when two Koreas emerged. Since then, South Korea has traveled a rocky road in its political development from autocratic governments to a more democratic state, amending its constitution nine times in the wake of tumultuous political events such as the Korean War, the April Revolution of 1960, the 1961 and 1979 military coups, the 1980 Kwangju uprising, and the 1987 democracy movement. The government has maintained a presidential system since then (Culture, 2011)....
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2011 for the course BIS 450 taught by Professor Ickbob during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Buckhead.

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