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Armando Gomez-Farias M. Ramirez ENG 1301 28 Sept. 2009 Quiz Questions – 4 1.- According to Pivarnik, “MySpace is not responsible for the actions of its users” (Pivarnik 141). Do you agree with him, or do you believe MySpace have a small share in the blame? 2.- According to Roush, “the only people who are profiting [from MySpace] are Rupert Murdoch and his stockholders” (Roush 137). Do you agree he is the only one profiting, or do you believe all the users gain some social benefits? 3.- Lee comments, “as one [age]group outgrows [MySpace], another comes on board” (Lee 139). Do you believe that will be the same case in the future? Or do you believe everyone will have a social-network profile despite one’s age in a future? 4.- According to Henry Jenkins, “the threat of sexual solicitation on My Space is not as
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Unformatted text preview: great as many fear (Roush 134). Having read the article MySpace Is Not Responsible for Your Kids do you agree the treat is not as big as we may think? Works Cited Lee, Ellen. Social Sites Are Becoming Too Much of a Good Thing. The McGraw-Hill reader: issues across the disciplines. Ed. Gilbert Muller. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. 137-41. Pivarnik, Greg. MySpace Is Not Responsible for Your Kids. The McGraw-Hill reader: issues across the disciplines. Ed. Gilbert Muller. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. 141-3. Roush, Wade. Fakesters. The McGraw-Hill reader: issues across the disciplines. Ed. Gilbert Muller. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. 134-7....
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