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Nearly two billion people online Nearly two billion people online Lesson 3 Lesson 3 January 24, 2011 January 24, 2011
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This Week Today: Nearly two billion people around the world now have online access (Lesson 3) Read Palfrey and Gasser, pp. 17-38 How does the internet make it easier to control one’s individual identity? How does the internet make it more difficult to control one’s group identity? Wednesday: On average, US children spend over six hours of screen time per day (Lesson 4) Prep for Exam #1 Read Anderson, pp. 61-77 What are the effects of violent video games? What role can parents play regarding these effects?
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Ten Most Visited Websites Worldwide, 2010 Google Facebook YouTube Yahoo Windows Live Wikipedia Blogger Baidu MSN Yahoo-Japan Sources: hubpages.com
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The totality of shared language, knowledge, material objects, and behavior A kind of toolkit of habits, skills and styles Learned
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