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fmsc report 1 - Alexandra Nass FMST 298F Future Of...

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Alexandra Nass FMST 298F Future Of Families: Issues and Controversies Taking Sides Report: Is Cybersex “cheating”? 10 October 2011 The Twenty First Century’s development of technology has influenced new dimensions for relationships. Today, the use of cybersex is more common among individuals because of the ability to become whoever you want, without anyone knowing. The advancement in technology has allowed us as individuals to create an identity where nobody can really see the reality, behind the other side of the screen. People are able to “change” their physical appearances, such as hair color, gender, age, race, and weight. This ability allows the possibility to have cybersex with an anonymity that can’t be realized in person. With the convenience of the usage of cybersex, we now question ourselves: Is cybersex considered “cheating”? This issue has been debated between the two different sides taken on the response. Within American society, Infidelity is a common occurrence that is influencing many individuals. In 1998, about eighty five percent of people claimed to have engaged in an online
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course FMSC 298F taught by Professor Vanputten during the Fall '10 term at Maryland.

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fmsc report 1 - Alexandra Nass FMST 298F Future Of...

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