arianna engl101 paper 1 notes

arianna engl101 paper 1 notes - -Get rid of groups without...

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-Get rid of groups without college education -get rid of a group you couldn't possibly persuade (middle school students) -pick one group you want to write to -- college students -their past experience -their recent knowledge of a brutal cyber world -existed with this growing technology their whole life as apposed to parents -involved in social networking at its finest narrow the group down college students highly involved in the social network world are their experiences significant, age, politics, gender, anything else that might allow you to defined your group in more specific terms values? biases? their values: -their education and studies -their past experiences -their younger siblings -how their experiences shaped them today argument to college students: do you feel that it is a bad thing or a good thing that people feel this increased comfort behind a computer screen? address their disagreeing side ****use these templates in paper Boyd argues x: boyd speculates x, x is at the core of boyds findings
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Jennyashlock during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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