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and each of them has their own technological device. However, when analyzing the second frame, the fire between the families seems to be extinguished. The comparison between the two frames is very apparent. The families in the second frame seem to be missing out on each other’s lives by being on their electronic devices. This source is my only visual source. It is very objective source because the argument is straight-forward. Since it is a visual source, everyone can vividly see what is wrong with nowadays social networking. It is very useful source for my research paper because I can just point out the disadvantages of social networking by comparing the two frames. The goal of this visual is to illustrate the negative impacts of social networking on family interaction time through the manipulation of colors and comparison and contrast. By using this source, I can talk about how nowadays everyone is glued to their technology devices as there is no tomorrow whether you are an adult, a teenager or a child. Although, technology devices make us feel like we are finally catching up with everything that is going on in our surroundings, we do not realize the fact that we are missing out so much more in reality. Richtel, Matt. "Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction." New York Times . 21 Nov 2010: A.1. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 01 Apr 2013. Richtel presents more evidences on social networking is a distraction to the students particularly focusing on one specific students and how technology takes over his time to do schoolwork at Woodside High School. The article also has research information on the reasons why teenagers are lured into technology world which causes schools to combine learning and technology. It also discusses this new idea of how technology can help students escape from the reality.
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This article is different from others because it brings out other new ideas of researches on why students are very addicted to internet surfing rather than using technology as a source of learning. The article is based on a student which makes it more interesting and relatable. I can use this source effectively to prove my argument. This source can be used as more reasons of why technology advances and social networking are bad to our society. They do outweigh the advantages. It includes many research results for me to back my argument. Parks, Peggy J. "Current Issues: Online Social Networking." Current Issues: Online Social Networking . 2011: n.p. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 01 Apr 2013.
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