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I became very doubtful of the article because in my

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I became very doubtful of the article because in my experience, social networking was a distraction from schoolwork; however Davis argues that when used correctly, social networking can effectively increase student’s academic performances. This article was very helpful in pointing out a new outlook on the topic and I can present this as advantages of technology advances in my paper. "Facebook Impact on Student Grades Raises New Questions for Business 673934." Channel Insider 14 Apr. 2009. Computer Database . Web. 24 Mar. 2013. The article illustrates the risk social networking posed on student’s academic performances and the potential effect that social networking brings to today’s society. The author provides several examples as to why social networking had such a large impact on students’ academic performances. The author also provided a research contrasting
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students that are regular social networkers and students who spend most of their time offline. This article presented one of the biggest effects of social networking that has on education. It also has an experience example to further more support the argument of how social networking sites can hugely decrease students’ grades. This source is mostly objective. The goal of this article to show the readers how social networking sites can become a big issue if we continue on by presenting the effects it has on American education. This source is very helpful because I can argue to why too much social networking doing damages to us by presenting the evidences from this source. I found that I could easily relate to the topic presented in this article. Having been a user of several social networks, I discover that the time I spend on social networks such as Facebook could easily be used to finish my psychology project or my English assignment. Because the article was so relatable, the author’s point was easily carried across and reinforced that it became easy to comprehend. Keefe, Mike. "An Anthology of Arguments." Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings . By John D. Ramage, John C. Bean, and June Johnson. Boston: Pearson Education, 2012. 432. Print. Keefe presented two frames to compare and contrast social networking through the visual. One frame shows two families in Paleolithic age where the father of the families is telling the children stories with the fire in the middle. The fire is the symbolization of the connection between the people in the picture. In addition, the fire is shown as getting bigger which is the result of conversation growing amongst the family members. On the other hand, the second frame illustrates both families showing their backs to each other
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and each of them has their own technological device. However, when analyzing the
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