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Argument: -features of the sites contribute to segregation/radicalization? -roots in real spaces determined perception of sites -use of one, influence perceptions of use of others. Question/Issue for monday: general principles, an issue can be looked at from multiple perspectives -an issue where there is a disagreement -rational perspectives to be respected decide which stases there might be disagreement on Cause/effect: student and companies vs teachers/parents Value: is it a sign of disrespect vs is a sign of independence and communication such as thinking Action: What can be done about the increased use of toting? Should the use of cell phone be able to be monitored or limited in certain areas? Jurisdiction: Who should be able to regulate the use, teachers, parents, administration? Do other people have the right to regulate this issue and at what age does one become the regulator and not the regulated questions: 1. What could be done about the comfort level people feel behind their computer screen, is this a good thing or a bad thing that people feel this way? 2. Who should be able to regulate or monitor the level of online bullying/which sites should be allowed to be monitored for this reason in particular?
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  • Spring '08
  • JennyAshlock
  • Sociology, MySpace, Boyd, older family members, extrinsic exigence example, older family

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