"Social media can drive envy and enable cyberbullying.", states Kaiser Health News (2). As social media is used to spread news and communicate, you can get caught in the middle of danger while using it. Many social media platforms can lead to risks in a young teen's future. While creating and expressing your true self on these networking sites can be viewed as a good thing, sharing way too much can jeopardize any resorts of privacy online and offline. These applications that are considered "social"
This first quarter for writing, we wrote an argumentative essay on social media. For the essay we had to decide whether social media is bad or good and prove whether our argument was true. Also for reading we did a class novel on “The Hobbit” by J.R.R Tolkien. For this novel we did PRL’s, organizers and packets. During the first quarter I wrote an argumentative essay on social media. While starting the process of writing the essay I found that it was more effective to begin writing on the body paragraphs
For my Social Media essay, I went through many process works to get my best work I have right now. The Social Media essay is located after my “Eleven” packet and before my PRLs (Personal Reading Logs). Before, we started our writing, we did a class survey, read a few articles, and watched two videos on social networking that described how it impacted daily lives negatively or positively. Through the survey we did, we were able to figure the percentage of our class of how long they use social networking
Impact of Social Media Social media, who doesn’t know about it, especially now day’s people always use social media itself for daily use. But even almost everyone use social media but sometimes. There definitely someone that doesn’t know about negative affect from social media for them. And sometimes there is someone use social media unwisely. Hate speech is could be dangerous if someone trust that speech in social media like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Cause hate speech could be like hoax
Reading Logs entries for The Hobbit is entry 9/10/15, my third Personal Reading Log found in my Personal Reading Log charts, and entry 9/14/15, my fourth Personal Reading Log found in my Personal Reading Log chart. They are both located behind my Social Media essay. Both of these entries on my Personal Reading Log chart have a green highlighted star next to them. The 9/10/15 entry is my best work because it shows how I am able to figure out an indirect characterization used to reveal an aspect of a character
Social worker and Muslim, Maysan Haydar in her article, Veiled Intentions, published on June 18, 2010 addresses the topic of veils worn by Muslim women and argues that the veil is a positive choice for many Muslim women because it can help minimize objectification, promote healthy relationships between men and women, and encourage different types of freedom. While anthropologist, Lila Abu-Lughod in her passage, The Muslim Woman: The Power of Images and the Danger of Pity, published in 2002 addresses
Roseline Gondo 1-17-18 Mr. Reilly Argumentative essay Racism within colorism Imagine being discriminated against because you had a darker skin tone. Picture people calling you names like “charcoal”, “tart”, “dirt” constantly degrading you because of a simple factor that you couldn't control. Sad but true that colorism still exist in America today. It never stopped, if anything it got worse as people made you choose if you were on #teamlightskin or #teamdarkskin. As if they weren't all