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Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. What I have taken away from this Composition II course is to take constructive … Continue reading

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1. O’Donnell, Andy. “Know the Dangers of Oversharing on Facebook.” Lifewire. N.p., n.d.   Web. 27 Feb. 2017. Background: How much information is too much information when it comes to sharing information on Facebook? Sharing becomes a personal risk when … Continue reading

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Research Argument-therealmoana

How Much Information Is Too Much           Facebook and all technology is a luxury and entertainment item in our lives. Our society revolves around internet and technology. If we like it or not our world is evolving … Continue reading

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How Much Is Too Much Information P1. Some might say that parents can not control and monitor every move their child makes in their lives. And those parents that do, are labeled as the “controlling” and “overbearing” parents that tend … Continue reading

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Causal Argument- therealmoana

How Much Is Too Much Information P1. The Internet is becoming a dangerous place for teenagers and young adults whose online profiles attract sexual predators. The U.S Department of Justice has joined with nonprofit groups to promote public service campaigns … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric-therealmoana

“No Smoking” 0.00-0.04 Video starts off with a shelf with a globe on top of a book reading “Loane” on the side written in marker. Another book is open with a rhino figurine placed on top of the open book. … Continue reading

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