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Evidently, many people in the society have a measure of knowledge concerning the internet, especially concerning the potential to connect the globe irrespective of the distance. Moreover, different groups of people are familiar with other realms of possibilities brought about by the internet. For example, students recognize the provision of online schooling and jobs made possible by the internet. Without doubt, there are multiple controversies surrounding the positive and negative impacts of the internet in the society. In my research, I will seek to prove that the internet has served to transform the society positively through its numerous benefits. Readers will benefit from the research, as they will become familiar with the benefits of the internet despite the negative popularity associated with it.
The media has been committed in developing different stories concerning the internet. Through the television, newspapers and online articles, I am bombarded with multiple articles discussing the potential impacts of the media, as well as other sources describing the origin of the internet and its effects in the recent past. One of the intriguing articles that I read touched on the development of the internet in the 1990s. The article revealed that the initial commercial browser that people relied on was the mosaic, and yahoo emerged a few years later. The 1990s saw an increasing popularity of the internet, with an increasing number of people owning computers, and seeking to have access to the internet.
Reports reveal that 40 % of the American population owned computers by 1998, and 33 % of the computer owners accessed the internet. The increasing use of the internet sparked a debate concerning the nature of its influence. Notably, people ha realized that the internet was transforming societies, explaining why they sought to analyze the type of influence registered. The media have relied on the models of influence
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This quantitative and qualitative method research study looked closely at the idea that Internet addiction is a problem with all the technology use on a daily basis. This study looked at 150 individuals between the ages of 18 and 70 to compile enough data to warrant concern regarding this problem.
It is quite clear that it is very difficult to get everyone to agree to one viewpoint in this regard. Those who oppose internet filters bring up First Amendment rights, as well as democratic principles in this regard. The Resolution on the Use of Filtering Software in Libraries has also been passed which also agrees with their contention.
Research shows that more people starve in this age than any other time in the primitive history. While it is true that some astonishing discoveries have been made, with regard to information technology and communication among other areas, they are not necessarily addressing the challenges that mankind goes through, (Shelly, and Vermaat 2011, p112).
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In this regard, the example of Wikipedia, an online information source, can be deemed as vital to understand the importance of media, especially in the field of research. It has been observed that Wikipedia is an internet based encyclopedia that works on the principle of collaborative editing.
The two writers argue that gun laws are so significant to be tightened, in the U.S. This will enhance the reduction of homicides and other criminal’s activities. These two writers arrived at the article because of the heated debate and analysis of senseless shootings in cinema halls and schools.
Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Argumentative essay The use of the internet among the youth fosters social cohesiveness The youths in the modern society are addicted users of the internet, the advent of such social networks as Facebook and twitter revamped the trend thus increasing the youth’s traffic to the internet by nearly eighty percent.
In most cultures, crimes such as murder, sorcery, rape and treason could attract the death penalty. Different societies had different methods for enacting the death penalty. These methods- disembowelment, hanging, boiling to death, burning to death, impalement, flaying, firing squad, and stoning- were themselves almost as gruesome as the crimes committed by the accused persons.