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    Hi guys,
    I have my TOK presentation tmr.. and i m stuck! so I was wondering if you guys can please !!! help out!
    Myquestion is: How can we know that online social networking is safe?
    Thank in advance!
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    Safe? What do you mean by safe? How do you know who you are talking to is the person you think? How do you interpret the language etc.
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    Click it and it will do the search for you. Comes up with decent information.

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=dangers+of+social+networking
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    (Original post by Magnum Opus)
    Safe? What do you mean by safe? How do you know who you are talking to is the person you think? How do you interpret the language etc.
    Mmm when i say safe:
    I mean : is it safe when protecting our own identies / personal information
    & yeh, i kinda thought of your second idea - the people thing..
    but how should i structure it?
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    *how do we know who we are talkling to idea!

    thanks a lot
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    (Original post by stressedoutwoman)
    Mmm when i say safe:
    I mean : is it safe when protecting our own identies / personal information
    & yeh, i kinda thought of your second idea - the people thing..
    but how should i structure it?
    You have 10-15mins right?
    Structure it like an essay:
    - Introduction to the topic, and a thesis
    - First point relating AOK or WOK
    - Second point relating AOK or WOK
    - Third point relating AOK or WOK
    - Address the question using the points you've made
    - Summarise and close stating you thesis clearly
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    (Original post by Magnum Opus)
    You have 10-15mins right?
    Structure it like an essay:
    - Introduction to the topic, and a thesis
    - First point relating AOK or WOK
    - Second point relating AOK or WOK
    - Third point relating AOK or WOK
    - Address the question using the points you've made
    - Summarise and close stating you thesis clearly
    Firstly ! thanks for the help!!!
    and do you think this structure is k ?

    - Introduction
    - Real life situation
    - Issues with the Ways of knowing, - Im doing Language / Reasoning & Sense of perception
    - Issues with the areas of knowlege (but i dont know what to do apart from ethics.. :s ?? )
    - Counter claim & claims -- we have to do this but I have no idea how to..
    - Conclusion ??
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    (Original post by stressedoutwoman)
    Firstly ! thanks for the help!!!
    and do you think this structure is k ?

    - Introduction
    - Real life situation
    - Issues with the Ways of knowing, - Im doing Language / Reasoning & Sense of perception
    - Issues with the areas of knowlege (but i dont know what to do apart from ethics.. :s ?? )
    - Counter claim & claims -- we have to do this but I have no idea how to..
    - Conclusion ??
    Yeah, that sounds great :yy:
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    Thanks a lot!
    but which AoK should i do apart from ethics?
    and i dont really get the counter claim / claims part.
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    for the counter claim bit could you perhaps talk about privacy settings if you've argued it's not safe and if you've argued it's safe talk about issues such as people getting fired from what they've said etc. If you're on about talking/how we interpret it and you've argued you cant because of lack of body language etc then counter argue it by discussing how important choice of words is and vice versa for example.
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    Those structures wouldn't have scored very well at my school :eek:
    We were told you need to examine different perspectives, consider what factors influence them, state any implications of them and then assert your position
    hmmm... I guess whatever works then? ...
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    what do you mean by implications??
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    (Original post by stressedoutwoman)
    what do you mean by implications??
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=define%3A+implication

    pssst: the quote button is great if you want a quick reply.
 
 
 

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