We want privacy but cant stop sharing" by Kate Murphy but I think he followed different thing cz that’s what my prof commented on my paper
He was suppose to follow the article from google ‘We want privacy but cant stop sharing" by Kate Murphy but I think he followed different thing cz that’s what my prof commented on my paper. This is what my wrote on it "
I’d like to hear more about your writing process and how you arrived at the ideas and language of this essay: e.g. pre-web patterns, the privacy paradox, and "the revolutionary developments in the configurations and platforms of human interaction" of the thesis statement. The essay also doesn’t follow the assignment, since it uses secondary sources other than Murphy’s article. Before I can give you a grade, please send me an email explaining your thinking process, how you came up with the ideas, how long it took you to write this, and any other relevant information about this paper as soon as possible. Thanks,
Prof. " So NOW i DON’T KNOW WHAT SHOULD i DO. Either you re do the essay or do what my professor ask to do. Writer was suppose to read the article and answer one of this in the essay. " Choose A OR B
In the article “We want privacy, but Can’t stop sharing,” Kate Murphy refers to be a behavioral theory made popular by two psychologists in the 1970s. The theory explains that personal relationships developed by slowly exchanging private information until an intimate connection is formed. Write an essay in which you discuss whether or not you think this (pre-inter) theory applies to today’s over sharing society. Do you think that revealing an abundance of personal information too quickly (particularly online, where it can be viewed instantly by a multitude of people) reduces a person’s ability to create meaningful relationships, or do you think society has adapted to a new way of interacting and forming bonds?Use examples from your personals experience to support your thesis. You may also use examples from something you’ve read or viewed to support you ideas. In the course of writing your essay, you must refer to the article “WE want Want Privacy, but Can’t Stop Sharing” and it’s ideas.
The evaluation process ( at work or school) is intended to inform people about the quality of their work and to help them improve their performance. However, in the article “We Want Privacy, but Can’t Stop Sharing,” Kate Murphy considers an opposite point of view. “ being watched” results in high stress levels and “less individually and creativity.” Write an essay in which you discuss the act of being observed or evaluated and the effects you think this type of assessment has on an individual’s performance or self-esteem. Use examples from your own life (either on or off-line) to support your thesis. In the course of writing your essay, you must refer to the article “ We Want Privacy But Can’t Stop” and it’s ideas.