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Cody Janowski 12/2/10 English Comp Assignment 4 The Internet has undoubtedly changed the way people live their lives. Any information we could possibly want- and more- is at our disposal, and has made life for us incredibly convenient and easy; some, however, might say too easy. One of these people is Nicholas Carr, author of the article “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” featured in the July/August 2008 edition of The Atlantic. Carr argues that the Net seems to be slowly demolishing our abilities to concentrate on one subject, as well as contemplate information, based on the ease of access to everything the Internet provides today. I agree with Carr to an extent; however I would say that his theory most certainly does not apply to everyone.
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Turn Taking and Conversation: A Study of Turn Taking and Conversation within Discourse Analysis Linguistics 347.3 – Web Presentation http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_5flBCPrU9WQ/THSPSGio0xI/AAA AAAAAAAM/EWSwMM7JG00/s1600/conversation.gif Contents: 1- Turn Taking: Introduction 2- Cross-Cultural Turn Taking 3- Turn Taking and Gender 4- Turn Taking and Technology 5- Suggested Further Reading 6- Works Cited and Referenced 1 – Turn Taking: Introduction http://www.jrcompton.com/photos/The_Birds/J/Dec_06/JR53950-PELKversation.jpg Conversation is not chaos. From a very young age we are taught how to take turns: this helps shape conversations for the rest of our lives (Coates 111). Video of a baby already learning/displaying turn taking skills: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKD6jzUxkek&feature=related Turn taking is a cyclical process. It begins with one person speaking, and continues as the speaker gives up control to the next person. The second speaker now has the conversational floor.