(SOLVED) Discussion About Social media's effect on people's social life (social vs. antisocial)"
1. Which of the three paper options did you choose? Option I (Enact); Option II (Teach); or
Option III (Analyze)
2. How can you apply the section "Introduction to Finding Premises" of the Finding an
Argument Help Sheet to your thinking as you prepare to write your paper? List at least two
pieces of specific information from that section and explain how each has informed your
thinking about your final paper.
• Finding premises
• Supporting evidence
3. How can you apply the section, "A Practice Run: Finding the argument of an article you've
already read" of the Finding an Argument Help Sheet to your thinking as you prepare to write
your final paper?
Link the process shown in "A Practice Run" to the secondary objective specific to your chosen
paper option (listed at the top of the "Requirements" page for your chosen option). Be sure to
copy and paste that secondary objective into your response so that you are able to clearly show
If you believe it has no application, reach out to me before completing this question (text me
• I think I will need to find the premises and support them with evidence, statistics, and
expert statements for both sides, and then show the most useful insights of opposing
views and create a new argument that is agreeable to both sides.
4. How did the process shown in the section, "An Introduction to Finding an Argument's
Deductive Structures" from the Finding an Argument Help Sheet differ from the way you
originally "saw" John Gray's argument found in "The Unsanctity of Human Life" at the
beginning of this term?
List at least two specific pieces of information from that section and explain how each has
informed your thinking about his argument in "The Unsanctity of Human Life".
If this section did not bring you any new insights to how you originally approached his
argument, record the specific influences or sources that taught you to "see" arguments in
this way (with links to two specific pieces of information from that section of the Help Sheet).
How can the Concept of Synthesis Create a More Useful Discussion about Social Media's Effect on People's Social Life (Social vs. Antisocial)
People would argue that social media is where social interactions occur over the internet between individuals, groups, and corporates. However, social media is a virtual electronic platform on the internet that allows interaction between people, groups, and organizations for socio-economic reasons. In contrast, others rely on it for communication and advertisement. The level of interaction in the social media platform should remain social, but the system provides more than just social interaction because these platforms are also used for commercial purposes for advertisements and communication (Boulianne, 2019). However, the purpose of this paper is to construct a synthesis argument around the fact that social media influences people's lives by promoting social and antisocial behavior amongst users. The argumentative process forges a middle ground that portrays social media as the creator of positive social and antisocial behaviors that determine interactions at individual and group levels, which help in predicting future types of interactions.