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May 8, 2013

Social Networking Services (“SNS”)

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 5:22 am

glossary
social networking : using a website to communicate with friends and to meet other people

spread : to arrange something so that it covers a large area

immediate : happening or done without waiting or very soon after something else

celebrity : a famous person

affect : to influence someone or something, or cause them to change

text
Our presentation is about social networking services (SNS).
These days, SNS have spread through our lives. examples of SNS are facebook, cworld, twitter, and so on. Because SNS have spread through our lives, we get both good effects and bad effects. [1]
Frist of all, we can find our neighbors like school friends and communicate worldwide with people. And we can get immediate information that we want to know. [2]
But, SNS gives us bad effects. Frist, celebrities are teased by comments that have bad contents. Second, people copy information without notice. Third, hacking happens on SNS. So some people are affected by it. [3]
Now we will show examples of good effects and bad effects.
Look at this video as examples of good effets.

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references
[1] http://www.itdaily.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=39697#

[2] http://www.imaeil.com/sub_news/sub_news_view.php?news_id=16885&yy=2013

[3] http://weekly.hankooki.com/lpage/entertain/201205/wk20120523150442121430.htm

http://www.iminju.net/news/articleView.html?idxno=5406

discussion questions
① What do you think about the fact that SNS have spread through our lives?

② Do you like SNS? Why or why not?

③ What kind of SNS do you usually use, Why?

④ What do you think about the suicides caused by comments that have bad contents?

class # : 121
group # : 4
group members : 12123193 송민선
12133253 방현지
12133197 김은영
12133304 이명준

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