The Internet and Interpersonal Relationships Analytical Essay by Top Papers

The Internet and Interpersonal Relationships
This paper addresses four questions, including the effect of the Internet on interpersonal relationships
# 141191 | 750 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Communication (Interpersonal) , Computer and Technology (Internet)

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This paper consists of responses to four questions. The response to the first question is a personal response based on the question of how the Internet will affect interpersonal relationships. The other questions are responded to using references that were provided by the client. The final question calls for the reader's interpretation of the article and contains a brief personal opinion at the end.

From the Paper:

"The average Internet user in the United States spends 3 hours a day online, with much of that time devoted to work and more than half of it to communications. Researchers report that the Internet has displaced television watching for 1 hour and 42 minutes a day, compared with the national average of 2 hours. One study reported increasing physical isolation among Internet users; it created a controversy and drew angry complaints from some users who insisted that time they spent online did not detract from their social relationships. However, the researchers, said they had now gathered..."

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