The Effect of Anonymity on Identity My identity changes with my audience. I take on different identities for all the different people I talk to in my life. I am going to talk about how the internet affects the way people present themselves. When people are anonymous they get to do anything without any repercussions what kind of person will they choose to be. If you give someone the ability to be anonymous what with they do with it. Some people just want to be able to do anything without having to deal with consequences. Other will still be kind and helpful even though they have the anonymity of the internet. Just because when you meet someone for the first time you are both anonymous doesn’t mean that you couldn’t get to know them and become friends. One of my identities that is important to me is my identity as a gamer. I spend a good amount of my free time gaming. There are wide verity of people who play games and getting to talk is always interesting. One thing people think about the communication in gaming is how so many people are just trash takers and just want to put other people down. In my experience most people don’t talk in game that much. I believe that playing Xbox online show you what some people will say when they are anonymous. People that don’t play games online think that the people who make gaming look bad are the only people who are in gaming community. I think that the negative view on gaming comes from only seeing the people who are talking down to other people. That’s because the people are just having a casual conversation are in a group chat with their friends. The gaming community isn’t bad it just the people in the community how are bad are the ones given the spotlight. I play games that people will play very competitively in a game like that everyone talks to the people they are playing with and try to help each other. It all depends on where you look if you see the best in gaming the worst of the gaming community. Looking from the outside the gaming community has a bad look because the people that het heard are the worst that gaming has to offer and shouldn’t be the face of gaming. Not everyone uses the anonymity of the internet to just talking mindlessly without consequence. I have used forums as a way to help get me started in new hobbies and there are always people that are willing to help. I will go onto forums for help and use other people experience to further my own knowledge. I have been interested in computers for a while. When I first started to take an interest in computers I wasn’t sure where I should start or what to learn first. People from forums are the reason I know so much about computers I they make me want to learn more. I started going to technology forums to get some advice about what a beginner should learn first. Most of the people on a forums are there because they have a passion for whatever forum is about. This means that most of what is post is very nicely written and seems to be something that can be trusted. For me it seemed that people were open and helpful to new members and they enjoy seeing new people coming into their community and help it grow. People on forums seem to be fairly polite even though they are anonymous. After the experiences that I have had with forums I would recommend that anyone getting into something new you should find a group that could help a new comer get into something. With so many people who are willing to
How does the writer present his/her thoughts and feelings on the struggle for identity?
Within the text a subheading which reads depression speaks a whole deal of how he was struggling for identity; depression is which a person feels unworthy of existing and feels very low within their selves. This showing how he was not happy within his own skin, body and mind. Waite also goes on again to talk about his family, this shows the importance they hold within him; he believes his ‘actions had wrecked…
reflects on the American character, racial hostility, on a particular form of American loneliness he finds almost everywhere, and on the unexpected kindness of strangers that is also a very real part of our national identity. Throughout the story, Steinbeck’s journey becomes a curveball. The people of New England develop to his understanding and his ideas of this region of…
The American Outcome of Radio and Recorded Music
Music is the heartbeat of American social and cultural identity. Music unifies us as Americans and also separates us as cultural stereotypes. Throughout history, music has always been a measure and outcome of different cultures and influences. Specifically starting in the 1940’s, music and radio has helped shape many aspects in American culture by intertwining cultures, developing socioeconomic statuses, and bringing headlines to the pop culture…
really is because of an innocent man behind bars named, Jefferson. Mr Wiggins is able to alter Jefferson’s mind about what he truly is, a “hog” or a man. Through fearless diction depicts a heroic tone towards helping one regain their dignity and their identity.
A filthy animal that rolls around on the ground, a hog. That is what Jefferson called himself because that was the name he was referred to in the trial he was found guilty in. His godmother, Miss Emma, asks…
liberty contracts.” In many pieces of dystopian literature, liberty and identity is sacrificed for stability and governmental control. Brave New World and “Harrison Bergeron” exert criticism on the idea of government control by discouraging the uniqueness and identity of the individual people. Instead, everyone in society is expected to be similar, and equal. However, striving for equality creates a bigger problem: loss of identity. The science fiction novel, Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley and short…
Chapter 6 Radio Programming Part 1
- 1920’s music was the primary offering as technology began advance
- 40’s & 50’s pre-tv, soap operas, drama, comedies, music was 40% of programming
Types of Radio Shows
-The Green Hornet, The Jack Benny Program, and The Lone Ranger
-comedies: Amos ‘n’ Andy, The Burns & Allen Show, the Jack Benny Program
-Amos ‘n’ Andy highly racist, white men in blackface, mimicking the manner in
which black men speak, but beloved by both whites…
be found in his friendship with Edie, the natural world, and the popular culture.
Despite Eli’s emotional difficulties with his family, he has happy childhood memories with Edie. They would ride their bikes in the woods listening to his transistor radio. Pedaling in the rhythm to the song, letting their bicycles sway and veer across the road along with the weaving music. “We raced and we each rode a stretch without our handlebars, a trick Edie had taught me” (House 14). Eli knew Edie was his best…
Identity theft is a growing problem in not just America but in the world. There are many ways that one can steal someone’s identity. Some ways include: phishing, credit card fraud, libraries, and Wifi networks. Though this problem isn’t completely avoidable there are many things that you can do to protect yourself from these thieves.
There are many organizations that have ahold of financial information for millions of people. These organizations are prime…
Framework Unit Guide
Media Production Undergraduate Framework
BA (Hons) / Dip HE / Cert HE Digital Media Design
BA (Hons) / Dip HE / Cert HE Media Production
BA (Hons) / Dip HE / Cert HE Scriptwriting for Film and Television
BA (Hons) / Dip HE / Cert HE Radio
BA (Hons) / Dip HE / Cert HE Television Production
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Developing Arguments: Overview of the Unit
1. Introduction to the Unit 4
2. Semester 1 Outline 4
3. Intended Learning Outcomes 4
segment that Snapple should target is normal or average people who think that they are quirky or different.
Snapple beverages were created to appeal to a specific market segment. The 100% natural mantra that was adopted was meant to reach this demographic. The creators of Snapple were trying to sell their product to “young, health-conscious urban professionals in…