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|Source 1 Title and Citation: Social Networks Can Be Forums For Cyber Bullying |
|Foxman, Abraham, and Cyndi Silverman. "Social Networking Sites Can Be Forums for Cyber bullying." Are Social Networking Sites |
|Harmful? Ed. Stefan Kiesbye. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2011. |

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|1 |Identify the principal issue presented by the |The ...view middle of the document...

Yes, some states did set up |
| | |prohibitions against bullying but this article lacked specific details of |
| | |what the actuals laws were. There are no known examples. |
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|4 |Do you find the source credible? Explain your |Yes I did the sources to be credible. I found the source to be credible |
| |reasoning. |because the author cited their sources correctly. The accuracy of the cited |
| | |sources supports was written in the article. Most of the sources used for |
| | |this article were written within the past 10 years which coincides with the |
| | |rise in new era interconnectedness. |
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|5 |Identify and name any rhetorical devices used |A rhetorical device that was used by the author was loaded questions. An |
| |by the author. Explain your reasoning. |example of a loaded used in this articles is “What tools do we have to fight|
| | |back?” The question that was asked assumes that the tools to fight back are |
| | |already known. If we knew how to fight against bullying then we wouldn’t be |
| | |having the problems we have today. |
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|6 |Identify and name any fallacies used by the |The fallacy that was used was the “Appeal to Popularity”. The author used |
| |author. Explain your reasoning. |this fallacy because cyber bullying is at the forefront of this nation |
| | |currently. Ninety-nine percent of people agree that bullying in any form is |
| | |a nuisance and something needs to be done to fix this lingering problem. It |
| | |is a serious issue that needs to be dealt with accordingly. |
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|7 |State one argument made by the author. |The argument throughout this article is that something needs to be done ...

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