You need to answer the following question, make and introduction and a conclusion and please use at least 6 journals out of 10 required references
Technology is making communication easier in today’s business world, but often at the expense of personal contact as many people choose to work at home in front of a computer screen. What dangers are there for a society which depends on computer screens rather than face-to-face contact for its main means of communication?
IMPORTANT: the essay will be submitted in turnitin so please do not copy exactly the same from any source or any another student paper.
ALSO IMPORTANT: the following are some of the teacher criteria evaluation, so please do the essay taking under consideration the following criteria.
1- What should an essay introduction do?
â€¢ Give general opening statements/background info.
â€¢ Re-state the set question
â€¢ Provide thesis statement
â€¢ Mention what will be included
2- What should an essay conclusion do?
â€¢ Re-state the question
â€¢ Re-state the thesis statement
â€¢ Summarise main arguments/ideas briefly
â€¢ Make final comments/recommendations
3- If your paragraphs are well structured:
â€¢ Your arguments will be well presented.
â€¢ Your arguments will be effectively structured.
â€¢ Your writing will be logical.
â€¢ Your writing will be clearer.
â€¢ It will make your writing easier to read.
4- Academic writing
â€¢ Formal register / NOT chatty!
â€¢ Generally, not written in the 1st person/ no â€˜meâ€™, â€˜Iâ€™ or â€˜myâ€™
â€¢ No contractions e.g. canâ€™t/ isnâ€™t/ wonâ€™t
â€¢ Highly structured
â€¢ Avoids vague imprecise language
â€¢ Research based
â€¢ Impersonal & emotionally neutral
â€¢ Not opinion based writing usually
â€¢ Shows range of academic vocabulary
â€¢ Lack of personal pronouns
â€¢ Shows critical thinking & analysis â€“not just descriptive
â€¢ Greater use of the passive voice
â€¢ High levels of accurate grammar, spelling and punctuation needed
5- CRITICAL ANALYSIS: Very Very important
Critical thinking has been described as â€œreasonable reflective thinking focused on deciding what to believe or do.â€