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"Short Research" Project and Paragraphs This Assignment is a Critical thinking and Researching Project. The total Project has5 parts and is worth 600 points. Part 1: NOTES (100 pts) Watch the Film on YouTube "Stare Into the Lights My Pretties." Take detailed notes of the Film's Assertions, Arguments, Evidences and Proofs, and Questions asked You will turn in your HAND WRITTEN notes with the finished Project. The Notes are worth 100 points. Part 2: SUMMARY (100 pts) TYPE a detailed summary of the Film's Assertions, Arguments, Evidences and Proofs, and Questions asked. Include an analysis of SOAP- the perspective of the film, the opinion of the film, the audience of the film and the purpose of the film. This summary would be at least a full page long if not Two. That is a page per hour- length. Your summary should have a correct summary opening line and SHOULD not include any type of opinion. Part 3: RESEARCH (300 pts)- Exploratory. Show what you know about MLA, research, documentation, citation, critical review (300 points- EACH paragraph is worth 100 points) Develop 3 separate research paragraphs on 3 separate (related) topics. In each perfect paragraph, utilizes support information from 3 separate sources. Thus, EACH PARAGRAPH will have 3 quotes from 3 different sources. Consider questions of suggested use, consequences, and prevention. The average adult spends the majority of their waking hours in front of some sort of scree here? Who benefits? What are the cumulative impacts on people, society and the environment? What may come next if this culture is left unchecked, to its end trajectory, and is that what we want? Your research should pick up where "Stare Into The Lights My Pretties leaves off... What should people today know about their real physical world? n or device. We're enthralled, we're addicted to these machines. How did we get hs should look at themes related to pervasive corporate interest, Your 3 paragrap digital addiction, privacy, surveillance, information manipulation, beh modification and social control. Your topic sentence should clearly identify and state which theme is being examined and include some sort of impact statement.It might be helpful figure out what the hypothetical thesis/topic sentence might be).

Part 4: WORKS CITED PAGE (50 pts) Create a (as in 1) Works Cited page depending on the format you are using. This citation page should includes all 9 (nine) sources from your 3 paragraphs. Remet your sources should be listed in alphabetical order, with "Hanging indentation Author Last name, First Name. "Article Title or Web Site Title or Heading." Source. Date of Article. Web Address. Date you Looked at it. What is cited in the body of your text must match what is listed on the Works Cited page. Now to the catch for your Research! You must cite from 5 different types of primary source material. That means you must use a combination from books, online sources, brochures, scholarly journals magazines, maps, blogs, dissertations, interviews, etc But there needs to be a wide array of sources used digital , newspapers, radio/Television media Part 5: REACTION AND OPINION (50 pts) Using the Perfect Paragraph structure, write out your response/opinion to the film, its ideas, and your research findings. This paragraph only can be written in First Person point of View. The only specific direction for this paragraph is to offer some kind of road map or direction for the future. Project Facts: Summary is due for review on Tuesday 4th, First and Second research para for review Thursday 6th, Third Research paragraph and Works Cited due for Review Tuesday Dec 11th. The entire project is due for TURN-IN and Grade Thursday Dec 13th.

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Introduction
Body
Conclusion
References


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Part one
The film explores the various changes that have occurred in human lives with the
advancement of technology in the 21st century. The argument is that people were unaware of the
impacts or influences resulting from what they themselves brought into existence, technology. It
also argues that despite the benefits associated with machines and technology like connection,
increased IQ levels, and quick processing, it has associated risks. The assertions of the film are
that technological development was funded through armed forces, bureaucracy, and corporate
power. It asserts that society is putting critical information about their lives online regardless of
the people who would be using the details negatively. It asserts that the personal details shared
online could at one time be applied against the individual in a way that would cause harm.
Meaning that surveillance whether in cameras or wireless platforms like Google poses a threat to
one’s privacy.
Most of the information that flows through Google, for instance, is surveilled. Corporates
are using technology for advertisements. However, when videos of unrelated topics pop up in
such ads, the user is tempted to watch and become addicted. Therefore, ads have become
manipulative rather than informative. Some of the evidence that machines or technology is
running human lives has been brought out in the film include:

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More than 3.8 billion individuals have internet access



A monthly count of 2 billion Facebook users (active).



An average adult tends to spend more time on screens than sleep (over eight hours every

day).


For every 5 smartphone users, 4 check their phones within the first fifteen minutes of their

waking up. People reaching the age of 70 will have already consumed a corresponding life
duration of 10 to 15 years watching the TV which is only four years of the displayed adverts.
Part Two
The film “Stare Into the Lights My Pretties” claims that technology was intentionally
brought about by humans. However, based on the drastic growth of the technological
development, it is clear that no one imagined of its consequences to the society. The film asserts
that society has become obsessed with watching to the extent that their waking hours are dictated
by the screen in different ways. The film also asserts that initially, funding of new technologies
was hard and only a few ways named ABCs were available. A represented the armed forces
including the Advanced Research Projects Agency, B represented bureaucracy which referred to
innovations like government sites for information delivery and C for corporate power purported
to drive the development of products and thus new markets.
The film also argues that social engagement has become the current driver of technology
despite the claims that Google is offering the most corporate power examples development as
Lelia Green brings out. The distributed collaborators alongside innovators have become a...

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