Read the articles and write a personal reflection on them.

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Please read the following articles and write a personal reflection on them (the word file has suggested questions and sources to use).


Showing critical thinking, moving from experience to critical reflection on ideas and issues.

- Approximately 3-4 pages, double spaced (about 700 words).

- Make sure to use the proper citations (source).

- No Plagiarism.

Journals are a learning tool, a powerful way for you to clarify your own experiences and observations and connect them to new concepts.

Journal is an opportunity to explore hunches, questions, and associations with less emphasis on meeting the polished standards of formal writing.

Some starting points for personal responses & critical responses:
- An example from my own experience of one of the key points here is...
- Some questions raised for me are...
- A quotation that is important for me is... because...
- A new insight I had is...
- A pattern I notice is...
- It is ironic that...
- Some things I didn’t understand are...
- A point I particularly disagree with in this article / our discussion is... because...
- I agree that... because...
- One assumption that... makes is... evident in...
- Some limitations and problems I see are...
- This material is similar to or different from... because...

Suggested questions:
- What is (are) the main point(s) of the article? What are the key ideas?
- What ideas were new / startling / changed your thinking about non-profit organizations?
- What questions did the article raise for you – things that you want to understand or discuss?

The topic is community. Everyone please read the articles by Putnam. Recommended: DeFilippis, Fisher & Shragge (link), Toennies, de Tocqueville, Putnam & Feldstein (coursepack). Questions for the journal: 1. 2. 3. 4. How is community changing? What are the implications of the idea of community for those in the nonprofit sector? Is social capital declining? How might it be changing? How do industrialization and / or neoliberalism affect our sense of community? Robert Putnam http://muse.jhu.edu/article/16643 de Tocqueville http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/DETOC/ch2_05.htm DeFilippis et al http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-2427.2006.00680.x/pdf

Tutor Answer

TutorMichelle
School: UCLA

Hello, I am sorry, that paper is in MLA, here is the correct paper in APA

Running head: LIBRARY

Library
Student’s Name

Institution Affiliation

LIBRARY

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The impacts of modern technology are felt in every sector. It is interesting to find that the
Internet, which is a result of new technology is not only affecting the social lives if the people
but every aspect of an individual. It is true that the Internet is one of the best innovations of the
20th Century. The Internet is causing great changes to the way people lived and conducted
themselves. Look at the social lives, today due to the Internet on can communicate easily with
their loved ones from wherever they are. Another impact of the Internet is seen in the education
sector. Today, one does not have to go to a library to access books or journals. All materials are
available on the Internet. Doesn't mean that the Internet has made physical libraries outdated?

Initially, libraries were special rooms wh...

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