Political Science Thinking Critically: Social Networking

Political Science Thinking Critically: Social Networking

Project description
“In a 2012 study of 219 students at Ohio State University, researchers found that 68 percent of those who used Facebook had significantly lower grade point averages that those who did not”–Andrea Nakaya, “Thinking Critically: Social Networking,” ReferencePoint Press, Place San Diego CA, 2014.
Based on this finding (and other relevant ‘critical thinking’ PowerPoint slides from Topic 1), write a concise paragraph (100-150 words) in which (1) you state what is the main issue in this finding and (2) you express your own view on this main issue based on your own personal experience with social networking or social media.
To submit blogs in this course, you click on the link to the blog as it appears in one of the subheadings of Course Documents, create a blog entry by typing it, and post it. Do not submit blogs from course tools, as attachments, or as email messages because they will not be accepted. This is Blog 1 and it is worth 2 points (2 percent of your final grade).

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