Poor communication skills 1 A. Critical thinking can simply be defined as the disciplined process of actively evaluation, analysing, conceptualising, application and synthesizing of information. This information may have been attained through observation, reasoning, and experience. There are challenges and conditions in life that can stand in the way of clear, coherent and cogent reasoning.
Hence, I would like to offer my rebuttal to your point to prove that technology is NOT more of a boon than a bane to society.
First of all, you have failed to clearly define the term "technology". There are several different definitions of "technology" found on the Internet.
These are a few of the many definitions available: Cambridge Dictionaries Online Without providing a clear definition of "technology", all your arguments that prove that technology is more of a boon than a bane to society might no longer be sound as you fail to be specific.
Hence, I have every reason to believe that your argument is invalid. In addition, you stated that online technology social networking sites helps the world to connect.
You mentioned that people can make use of social networking sites to do business by advertising, or socialise by interacting with friends both locally and globally, adding them to your circle of friends.
Thus, "the friend that they add will be able to read and get the latest information on what their friends are doing". Quoted directly from argument. I have to point out that you have no evidence to prove that what you stated is from an updated, credible, or even existing source.
Apart from that, technology makes people "overly-exposed" to the public, making them vulnerable to the public. Consumer Reports in America surveyed 2, online households, including 1, that are active on Facebook.
According to the survey, people have a tendency to share too much about their lives on their Wall, Timeline or whatever Facebook interface they prefer. This is as good as inviting a burglar to your house as you just announced that you are going to be away; or telling a robber where is the most convenient place you could be robbed, by telling him where you would be.
Another 13 million users left the privacy controls on Facebook completely unchanged, or did not even know that they existed. CBC News Without a doubt, online technology like social networking sites has certainly allowed users to "connect" with their friends in order to keep in touch.
However, because of this, users want to share as much information on the sites as possible, posting a lot of personal data.
This makes users of social networking sites become vulnerable to strangers and the public. In simpler words, they become "overly-exposed". All in all, I believe that technology is NOT more of a boon than a bane to society, as it overly exposes users of online technology to the public, making them vulnerable.
Hence, I would like to reiterate that the motion "Technology is more of a boon than a bane to society" shall fall!The hospitality industry is gearing up to cash in on business from transit passengers who may extend their stay in the UAE once new regulations are in place later this year.
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