The Final Argument PaperMust be 1,100 to 1,400 words in length, double-spaced, (not including the title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlinedMust include a separate title page with the following: Title of paperStudent’s nameCourse name and numberInstructor’s nameDate submittedMust use at least three scholarly sources in addition to the course text. The Scholarly, Peer Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources table offers additional guidance on appropriate source types. If you have questions about whether a specific source is appropriate for this assignment, please contact your instructor. Your instructor has the final say about the appropriateness of a specific source for a particular assignment.Must document all sources in APA style as outlined (for more information about how to create an APA reference list see).Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined This final assignment is designed to involve all of the main skills that you have learned during this course. In particular, your paper should demonstrate the ability to construct a deductively valid or inductively strong argument, clearly and accurately explain your reasoning, use high-quality academic sources to support the premises of your argument, fairly and honestly evaluate contrary arguments and objections, and identify fallacies and biases that occur within the arguments or objections presented.You will continue to build on the arguments that you are presented in your previous two papers. In particular,, you will present a final improved version of your argument for your thesis that you begin for the Week One Assignment and fully address the objection that you developed for your Week Three Assignment. You will need to research a minimum of three scholarly sources Write: in your paper Explain the topic you are addressing and your position on it. Provide a preview of your paper and a statement of your thesis in your opening paragraph. [Approximately 100 words] For help crafting a good thesis statement, Present your main argument for your thesis in standard form, with each premise and the conclusion on a separate line. Clearly indicate whether your argument is intended to be inductive or deductive. Follow up the presentation of your argument by clarifying the meaning of any premises that could use some explanation. [About 150 words] If your argument is deductive, then it should be valid (in the strict logical sense of the word); if it is inductive, then it should be strong. Make sure to avoid committing logical fallacies within your argument (e.g., begging the question). Additionally, the premises should be true, to the best of your knowledge. If one of your premises has a pretty obvious counter-example, then you should either fix the argument so that it does not have this flaw, or later, in your paper (steps three through five) you should address the apparent counter-example (showing that it does not really refute the truth of your premise). Arguments that are not valid, not very strong, commit fallacies, or that have counter-examples that are not adequately addressed will not receive full credit. Provide supporting evidence for the premises of your argument. [Approximately 350 words] Pay special attention to those premises that could be seen as controversial. Evidence may include academic research sources, supporting arguments (arguments whose conclusions are premises of the main argument), or other ways of demonstrating the truth of those premises. This section should include at least one scholarly research source. Explain a strong objection to your argument. [Approximately 250 words] Study what people on the other side of this question think about your reasoning and present the best possible objection that someone could have to your argument. Do not commit the straw man fallacy here. Reference at least one scholarlyresearch source. See the “Practicing Effective Criticism” section of Chapter 9 of the course text for more information.Defend your argument against the objection. [Approximately 200 words] Once you have presented the objection, indicate clearly how you might respond to it. It is acceptable to admit that reasonable people might disagree with you or that there might be an area in which your argument could be further strengthened, but you should do your best to explain why your argument is sound or cogent despite the objections. Provide an appropriate conclusion. [Approximately 75 words] For guidance about how to develop a conclusion see the Introductions and ConclusionRunning head: SOCIAL MEDIA AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Social media and interpersonal relationships
Patricia Perry
Instructor: Luke Van Horn
Ashford University
PHI103: Informal Logic (ACL1647H)
November 21, 2016
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Does social media enhance or hinder interpersonal relationships?
In this essay, I will answer the question, ‘Does social media enhance or hinder
interpersonal relationships?’ I will present an argument showing how social media has positive
impact on people’s relationships from youths, teenagers to adults.
Premise 1: Social media is everywhere in the world and can easily be accessed by different
groups of people. Social media can be accessed through phones, tablets and computers.
In today’s electronic market, every device has social media applications. People using the
devices have options of the type of social media that they can use (Sparrowe, Liden, Wayne &
Kraimer, 2001). Some of the applications include Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, Skype and
WhatsApp among others. There is no limitation of access in these applications.
Premise 2: Social media helps people keep in touch with their families and friends.
Almost every person in the world uses at least one of the social media apps. The
applications have created a platform where family members can have their talks irrespective of
the distances between them (Ryan & Deci, 2000). They have had chances of even forming
family and friends groups where they discuss matters related to their relationships.
Premise 3: Social media enables people to share what is important with the people they love.
Through the use of social media, people are able to gather information which they share
with their loved ones. There are times when important information is posted in the social media
forums which is then shared to other people (DeVito, 2015). As a result, sharing of vital
information becomes simplified through the use of social media. The important information can
also be spread easily across large groups of people.
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P4: Social media enhances continued growth of connections between people
As people connect through the social media, their connectivity network grows and
becomes widened. People from different parts of the world get a chance of interacting and
growing their understanding about each other (Sparrowe, Liden, Wayne & Kraimer, 2001).
Connections allow people to develop their knowledge and understanding of people from
different cultural groups, beliefs and nations.
P5: Social media may distance people with the ones they live with while strengthening distant
connections
When people use social media as a way of communication, they may seem to have no
time for the people they live under the same roof with (Ryan & Deci, 2000). On the other hand,
they may seem to have better connections with those living far while forgetting about the people
right in front of them.
Conclusion: Social media can keep people connected thus enhancing interpersonal relationships
between people that one is related to.
Social media creates a platform where people keep in touch irrespective of their
distances. Family ties are also strengthened through the social media as people can share what is
important with their family members (DeVito, 2015). Although social media may be said to be
distancing people that one lives with, relationships are hard to break through the use of social
media. People only use social media to have wider connections and better relationships with
people from different places. The connections are aimed at making them better in the society
through gaining knowledge and understanding of important features. As a result, social media is
more of a connecting platform thus does not destroy the relationships that people have.
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References
Sparrowe, R. T., Liden, R. C., Wayne, S. J., & Kraimer, M. L. (2001). Social networks and the
performance of individuals and groups. Academy of management journal, 44(2), 316-325.
Ryan, R. M., & Deci, E. L. (2000). Self-determination theory and the facilitation of intrinsic
motivation, social development, and well-being. American psychologist, 55(1), 68.
DeVito, J. A. (2015). Interpersonal Communication Book. Pearson Education Limited.
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Social Media and Interpersonal Relationships
Patricia Perry
PHI 103: Informal Logic
Luke Van Horn
12/05/2016
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Introduction
There is no doubt that the social network coverage is vast and the platforms are endless,
this is partly because of the availability of a diverse number of digital gadgets that have become
more and more accessible. However, the usage of this social media sites has also been
detrimental to our daily lives. In this essay I will attempt to shed more light on how social media
can hinder interpersonal relationship and also be detrimental to people’s daily activities.
Premise 1: Social media has led to lack of communication leading to breakdown of family ties
Social media has also led to reduced family time more especially amongst the younger
generation. They opt to spend much more time communicating with their peers; adolescent lives
are guided and characterized by the privatization of and the present multimedia environment
(Paul, 2015). The teenagers and the young in general spend much of their time on the digital
gadgets and less time with their parents and guardians. This influences much of how they grow
and their behavior at large.
Premise 2: Social media leads to intrusion of people’s private lives
Social media sites require a lot of information whenever someone wants to join them;
people are required to fill in personal details, age and location of where they stay. This leads to a
lot of exposure and a lack of privacy. People are forced to maintain anonymity by giving false
information which makes no sense of actually being a part of it. The information that you get of
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other supposed friends would actually be false making it pointless to have friends through the
site in the first place (Baruah, 2012).
Premise 3: Social media sites membership is not growing but stalling
Facebook has been seen as the leading social media site for a number of years. However,
in this last couple of years its growth has stalled. Figures of other professional sites like LinkedIn
have however shown an increase, they jumped to 50\% of college educated adults (Pew Research,
2015). This lack of growth in some sites and growth in others that are work or career related sites
is prove that people now prefer other ways of getting in touch, and only make use of the sites
when it is really necessary like in the case of growing ones career.
Premise 4: Social media has hampered direct relationships between companies and customers
With the introduction of social networking sites, many companies now have their own
web pages and social network pages where they interact with their customers and get feedback.
Despite their benefits as easier communication tools and a real time feedback platform, these
sites have made the companies lose touch with their customers. Social media sites have
hampered the direct contact; the advantage that a company can derive from a face to face dealing
with their customers simply should not be replaced. It gives the customers a feel that the
company is not really concerned about them which is damaging to the growth of the company
(Baruah, 2012).
Premise 5: Social media sites lack effective privacy control making them a target for ulterior
motives by the people
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Social media sites are so easy to join and in turn have become a place of infringing
people’s lives that even criminals and criminal gangs have used as targets. The sites lack
effective privacy controls and so can be used by people with ulterior motives to cause harm to
others. The most affected group of people is the young who can be enticed by fictitious users
then can be kidnapped or taken advantage of. There are also numerous cases of harassments,
stalking and a host of other scams (Baruah, 2012).
Conclusion
The effect of social media on our day to day activities cannot be understated; it is and
will remain to be a big part of our daily lives. However, its negative effects have become equally
detrimental to our lives and how relate with one another. The challenge that we now face is how
to find a balance considering the fact that social media and technology is here to stay. We need
to have a culture of self-regulation and control to have these digital tools under our control and
not the other way round.
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References
Pew Research. (2015) Social Media Update 2014. Pew Research Internet Group. Retrieved from
https://www.pewinternet.org/2015/01/09/social-media-update-2014/pi_2015-0109_social-media_01/
Paul, A., M. (2015). “You’ll Never Learn!” 2013 Back to the Lake. Ed Thomas Cooley. 3rd ed.
New York: Norton 716-21. Print
Baruah, T.D. (2012). “Effectiveness of Social Media as a tool of communication and its potential
for technology enabled connections: A micro-level study.” Krishna Kanta Handiqui State
Open University, India International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications,
Volume 2, Issue 5. Web. Accessed 4 Dec. 2016.

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