Note: sehr gut (-) Klausur zur Digital Age / Social Media mit MEDIATION aus der EF
PART I (Text A) Task 1 (Comprehension): Outline the reasons why Murray decided to deactivate his Facebook account. Task 2 (Analysis): Analyze how the author gets his message across using language (stylistic devices, tone, choice of words). Exam no. 2- The Digital Age Task 3 (Comment): Comment on the decision to opt out of social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. Consider your own social media behavior as well. PART II (Text B) Task 4 (Mediation): Your English friend Warren is worried about being addicted to social media. He found an interesting study about social media addiction on the internet. Unfortunately, it is in German and he doesn't understand it. He kindly asks you to summarize the most important points of the article for him in English. Write him an e-mail in which you summarize the most important aspects. con • distraction get infos •creeps/ Stacks •have Mox ou can *call or bulliz 1 austreten 3 use sus • need wift see different life styles 2 • data have ur person JETARGific friends /people 1 around the world 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Sorry Facebook, but I think we need space. I deleted Facebook Well, sort of. I deactivated Facebook. Regardless, it's still big for someone my age to do so. I deactivated my Facebook not because I think my friends are annoying, or there's nothing to do on Facebook; I actually find Facebook quite useful to be...
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honest. I deactivated my Facebook because I didn't feel like my Facebook was mine. I feel like my Facebook exists to give my personal information to Facebook, so that Facebook can sell it to other companies so that they can use more of that "smart" advertising that everyone loves and cares about. most of it are thoughts and opinions There is also a four-minute video that was posted to YouTube called "Delete Facebook." This is what actually informed me on why I should, and did, delete/deactivate Facebook. My belief Gedanken is that social media sites are meant to be for your use. You should feel in control of all aspects of what you do on any social media. As it is, I thought it was strange when friends could see where I was through Google maps and if I'm on my phone if they clicked on my Facebook message in chat. A Tantastic analogy used in the video was: Town Opinion Text A Let's pretend that Facebook is one of your friends, one of your friends that you trust with your LIFE. And then you learn that your best friend has started storing photos of you... and all your text conversations... and every site that you have ever been to [...]. If you're telling me you wouldn't end that relationship, you're lying to yourself and me. Facebook has tried so hard to be a likeable, completely connected and inseparable² part of people's lives, and it's done so successfully! Facebook has nearly 1.15 BILLION users! That means that 16.4 percent of the world's population is on Facebook. But now Facebook is storing and automating all those people's status updates as well as their info. Matthias, the YouTuber who created the video "Delete Facebook" had another stunning analogy³. Immediately after his previous example of Facebook being a friend, he moves on to say, "But guess what? Facebook isn't that friend! It's the creep that lives under the bridge, that now has ALL of your precious information, and they're selling it to other creeps, under other bridges!" Maybe one day I'll reactivate my Facebook, but in all honesty, it's kind of nice not having a Facebook. I don't feel the need to endlessly prowl my newsfeed for funny posts or important information from friends. If something is actually important, people have my phone number or I'll find out. I even ended up asking myself, "Why am I on Facebook to begin with?" The answer is simple, everyone else is. But why are they on Facebook as well? So, until a date unknown, I push Facebook aside and now I am met with freedom. Murray Rosenbaum (17 years), Huffington Post online. 9th June, 2014 ● sown experience 1st person informal thought opinions examples or referring to imaginable consequenos fact that lots of peope have it ·adresses teenies M 2 unzertrennbar Vergleich, Analogie *here: durchstöbem 472 words Text B Studie zeigt: 100.000 Jugendliche sind süchtig nach Social Media- das sind die gefährlichen Folgen Sie chatten, posten, liken - und das meist bis spät in die Nacht: In Deutschland sollen 100.000 Kinder und Jugendliche süchtig nach sozialen Medien sein. Schlafmangel, soziale Isolation. oder Depressionen sind mögliche Folgen der Sucht. Das ist das Ergebnis einer aktuellen Studie der Deutschen Angestellten Krankenkasse (DAK) und dem Deutschen Zentrum für Suchtfragen am Universitätsklinikum Hamburg Eppendorf (UKE). Für die Studie befragte das Meinungsforschungsinstitut Forsa 1001 Jungen und Mädchen im Alter von zwölf bis 17 Jahren. DAK-Vorstandschef Andreas Storm bezeichnete die Ergebnisse als alarmierend". Demnach verbringen Jungen und Mädchen zwischen zwölf und 17 Jahren durchschnittlich rund zweieinhalb Stunden täglich mit sozialen Medien. Spitzenreiter in der Nutzung ist der Messenger-Dienst WhatsApp, gefolgt von Instagram und Snapchat. Mädchen sind der Studie zufolge länger in sozialen Medien unterwegs als Jungen - im Schnitt knapp über drei Stunden pro Tag. Jungs surfen dagegen im Schnitt circa eine halbe Stunde weniger im sozialen Netz. Je länger und häufiger Kinder und Jugendlichen online sind, desto höher ist das Suchtrisiko. „Viele Kinder und Jugendliche chatten, posten und liken von früh bis in die Nacht", sagte Storm. Einige rutschen so in die Abhängigkeit. Besonders alarmierend sei der Zusammenhang zwischen Social-Media-Sucht und Depressionen, sagte Storm. Denn wer von sozialen Medien abhängig ist, habe ein höheres Risiko, an einer Depression zu erkranken. Es könne auch passieren, dass sich depressive Kinder und Jugendliche häufiger in die virtuelle Welt zurückziehen und deshalb ein Suchtverhalten entwickeln. „In jedem Fall verstärken sich die beiden Faktoren, so dass eine ernste gesundheitliche Gefahr droht", so Storm. Bei Kindern und Jugendlichen führt die häufige Beschäftigung mit Social Media laut Studie auch zu negativen sozialen Auswirkungen. Jeder dritte Befragte nutzt soziale Medien, um nicht an unangenehme Dinge denken zu müssen, Bei den Mädchen sind es sogar 40 Prozent. Knapp ein Viertel der Befragten bekommt wegen der Nutzung sozialer Medien zu wenig Schlaf. Jeder Fünfte streitet mit den Eltern über das Thema Social Media, bei den 12- bis 13-Jährigen sogar jeder Dritte. 13 Prozent sind unglücklich, wenn sie keine sozialen Medien nutzen können. Acht Prozent der Befragten sind mit allen Freunden ausschließlich über soziale Medien in Kontakt. Kinder müssten lernen, mit digitalen Medien umzugehen, fordert die DAK. Sie sollten Chancen und Risiken dieser Medien sehen. Aber auch Eltern, Lehrer und Erzieher brauchten Unterstützung, damit sie Kinder im digitalen Zeitalter kompetent auf ihrem Weg begleiten können. Source: https://www.derwesten.de/panorama/studie-zeigt-100-000-jugendliche-sind-suechtig-nach- social-media-das-sind-die-gefaehrlichen-folgen-id213600893.html English no.2 The blogost, Sorry Facebook, but I think we need space" by Murray Rosenbaum, published in 9th June 2014 on Huffington Post online, is about the author's decision to deactivate the social media platform Facebook and the reasons, which lead her to do it. Rosenbaum finds it quite difficult to deactivate this platform in the beginning, but she has thoughts, that her personal information is given away for successful advertisings. She gets the courage to set her decision into ac- tion by watching a video by the Youtuber Matthias who compares Facebook to friends who betray you or creeps who stalk you. After thinking about all clisadvanta- ges by using Facebook, Rosenbaum asks herself #ce about a comprehensive advan- tage while using social media applications & and claims herself as 'free'. 2That there it doesn't make sense to use Facebook of except getting & bes. yourself into clanger or having an ob- Session, is * main message the 17 years old author's message. In the # By referring to style, tone and register of to Murray's blogpost, I'm going to analyze how she gets the above mentioned message across. First of all, it is clear that the blogpost is. written in an informal way. The reasons Grane Morray's opinions and thoughts, which tive 7 aren't confirmed by authoritys and consequent All in all, the author brings her message. Mly not credible. She also uses the colloquial across by telling facts, exampees people partly informa. language instead of terminology at makes can relate to and mostly talking about. it obvious, that she isn't an expert, when her own experiences. it comes to this topic. Examples are 2 by using the social media platform.,, Let's pretend that facebook is one of your friends. [...]" is a good example to this aspect. She also uses some facts like Facebook having, nearly 1.155 billion users" (cf. L.23) etc. To make her text more credible, Rosenbaums refers to examples or imaginable f Rosenbaum mentions that it is something big to come to conclusions like hers for people her age in the 4th line. 17 year old, The fact that she's a ter makes it obvious that she mainly adresses teenagers. her own correction, mamily, I deleted Face - 3 The amount of social media platforms book. Well, sort of "in first line and increases. 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I for sure can help you with it. to to stalk somebody and haress their portrate = privacy. This article talks about the consequences of getting addicted to social media. Thousands of minors are obsessed with these in Germany and sleep-issues, depression and having proplems in social life are one of the most dangereous consequences. have data you give away to somebody to come to this conclusion a german study T (-) An another important fact is your perso- these facts. It is true that you can make friends or contact them but it has no use without having wifi If you need to contact somebody you can. call this person or write a SMS. It is also obvious that it is easies " user you don't know. There's no doubt that people easily get. bulled on these platform. It can come to the point that the victim no more no more sense in life and decides to sees commit suicide. Q My last and strongest argument to topic is the distraction. With this to intervied teenagers. The longer you are on these platforms, the bigger gets the risk to be addicted. If you are addicted. you can consequently get depressed easily and distance yourself from social life. It is also the cause of having with your parents. arguments. cocial media the point ke doing homework I hope I could help you with my forget your actual tasks" and keep yourself away from reallife. translation. If you need help, contact. me whenever Can. you Taking all the above mentioned aspects into consideration, I come to the Love conclusion that it is the night decision to delete social media applications, g Zeynep