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ITMG 371 Week 2 Forum

ITMG 371 Week 2 Forum

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1) When looking at the chronology of the development of the Internet, which development do you believe to be the most important? Why?
2) In terms of online users, are the genders equally represented? How about for minorities? What types of resources are available online, specifically for men? How valuable to you believe these resources are? What types of resources are available online, specifically for women? How valuable to you believe these resources are? Are there resources available to specific ethnicities?
3) If you know of any good web sites with resources for men, please share the URLs and tell us why you feel the site is of value to men. If you know of any good web sites with resources for women, please share the URLs and tell us why you feel the site is of value to women.
4) How beneficial are health and medical web sites? How reliable is the information?
5) The Internet has been championed as inherently democratic. Do you agree? Are there reasons why this theory is flawed? Why?
6) Provide the URL of at least two sites that discuss the impact of the Internet on any one of the concepts discussed this week and provide a brief review of the information contained there. Did you learn anything new? Were you surprised by any of the information presented on the site?


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