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Tutor profile: Nick C.

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Nick C.
Social Impact and Design Fellow at Coda Societies
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Subject: French

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Quelle est votre opinion sur la musique?

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Answer:

Pour moi, je dirais que la musique est extrêmement bénéfique pour l'auditeur. C'est à dire que l'auditeur peut ressentir moins de stress et d'anxiété. Il est également possible pour l'auditeur de comprendre et d'apprécier différentes cultures.

Subject: Writing

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What are some of the positive and negative effects of social media on the individual?

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Answer:

Technology has undoubtedly progressed at incredible speeds in recent years, producing innovations such as social media which allow for individuals to stay connected digitally regardless of physical location. One of the major benefits of utilizing social media is that users can engage with friends and family from around the world at virtually no cost. This convenience also allows for users to meet new people, join groups of people with similar interests, and discuss topics through a streamlined platform. Despite these advantages of using social media, there are also certain negative effects. For example, less face-to-face interactions may result in lower quality relationships and difficulty in developing certain social skills. Mental health may also be affected as over-reliance on social media can lead to feelings of anxiety and loneliness which can affect other aspects of one's life. Ultimately, social media, despite its innovative nature, contains both strengths and weaknesses.

Subject: Political Science

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What is John Stuart Mill's definition of "liberty" based on his text "On Liberty?" Are there limits to this "liberty?"

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John Stuart Mill views liberty is deeply rooted in the concept of individuality. He believes that individuals of any given society have the right to behave and think in any manner that they see fit as long as no one is harmed by the exercising of those rights. Mill built upon this idea with a concept known as the "harm principle" which states that a higher authority may limit the freedom of any citizen whose actions may harm others.

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