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Tutor profile: Kaitlyn D.

Kaitlyn D.
Lead Staff Writer for Fine Arts Office

Questions

Subject: Writing

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What does a well-constructed thesis look like?

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Answer:

A well-constructed thesis involves simple, clear language that addresses the overarching purpose of a paper. It is important to make your thesis argumentative and constructive in a way that avoids open-ended language. For instance, if I am writing about phones and my argument is about their addictive nature, my thesis can look like "Smartphones use artificial intelligence, algorithms, and personalized advertisements to instill prolonged usage."

Subject: English

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What is the difference between first-person and third-person storytelling.

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Answer:

First-person storytelling often uses pronouns like "I," "me," "myself" while telling a story from an individual's perspective. The first-person storytelling usually involves more emotional statements, intimate anecdotes, and other elements that portray that the narrator is the one that is actively involved with the story. Third-person storytelling usually has a narrator that is not involved in the story and uses pronouns like "she," "he," "them," when addressing other characters. The story is less involved since it is more concerned with the story than it is about the narrator.

Subject: Digital Media

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Question:

How can social media be both a positive and negative outlet for young adults?

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Answer:

Social media can bring young people together, offer this demographic an array of previously inaccessible information, and a way to create positive change in their community. However, social media can also bring about social isolation, can be used as a predatory tool, and can instill negative self-thoughts.

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