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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

A Battle Fought with not only our Fist, but also our Minds!


      When a conflict occurs people are changed by it. Those changes consist of their reputation, their finance, and their land, but before we start talking about we also have to go over the external and internal conflicts and how the people are affected by that. Internal conflicts are build around how the human mind, or the mind of a living creature, reacts to certain scenarios. For instance, a spy will have to solve the conflicts he faces in his mind and to the people around him since they are his enemy. An internal conflict is basically someone trying to solve a conflict in their head. On the other hand, external conflicts are centered around man vs man or man vs animal, vice-versa. Which is demonstrated through fighting, battles, and raids. When either an internal or an external conflict occurs the man that is undergoing could suffer from their reputation, in which their name falls under, "the man who failed" demonstrating a person who failed at their task. To continue on, people's finance could be decreased too because they have to spend money on their external conflict (protection, materials, shelter) or spend medication on their internal conflict (Drugs, medicine). Not to mention, that person could also lose owned land. This could happen when his or her country is conquered in war and is taken over by enemies. Or the person makes the wrong financial decision resulting in bankruptcy or lack of money. On the other hand, some conflicts could be fortunate for the person, for instance, the person reputation could enlarge if the person earns an achievement in war or a gain in land because he or she occupies newly conquered land. Overall people can be can be changed by conflicts in a positive and in a negative way. 
     The internet is very recent invention, but none the less it has impacted society more than ever. Both positive and in negative ways, some include but not limited to, easy ways to find answers to your questions, easier to communicate (long range, before the internet you had to write postcards now you merely have to send an email and the person on the other side of the globe will receive it in seconds). Also illegal software is free to download resulting in lesser spending (music, games, education programs, etc.), important for companies to advertise online, it's an efficient way to work; if you're sick you can still follow the lesson at home because of the internet or if you want to spend a day on and not miss work (work at home and still see your family even though you’re working.) The internet has also resulted in am improvement in organisation. Though the internet does have its cons too. The internet is responsible for altering the social behaviour, habits and abilities of people (especially children are often badly influenced by the internet). Less talking and interaction amongst the family because they are surfing the internet. Meeting bad influences on the internet which to contributes to drastic change in behaviour. Less security. (You have to buy antivirus programs and update them to preventing your computer from being hacked and all your personal information being read. Including pin. People could blackmail you with this.) Also, children will know more about the “technical world than the real world” meaning that they know how to do simple chores. considering these pros and cons of the internet I predict that the internet will improve society through communication and work.


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  2. Rens,
    I loved your post and I saw that you did a good job on balancing techniques with sentence structure but I think you can go deeper with this post. You state the example and describe it but you don't explain, because in the end, it is easy to find these answers but what we are looking for is an analysis connecting it to the unit question, when power collides, how people are changed by conflict. Over all you did a good job!