Please, look at the original, marked and graded essays. See where you need to make changes. These should not be merely grammar and syntax changes. There may be places where you did not express yourself clearly, or where you need to strengthen transition or topic sentences. There may be the need to change the order of paragraphs or provide further analysis or explanation of your points.
There are two essays (see attached) and I submitted them as one order because I want it to be done by the same writer. The first one is about Social Media. Initial requirements for this essay:
Consider the impact social media has on their development as human beings, and in turn how the relationship between social media and social relationships influences their ability to mature as adults. Utilize two of the articles below throughout the paper to support your argument.
“Instagram, Facebook, and the Perils of ‘Sharenting’” by Hua Hsu in The New Yorker
“The Limits of Friendship” by Maria Konnikova in The New Yorker
“Parent’s Dilemma: When to Give Children Smartphones” by Betsy Morris in The Wall Street Journal
“The Empathy Diaries” by Sherry Turkle in Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age (Penguin Press, New York, 2015)
The second essay is about Gender. Initial requirements for this essay:
Take a moment to think about the cultural expectations of people in the U.S. How can society work to mitigate the impact of gender stereotypes? What strategies can people use to dismantle gender stereotypes in U.S. culture? Utilize two of the articles below throughout the paper to support your argument.
Devor, “Becoming Members of Society”
Kimmel, “Bros Before Hoes”
Cahn, “Testing Women in Sports”