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Cyberspace and Identity

Summary: Provides a summary and response to Sherry Turkle's article "Cyberspace and Identity." Considers each of the four main points Turkle uses to establish her argument.
Multiple identities have been increased by the creation of cyberspace communications according to "Cyberspace and Identity" by Sherry Turkle. Turkle uses four main points to establish this argument. Her first point is that online identity is a textual construction. Secondly she states that online identity is a consequence-free moratorium. Turkle's third point is online identity expands real identity. Finally, her last point states that online identity illustrates a cultural concept of multiplicity. I disagree with many aspects of her argument and I have found flaws in her argument. Technology is an area that does not stand still and consequently outpaced Turkle's argument.

First, Turkle states that cyberspace makes it possible to alter the textual representation according. Textual construction allows users to change their appearance or behavior with a couple strokes on the keyboard. People are given the chance to express themselves in a different light because of the...

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