Two-way Street Setting & Symbolism

Lauren Barnholdt
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MySpace

MySpace is a social networking website that was incredibly popular in the days before Facebook, and slightly less so now. People create profiles, add photos and message their friends on MySpace. In this story, everyone seems to use it, especially to check up on each other and to find out information. Courtney uses MySpace to try to find out more about Jordan's girlfriend, and Jordan thinks Courtney is in a relationship with Lloyd because of a message he left on Courtney's page. Because of things like this, MySpace fuels a lot of paranoia and second-guessing, which leads to some crazy behavior such as Jocelyn spying on B.J. There is evidence that the author disapproves of some aspects of MySpace, while recognizing its importance to young people. Jordan remarks that the internet has changed the way people interact for the worse and Courtney says that MySpace will...

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