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Reflection 3

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AUTHOR: Nora Dunne

PUBLISHED Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

First Impression: Confessions about love

Quote from the article: “Some of [the comments] were very harsh and judgmental, and I didn’t want people to feel like they couldn’t trust me with their secrets, that the place wouldn’t be safe any longer,”

5 things I’ve learned from the article:

  1. 1.       Contributors do have to be careful about identifying others in their confessions or comments.
  2. 2.       Being responsible and careful for the things you confess is part of an ethical issue.
  3. 3.       Confessions are part of human nature.
  4. 4.       It is easier to share secrets in the internet rather than the community around you.
  5. 5.       Confessions should primarily be understood not be judged.

5 integrative questions:

  1. 1.       What are the actions that can be done to ensure security of the contributors?
  2. 2.       What are other ethical issues that are in favor of sharing secrets?
  3. 3.       How does it help us humans by nature?
  4. 4.       Does the number of audience you shared your confession with matters?
  5. 5.       How should we deal with confessions?


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