Charlotte Guo (Charles Best)

Inquiry Question: How is misunderstanding produced and exerted? The project brings me many new thinkings and at the same time, it changes my point of views and gives me more angles to look at the essence while doing researches. First, when I’m looking at the word ‘misunderstanding’, I feel it is something which cannot be discussed in sections because the topic itself is so subjective. However, after reading some psychological analysis online, I changed my mind. Misunderstanding can be...Read More...
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In the round research 5, I'll mainly discuss how to fix a relationship. Most people refuse to have a further communication when misunderstanding happens, how are we going to cope with it? Notes: Be attentive to what one your partner is saying. Show concern and compassion. Remember times that make you both laugh. De-escalate conflict. Don't bring up the issues from the past. Have a basic level of trust. Be accountable for your actions and don't blame one another. Turn your negative energy...Read More...
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Discussion focuses on: How to avoid misunderstandings. To prevent misunderstanding happens, it needs both communicators and receivers make effort on it. But how? Notes: Six ways to avoid misunderstanding: ①Make sure your written communications are clear. ②Evaluate the clarity of your oral communications. ③Write all things down and repeat them. ④Watch for potential misunderstandings. ⑤Confirm all details and put them in writing. ⑥Ask others to repeat what they heard. (1) Halvorson says people...Read More...
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Misunderstanding also relates to communicators who deliver messages. So the main purpose of this round research is to discuss impacts of the communicator. Notes: In 1990, Elizabeth Newton earned a Ph.D. in psychology at Stanford by studying a simple game in which she assigned people to one of two roles: “tappers” or “listeners.” Tappers received a list of twenty-five well-known songs, such as “Happy Birthday to You” and “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Each tapper was asked to pick a song and tap...Read More...
In the round research 2, I'll mainly talk about how brain analyzes information and how the way affects the misunderstanding. Note: There're two characters that brain deals with information which is named as System 1 and System 2. While System 1 is emotional and instinctive and fast thinking, System 2 is cautious and logical and is thinking slow. (1) System 1 operates effortlessly and automatically (eating, driving and performing other activities), System 2 operates cautiously and prevents us...Read More...
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As what I mentioned in the project plan: 'When a misunderstanding occurs, the common excuse is 'you got me wrong, I didn't mean this', it means people tend to consider that receivers have responsibility for the mistake.' So in the round research 1, I'll discuss: Why people always tend to believe what they want to believe Most people don't listen to understand but listen to reply Notes: Confirmation bias is the human tendency to seek, interpret and remember information that confirms...Read More...
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Inquiry Question: How might social media affect teens(13-19 years old)? This round research focuses on: the quality and reliability of contents Blockchain solution Notes and conclusion: Social platform's main goal is to attract more users. According to the theory of Metcalfe's, the value of a telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system ( n 2 ). Whereas it leads social media to drift off the course and it ignores the most important...Read More...
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Round Research#5

Charlotte Guo (Charles Best)
Inquiry Question: How does social media affect teens(13-19 years old)? Round research#5 focuses on: How does social media affect teens' mental health why teens feel lonely while using social media sometimes How parents get involved in teens' social media using Notes: Social media can affect the mental health of teens. The level of effect, according to research, seems to go up as teens’ use goes up. Their level of contentment can decrease, and their likelihood of getting into trouble or being...Read More...
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Round Research#4

Charlotte Guo (Charles Best)
Inquiry Question: How does social media affect teens(13-19 years old)? Round research#4 focuses on: 1. How does cyberbullying affect teens? 2. How does hate speech affect teens? 3. What're other aspects that might take the negative effect on teens? Notes: Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices. Cyberbullying includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else. It can include sharing personal or private information about...Read More...
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Round Research#3

Charlotte Guo (Charles Best)
Inquiry question: How does social media affect teens (13-19 years old)? Round research#3 focuses on the positive influence that social media takes on teens: 1. How do online educations change teens' lives? 2. How do social media sites inspire teens' creativity and innovation? 3. What changes when teens create a voice on the social networking sites for the voiceless? Note: * Online education is a form of education which is delivered and administered using the Internet. From(1) * There are...Read More...
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Round Research#2

Charlotte Guo (Charles Best)
Inquiry Question: How does social media affect teens(13-19 years old)? Round research#2 focuses on: 1. How public popular consensuses lead the attitude to social media-using teens 2. The qualities and influences of these social media sites that are popular in teens 3. Teens' changes when they come to be anonymous online. Note: The majority of social media-using teens say their peers are mostly kind to one another on social network sites. Their views are less positive than those of social...Read More...
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Round Research#1

Charlotte Guo (Charles Best)
Inquiry Question: How does social media affect teens(13-19 years old)? Round research#1 focuses on: How to define social media How social media connects teens What teens share on social media How teens manage their social media sites Note: Social media nowadays refers to the sites and services that emerged during the early 2000s, including social network sites, video sharing sites, blogging and microblogging platforms, and related tools that allow participants to create and share their own...Read More...
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Project Plan

Charlotte Guo (Charles Best)
My Inquiry Question: How does social media effect teens (13-19 years old)? Name of teacher: Ms. Martin Summary of my idea Future is created by teens. Future needs teens. People over the whole world nowadays are looking at our teenagers, wondering what potential opportunities teenagers have, thinking about what kind of troubles teenagers are facing today. When we come to discuss this young generation, we can't ignore the environment we're staying at: an age of big data where social medias...Read More...
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