Cyber Stalking: A Comparison of Two Articles
Long before the advent of popular media, researchers and sociologists would carry out studies and publish their findings in scholarly journals. These journals could be accessed to from public libraries or school libraries. The same applies to scholarly works such as theses and dissertations. However, with the birth of the internet and the worldwide web, scholarly content has been easily and widely accessible. The worldwide web came with it information search engines and content could be easily accessed by searching keywords using sites such as “Google Search”. This has been amplified by the rise of internet articles and blogging. This essay compares and contrasts two articles – a scholarly article and a web publication – to draw the similarities and differences between the two. While the two may be different, web publications draw largely from published scholarly empirical works.
Comparing and Contrasting
In the article Perceptions of Cyberstalking Among College Students, Smoyak et al., (2005) investigate the issue of cyberstalking by gathering data from a sizeable number of university students. On the other hand, Muller’s (2015) article published on Psychology Today Cyberstalking yet to be Taken as seriously as it Should outline several ills of cyberstalking such as fear and social withdrawal by drawing experiences captured in a report. Smoyak’s article gathers empirical data from a sample (756 students from different universities) on their use and experiences with socia…
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