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debating and persuasion skills university level conducting a debate oxford styld
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debating and persuasion skills university level conducting a debate oxford styld
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Oxford debate
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11 minutes 1 second
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Listening comprehension
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1. Fill the gap.
… as one of your guest speakers, this evening I would like to start by saying that I amcertainly not against social media.
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I am certainly notto this semi-regular ....
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… as an Australian student, social media allows me tostay in contact with my friends and family around the world.
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More importantly, still social media acts as a positivefor many people living in developing countries.
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The motion put before us tonight is about thethat social media can have on our interaction on our relationships and on each …
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We are growing more and more dependent ongratification.
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… living in the digital universe, and it isthe way that we act with each other.
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It falls on me to introduce tonight's.
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… Morgan'smanagement division and as a regular attendee at all of the finest night clubs at Oxford,
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Of cyberbullying and I look very muchto hearing what you have to say tonight.
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This research was conducted in 2014, and the numbers have been growingsince that time.
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Now the opposition would have you believe that this data is.
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theof the data simply does not lie.
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… eatingin young people and I'm,
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In the first instance, as someone whose immediate family has been directly affected by theof an eating disorder .
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Thefact that Facebook and Instagram have simple methods for reporting self, harming and suicidal content is respectable.
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The answer is one that I think we allknow by being constantly presented with highlyviews of our peers ,
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And that is the very essence of.
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In Facebook's recent fake News.
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thisof information, this filtering of our reality is once again at the veryof what corruption really is.
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… rather than people who are professional truth is quickly being replaced with speed and access and journalisticis …
22. Fill the gap.
And if you think we are I wouldyou to be more skeptical.
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