SUBJECT AREA English Language
CREATED ON 10th August 2017
COMPLETED ON 10th August 2017
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How social media is detrimental to young people today

500 word essay including a working thesis for feedback. would like to see at least one fully embedded quote with a signal phrase and a corresponding entry in the works cited page. The annotated bibliography will be provided, the quote will have to come from one of the sources and cited
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