Innocence lost: what did you do before the internet?

I denne study guide finder du hjælp til at analysere af “Innocence lost: what did you do before the internet?" af Leah McLaren, som er brugt til den skriftlige eksamen i Engelsk A på STX 18. august 2020. Ud over hjælp til opgaven og analysen, så finder du også et summary af teksten og inspiration til at diskutere teksten.

Leah McLaren (b. 1975) er en canadisk forfatter og journalist med base i London. Hun skriver artikler til adskillige britiske aviser, som fx The Sunday Telegraph og The Times. Artiklen “Innocence lost: what did you do before the internet?” blev udgivet i 2019 i onlineudgaven af den britiske søndagsavis The Observer. 

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McLaren’s article is written in English and published online, which means it becomes accessible to the worldwide English-speaking readership. However, the article mainly targets two categories of readers. Firstly, the target audience is the people in McLaren’s generation, or the “digital immigrants” (l. 50) who can relate to knowing life both before and after the internet. She addresses people in her generation when she talks about “digital natives like my children and yours” (ll. 84-85). She also refers to her generation metaphorically when she explains that “we are the last of a dying breed” (l. 51). 

Secondly, the target audience is people interested in the future of technology. McLaren particularly targets people who understand that the internet might become dangerous for children in the absence of online regulations. She invites people to reflect on the future of technology, and she ...

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