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Faux Friendship (William Deresiewicz). MKT 100 Classroom Exercise (Fall, 2011). Team 1. Q1. What does the term faux mean? Q2. What language does this term originate from?

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Faux Friendship(William Deresiewicz)

MKT 100

Classroom Exercise

(Fall, 2011)


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Team 1.

  • Q1. What does the term faux mean?

  • Q2. What language does this term originate from?

  • Q3. Who in society determines the meaning(s) of the word “friendship”? How is the meaning of a word created, negotiated, and altered?

  • Q4. Identify the five most difficult words in this essay.


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Team 2.

  • What part(s) of this essay does your team agree with the most and why?


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Team 3.

  • What part(s) of this essay does your team agree with the least and why?


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Team 4.

  • Dr. Deresiewicz suggests that character is the most important element of friendship.

  • Provide one or more arguments (if any) that support this premise.

  • Provide one or more arguments (if any) that challenge this premise.


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Team 5.

  • Dr. Deresiewicz suggests that “…the people that you know when you are 18…are not the people you should know when you are 40.”

  • Provide one or more arguments (if any) that support this premise.

  • Provide one or more arguments (if any) that challenge this premise.


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Team 6.

  • An important trend in virtual, online technology is “social networking”.

  • Q1. How do the individuals in your team go about choosing whom to friend in a virtual, online “social” network? That is, what attributes of the person are the most important?

  • Q2. What are the strengths (if any) and weaknesses (if any) to virtual, online “social” networks?


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Team 7.

  • An important trend in virtual, online technology is “social networking”. We presume, therefore, that “social” networking provides “social” value. It could also be that there are other important values as well.

  • Q1. How do the individuals in your team go about choosing whom to friend in an “intellectual” network (online or off-line)?

  • Q2. How do the individuals in your team go about choosing whom to friend in an “economic” network (online or off-line)?


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Team 8.

  • Q1. In your seven weeks at CSUN, describe how any kind of “social”, “intellectual”, and “economic” networking technology has helped or hindered your academic success.

  • Q2. In your seven weeks at CSUN, describe how the individuals in your team have changed how they make (online or off-line) friends.

  • Q3. Open question. If your team could change anything—anything at all—about the University, what would it be and why?


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