Rhetorical Analysis Of Nicholas Carr's 'Is Google Making USupid'

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Nicholas Carr endorses the argument that the human mind’s attention span is shortened due to the convenience and swiftness of Google and the Internet itself in his article, Is Google Making Us Stupid? Carr effectively utilizes the works of others as well as anecdotes to provide evidence of how Google and the Internet itself hastens and oversimplifies the learning process for the human brain. Carr introduces his article with a pop cultural analogy using Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey in an attempt to engross his audience. Carr discerns his adaptation to the quickness of the internet and proceeds to realize his concentration is diminishing. Carr recounts his inability to become ensnared by literature by stating “My concentration often

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