An Analysis of the Film The Social Network Through the Six Perspectives of Visual Analysis
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"You have a good command of grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure with only a few minor errors appearing scattered throughout the text. You provided a sufficient amount of detail and evidence, allowing a reader who may not be familiar with the movie to still be able to comprehend what is being discussed. You start off with a strong introduction that includes a clear thesis statement. For the order of your essay to make sense, it is important that the information you present follows in the same order that you listed it in your thesis statement. As written, it also is not clear which paragraphs are addressing which visual analysis perspectives. Consider resolving this issue by adding a clear introductory sentence to each paragraph. You have presented a lot of facts throughout your essay about other social media platforms and people that have not been cited. It is critical that you make sure that you cite all information obtained from another source so that you can avoid plagiarism issues. This is especially of concern since you have references documented in a reference section. Last, the conclusion ends up being confusing to the reader. Your introduction makes it seems as if the goal of the paper is to conduct an analysis of the movie while the conclusion makes it seem like the goal of the paper is to analyze your personal perception of the movie. "
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