http://library.lol/main/075744C5ABF2329C2114A640F9232A3B http://library.lol/main/1B2EA783A42C135E7C216DC07E692929 file:///Users/sajehajamily/Desktop/SOCI_2006_mod_03_reading_01.pdf answer following questions Answer question 2 on page 62 of Leonard. How does the Industrial Age compare to the Digital Age as outlined by Tilleczek & Srigley (2017) article? Give two ways in which it is the same and two ways in which it is different for young people. Complete an Internet search about Aaron Swartz. This could include watching the film The Internet’s Own Boy and/or Killswitch. Write a short biography (2-3 pages) of him by answering the following: Who was Aaron Swartz, what happened to him and why? Include the details about the legal battles he was engaged with in trying to address Internet freedom and net neutrality. What does his story say about living in the Digital Age? How does Aaron Swartz’s story compare to Edward Snowden’s story? (if you are unfamiliar with Edward Snowden you will need to research his story and could watch the films Citizen Four and/or Snowden). Prepare an analysis (two-pages) of a movie or video game or digital App of your choice that in some way pertains to children; whether it was made for children or represents them in a particular way. Use Questions 5 and 6 on page 157 of Mills and Mills as a guide to your analysis. What are 5 most important opportunities and constraints of digital technology for children according to EU-KIDS online? Are these the same as those reported by MEDIA SMARTS? Explain your answer. Sampson’s article on the child in 20th-century literature addresses similar themes to those outlined by Hanson regarding children and film. Using the article as a guide, write a short (two-page) analysis of a book you have read recently which represents children or was written for them. Include the title, year, publisher, and illustrator (if any). Borrow freely from Sampson’s process of analysis. (Hint: finding a short illustrated children’s book is a good place to start.) How is this book the same/different from the film, app or video game you analyzed?