C and D
I got the correct
"An explanation of why social media messages that are not extreme are sometimes ineffective".
"A quotation from an expert on why postings without religious elements work in the short term".
In this he was trying to say about how some messages online will not e effective specially if they are aggressive.
In the second one, messages with religious content can attract people in the Middle East.
An explanation of why social media messages that are not extreme are sometimes ineffective.
A quotation from an expert on why posting without religious elements work in the short term.
The first reason says that the messages which do not have a strong tone and mood are irrelevant because they will not be able to appeal to the readers about the messages that it would want to deliver. It does not offer the content that is to be remembered by the people.
The second reason says that in regions such as the middle east where religion and politics have a strong bond, the messages which have certain religious content in them tend to attract a lot of people towards them because it is of their interest.
C and D
1 a description of how the Islamic state and other militant group fail to affect change
it would be B, C . for the answer.
The correct options are:"An explanation of why social media messages that are not extreme are sometimes ineffective". This option states that messages which are offered in a mild mood and lack an aggressive or strong tone will not be effective in making people engage into action as they are flooded with information that will remain irrelevant in the short term it does not have the content for it be remembered."A quotation from an expert on why postings without religious elements work in the short term". This option tries to explain the fact that in regions such as the Middle East, where politics and religion have strong bonds, messages with religious content seem attractive to a great portion of people.
The correct answer includes options 3 and 4.
Since the options are not very clearly marked in the questions, I am listing them out for better clarity.
1. an opinion from an expert on what types of messages inspire people to make changes
2. a description of how the Islamic State and other militant groups fail to effect change
3. an explanation of why social media messages that are not extreme are sometimes ineffective
4. a quotation from an expert on why postings without religious elements work in the short term
5. a clarification that social media outlets such as Twitter generally help create positive changes
The author has found that posting on social media does not always mean that people will get motivated and will take action. Our task is to identify the evidence that the author is presenting.
In order to select the two options, we need to examine all the options and then eliminate the ones that do not hold true.
Option 1: This option is not correct because the author has not specified the ‘types’ of messages. He has only touched upon religious posts that are also extreme in nature.
Option 2: This statement is not true in the first place, because the militant groups have not failed. Instead, they have used social media successfully.
Option 5: This statement is false, because sites like Twitter have been used for the wrong purposes and that is not positive at all.
That leaves us with two correct options- 3 and 4.
Option 3: The expert feels that since the messages contain sentiments that are moderate, they do not make a very strong impression on the audience. So, they are ineffective and do not motivate people towards change.
Option 4: The expert believes that the messages do not have the strength to stand out without the religious content. That is why, at best these messages (without any mention of religion) are short-lived in the memory of people and do not have a long-term effect.