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Khadsmimi

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  1. Hi guys, I'm in my first year of English HL and have to submit my questions that I'd like to do for my EE by this Friday. I have a few ideas about what I'd like to write about ranging from the dark web to programming. I was going to look at the dark web and it's impact on society relating to free speech and privacy but, I feel as if there may not be many resources on that. My teacher and I talked for a bit and we settled on machine learning and the impact they have on society. However, I feel that this question may be too broad and if I was to look at artificial intelligence and the impacts it has on society, that would also be too general despite the various information that would come from it since, machine learning stems for AI. I know I'm interested in the computer field so, I'd like to base my EE somewhere in that category (Science/technology). I'm not asking for a question but, a few ideas or what you guys think I can set as a foundation for my EE. Thanks in advance for the help!
  2. I was actually talking to my teacher about this since, it hit me as an idea for my own EE but, I ended up changing my topic to Computer Science. As for your EE, my teacher and I were discussing how Asia is widely known for the cosmetic surgery that goes on there and Korea is general place to start as a foundation or main topic if you're interested in the effects of society on technology and beauty. Instead of looking at social media affecting the perception on beauty, you can look at the history and traditions that people have in Korea- such as how cultures in Asia have this tradition/ideal of being light and fair and how that has affected people's thinking brainwashing them and changing their beauty ideals. Good luck! https://www.businessinsider.com/south-korea-is-the-plastic-surgery-capital-of-the-world-2015-9
  3. I'm not a musical prodigy or anything to recognize an ideal piece for your topic but, I recommend looking at beginner Hindustani music to understand all aspects of the genre itself. The links below may or may not help but, good luck and let me know how it all goes! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfBvz2rG-NI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEqYzdz3Zvg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-_P57mc-rw (This link helps explain the ragas in Indian music and the differences between Hindustani and South India music).
  4. I'm not exactly sure on how to approach your topic since, I'm not close to my ethnic background which is Bangladesh as well but, if you do a thorough search and ask people who live in Bangladesh, you'll surely find authentic Bengali music. Due to the war that went on long ago and India being close to Bangladesh, it did have an influence on Bengali music but, so does western music (in present day). You could look and talk about in depth the about the music and dances from different regions in Bangladesh such as Baul, Dhamail, Gombhira, Kavigan, Agamani-Vijaya, and Bhatiaii. There is more to music than just beats and you could mention instruments or the meaning of music and what it signifies in Bangladesh (possibly during the war as well and what effect it played on citizens). If you still think that Bangladesh music is too related to Indian music, you might consider changing your topic to Indian music vs another culture.
  5. I haven't completed the Ibdp program yet, but my idea would be to look at cosmetic surgeries and the rapid effect it has on society today influencing society's perception of beauty. Through lip fillers, rhinoplasty, eyelid lifts, etc people choose to spend tons on changing their natural, genetic given features. I'm not sure if I helped much but, let me know if you still need help with ideas.
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