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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

How would you explain censorship to someone unfamiliar with it?

2)

Do you think the Internet should be censored?

3)

Is it up to the government or other agencies to censor things?

4)

What things should never be censored?

5)

Does censorship result in reduced chances of education for society?

6)

Would you like to be a movie censor?

7)

What do you think censors are more afraid of, print, songs, movies or the Internet?

8)

Are history books in your country censored to hide your nation’s historical wrongdoing?

9)

Many world governments have asked Google Earth to censor parts of its maps that show sensitive areas. Do you agree with this?

10)

The European Union is considering censoring racism and hate propaganda on the Internet – is this good censorship?


 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Do you agree there should be censorship in societies?

2)

Do you think censorship violates freedom of speech?

3)

Do you thing heavy censorship harms or protects societies?

4)

Do you think musical lyrics need censoring?

5)

What kind of interview, qualifications and experience do you think government censors should have?

6)

Do you think the website MySpace needs to be censored?

7)

Is it necessary to censor nudity on television and in movies?

8)

What would the world be like if there was no censorship at all?

9)

What or who would you most like to censor?

10)

What is worst - moral, political, military or religious censorship?


 


 
 
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