Topic: How do individuals present themselves differently on various online dating sites/platforms? Write about this article: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/21/learning/how-do-you-think-technology-affects-dating.html Your group report should include a clear introduction, body and conclusion. The introduction must grab attention and introduce the main thesis/claims of the presentation (“How do individuals present themselves differently on various online dating sites/platforms? According to X…”). The body of the report should develop the main claims, introduce the articles and theory, and connect these two elements. The news articles should be discussed as empirical support for your broader claims (“As seen above, theory X expects people to present themselves using A, B, and C strategies. In support of this, a recent CNN article…”). The conclusion should briefly restate the main points, outline future implications of the phenomenon in question, and close the argument effectively. Your conclusion should clearly state why we care about this topic and how it will develop in the next few years (future directions). These predictions should be related to the theory and news articles you discussed earlier. Future directions should be a logical extension of the theory and article in question. Be logical and do not overstate your point (i.e., future directions is not about stating “someday we’ll all use jetpacks.” Instead, simply extrapolate on what will likely will happen based on technologies that are recently available or under development). Important: Keep in mind that your individual articles should reflect an overarching topic (i.e., umbrella concept). For instance, the “Online Dating Deception” paper example chose to talk about deception in online dating–“It is our goal to support the claim that online dating sites users often use deception as a means to producing a more positive self-presentation”-using the following articles:-“Everyone Lies on the Internet, according to New Research” CBC RadioThe article discussed the prevalence of deception in online dating and the student authors connected this content to the topics of Anonymity / Egocentrism and former course readings (i.e., Guillory & Hancock: Deception in LinkedIn Profiles and CVs) to support their overall claim (“People lie, and they often lie in order to make themselves appear better to others”). Include a reference section in APA formatting.