Argumentative Essay Technology

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ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY OUTLIST
1. Introduction
A. Hook: People try to stay on the top of the latest technological trends. Technology refers to the practical application of scientific knowledge to make human life easy, it also includes the capability and skills required to apply the knowledge. It seems that every year people turn increasingly toward living their lives through technology. It has made families, jobs and lives very busy. Technology has a way of impact on our life. But it’s necessary to stay updated and try to adopt this new ways which make our life easier. We are moving towards future not towards stone age, people should adopt changes and learn to live with it.

B. Have a look at present circumstances we are surrounded by Technology,
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Excessive dependency: We are dependent on technology for our entire task. People are excessively dependent of modern gifts of technologies such as cars, computers, smart phones, etc. They feel helpless if any of these technological equipment, machinery or tool fail to perform. We have adopted technology in our life to an extent that it is impossible to think of performing our day-to-day tasks without the help of technology. (Prakash, 2016)

Conclusion
A. Technology has, beyond doubt, eased the life of human-beings. It has proved to b a great boon in the development process of culture and society. However, too much of anything is bad. Technology should be used with due care and caution only for the purposed that are of benefit for humanity.
B. In conclusion, the positive side is that because machines and automation do the things we do not like doing we gain more time to do other things, and handicap people who cannot do certain things are able to do them with the help of technology. However, on the negative side we lose the daily activity involved in washing-up, vacuum cleaning and so on, and for some people, this may be the only kind of activity they do. The danger is that we do not replace these activities with others. (Prakash,
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