First, social media can destroy face to face communications. When you have a problem it is hard to ignore, be rude, or say no to someone in their face. But it is so easy to refuse people or unfollow them in Facebook, Instagram or twitter and that means all your problems are solved. That means you will not learn how to solve all your problems face to face and how to deal with people in real life. Teenagers are the most risky age because in this age they learn how to interact with people and build relationships.
They surmise that cell phones are not addictive. In the article, “Watch Out. Cell Phones Can Be Addictive.”, Kathiann Kowalski stated, “But simply because people used their phones a lot does not mean they were addicted.” However they are incorrect because cells phones are distracting and people depend on them too much. Cell phones make people feel like that is all they have. Most people can not even go a second without their cell phone.
Do cell phones really controls relationships or friendship? Sometimes people as a couple have problems with getting off with their phones at times. Some adult’s even children allow the cell phones to talk over because the phones have their attention at all time. Once you look at your phone you will forget all about your spouse. Even when being out with some friends your phone takes over the friendship.
Studies have shown that both adults and youths that overuse smartphones can have a negative impact on their communication skills. Because they are often spending time in using their smartphones and start living in a very solitary world where, interactions may occur only over text messages and other messenger services. Thereby, becoming less able to communicate appropriately and properly with other people. This may affect not just the culture and future generations but it can have great impact on the way people interact socially and work. Financial Problems: Nowadays smartphone addiction seems to be just like an addiction of drugs or alcohol.
The constant checking update on smartphone has interrupt teenager’s sleep and even cause insomnia. In “How does smartphone” (2015), the article explain that the teenager who keep tracking for social media update and message do not get a good sleep at night. Next, the smartphone addiction can affect teenager’s studies. Teenagers who are addicted to smartphone will find themselves hard to focus on their studies. The games on smartphone required them to keep online and playing so that they can clear the stage in those games faster.
In the time of content informing, where words are lessened to nonstandard abbreviations and images, numerous individuals question the eventual fate of education particularly to youngster. This study takes a look at some of the effects and potential problems arising from the use of this text messaging, specifically on teenagers. There is no contending that teens these days, text like never before. The majority share of population claims that the short hand and contracted attributes of texting are making teenagers lazy, not compelling to utilize the correct linguistic use and spelling that teenagers learn in
Also, young people say things over texts or the internet that they would never say to a person’s face. Audacity like this leads to problems such as cyber bullying. Cell phone abuse results in bad leaders because communication is a key skill to good
Disadvantages of Technology for teenagers Nowadays, technology takes over the world as penetrate through human life. The biggest effects would be teenagers as they use technology more often. The technology affects the family environment, social relationships with people; health of people that don’t have rational use of technology, creativity, and focus. The first reason will cause lack of communication with the people as electronic devices had replaced the existence of human relationship bond. It caused teenagers to be isolated at home as they feel like on the phone, as to an example, they can hear each other through a group chat.
In Stabroek News’ “Cell Phones Should not be allowed in schools“ a secondary student from West Demerard secondary school says that cell phones in class “Disturb other students who are trying to study”. Although most students would just say that they should look away or mind their own business and stop looking at what they are doing, it is very difficult for students to take their mind off of lsomething that has distracted them from their previous task, however brief it was. Students will get sidetracked easily by the sound of a phone ringing if not making sure it wasn’t theirs, they are trying to figure out whose did go off. If their friend is smiling or laughing at something on their phone they will want to see it too. If they decide to try to take a photo their friends and people near them will try to lean into it and attract attention of nearly half of the
Interestingly, a survey conducted by the Pew Research Centre shows that 82% of the mobile phone users surveyed believed that using phones in social situations kills the conversation, however 89% actually admitted to using their phone during their most recent social gathering. Our teenagers are being washed away by this dangerous tide of phones, resulting in them being heavily addicted to their phone. Surely, we should when at a social gathering? Before our phones becomes the death of real world