Driving Vs Texting

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Texting v Phone Calls: Texting is beneficial for teens than adults There are many benefits from both texting and making a phone call. Some might even say that texting is better than making a call because you can just wait to send or receive a reply, rather than being put on hold. However, the truth is held in the concept that none are better than the other. There can only be a satisfactory choice based on one’s personal preferences. Corporate business use phones every day. These individuals become neutrality in the battle, because of the way business people use phones. Now, specifically speaking about regular folks, calling and texting could be either forte. Looking into the new trends of society and the development of communication throughout…show more content…
Because of texting and driving being banned, phone calls are excessively used while driving. In the article “Texting, talking on the Phone and Driving,” the author states that even though it is not as distracting as texting, phone calls are another distracting factor in society. Especially when it comes to driving. Adults text less than teenagers, but they’re making the way to the top. Many old school parents are now learning the slang the kids use. And it is becoming uncomfortable for them. Parents who did not know what “LOL” meant now do. The society of communication has been changed completely. From the first phone call and text, everything has changed. Now the world is filled with massive text senders and callers. However, texting helps people in many different ways. An example can come from Rich Ling’s article “Teens texting and Social Isolation” he states, Texting can nonsocial teenagers, he continues saying that texting us a good way to bring access to emergencies. Specifically, if any emergency rises and calling is not an option in that situation, sending a quick text message to a friend, family member, or acquaintance. The one could be saved from a detrimental situation. Teenagers can be shy in certain circumstances. Texting can help with that problem, “Texting allows teens to be more socially active even if they’re shy in public” (Ling). Adults on the other are regularly talking to…show more content…
It is the now becoming the main source of communication because of the busy world that is being lived everyday by countless people. Before there was texting there was the phone call. Now, it’s starting to take up too much time. The people of today’s society have upgraded due to excessive work. Knowing this information, we know see why texting is used so much by young people. In conclusion, Texting has overpowered calling by a great scale. Calling has its perks. However, when a person sends a text message, they have all the time in the world to reply. Texting has come a long way in the world of communication. Before it existed people had to send letters, and mail. This simple mode of talking can make the difference in time. Messages that took minutes to explain over a phone call, could be sent within seconds. Thankfully, it’s just a finger tip
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