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So that 24% could cause deaths, crashes and injuries. All those updates and advances in aren’t in everyone’s budget and not everyone can get them or has them so suing your phone isn’t worth taking all those risks. As you now know distracted driving is a very big risk to take. Distracted driving is dangerous and leads to many deaths and all those laws are there to protect you but people just don’t follow them also all those types of distraction are equally as dangerous as just texting while driving. This topic is very controversial because not everyone agrees but all those risks you take while driving can be avoided and not using your phone while driving can save lives.
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Virginia Hefffernan wishes to make the public aware of the damaging effects of constants use of headphones and how it is negatively effecting the young generations hearing drastically in her New York Times article, “The Argument Against Headphones.” The author realizes the vast population who wear headphones are unaware of its damaging effects both physically and on the social aspect. Heffernan hopes that with the information provided in this article, people will limit their use of headphones in the future. Who Heffernan is addressing in the article can be confusing at first. Of course she is addressing headphone users, but one may think the author is address the teenagers who most primarily use them. Though while Heffernan extensively discusses teenager’s use of
Drivers may not realize that when they use mobile phones while driving, they will pose a serious threat to their lives and the lives of others. The main cause of the most car accidents is the mobile either writing a message or calling someone. So you can realize how the mobiles are constituting a risk to the drivers. People still use it because they say that they like to keep in touch with other all the time and in some situation they need it. While Some people support the idea of using mobile phones, there are proofs that they are unsafe and one should not use it when driving a car because they cause distractions, accidents, and
Texting or calling while driving can subtract from the attention you are giving to your surrounding, and poses a serious hazard to the citizens around you. While there are ways to avoid texting and driving, there will always be some individuals who will choose to text and drive, so the only way to ensure that people do not text and drive is to put laws in place that punish folks who decide to put others in harm’s way. Cell phones and smartphones are a huge advantage in today’s society. They allow us to communicate with friends, family, coworkers, etc… This technology is normally beneficial, but there are times when you need to put your phone aside and pay attention to what is physically happening around you. One of these times is when you
Most people don’t want to waste money on a ticket fee, so they think about this before they start speeding. There are also costs when you go to court which can be avoided by not speeding. Going to court and getting a ticket goes on your driving record, and that’s where other issues can come up. As an effect of all of tickets, it causes you insurance to go up. Many insurance companies will drop you if you begin to get a lot of ticket and cost them more money.
Digital technology has completely changed the world for the good and the bad. The disadvantage that technology has brought and will bring in the future is that people will rely on it too much. Books are becoming non-existent, people are not communicating face to face, we are no longer using paper and pencils, and social media is taking over the world. However, it is up to the adults to monitor and limit the use of computers, T.V., mobile phones and video games. The advantages to technology is important dealing with education because it can promote new and fun ways someone to learn and easier access to researching
These advances have become so deeply rooted in our society one cannot seem to go a single day without their phone or laptop or other electronic devices. People are constantly going on the Internet and checking their phones whether it is to text someone or post a status update or a picture. Personally this issue not only affects my generation, it hits close to home as well. The goal is to successfully address an issue in a way that provides a better well being for society as a whole. Distracted driving is an epidemic that can be controlled.
The resulting distractions can have deadly consequences, as when cellphone-wielding drivers and train engineers cause wrecks...these urges can inflict nicks and cuts on creativity and deep thought, interrupting work and family life”, (Rechtel). People are not only becoming stressed, but addicted to technology. A week away from screens will very much help break or decrease this addiction. Many people feel more productive because of technology, and their ability to “multitask”; however, Rechtel presents
Literacy Narrative The journey of self is one of introspection. This requires self-reflection. Words are the embers that smolder within us that when ignited emerge from the depth of chaos. Writing serves as a vehicle to transport one from any literacy myths they may be harboring. These literacy myths manifest in a multitude of ways such as “I am a terrible writer,” to “I am an excellent writer.” The truth is with literacy; it is not a fixed construct and is always in flux.
Sure, it seems like you are getting a lot done, but what about that paper? You probably could have had it completed by now if that was the only thing you were focusing on. Is all the multitasking even worth it at this point? Multitasking can be a good thing in some people’s eyes, but it can be deleterious to the task at hand, as Alina Tugend of the New York Times discusses in her article, “Multitasking Can Make You Lose…Um…Focus”. Multitasking is ineffective in the eyes of psychologists for the simple reason that our brains have to switch back and forth from task to task which can confuse the brain and actually take longer.