For The Children's Sake Put Down That Smartphone Analysis

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Technology is harming the family in a way where socializing will be on a phone. An app is being developed to help people control their time on social media. This app would be a good tool for people who want to limit their time on their devices. Many people become addicted to technology. Some people neglect their family or friends for technology. People can miss out on life if they are busy trying to record it. Parents using phone can spread of use of phones and ignoring someone to entertain themselves. In the article, “For the Children’s Sake, Put Down That Smartphone,” Patti Neighmond said, “Parents are often just as guilty of spending too much time checking smartphones and e-mail - and the consequences for their children can be troubling”. This shows that kids will be more likely to use technology if there parents are doing it. In the article, “For the Children’s Sake, Put Down That Smartphone,” Patti Neighmond states, “Radesky started noticing how often…show more content…
In the article, “ Watch out: Cell phones can be addictive,” Kathiann Kowalski states ”The average college student uses a smartphone for about 9 hours each day”. This tells that a college takes off more than ⅓ of there life on a phone, more than sleeping. In the article, “Watch out: Cell phones can be addictive,” Kathiann Kowalski also states that “It’s well know that people can become addicted to drugs… What’s not so well known: “People can be addicted to behaviors”. This tells that using a cell phone constantly can act like an addictive drug. In the article, “ Watch out: Cellphones can be addictive,” Kathiann Kowalski also States, “Too much phone use can interfere with normal activities or cause conflicts with family and other people”. This tells that people are so addictive that they will use their phones in a normal face to face conversation. With this app it will limit the time of social media use or phone use
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