Sevilla, Danica C. ENGLRES S18 Annotated Bibliography 1. Obyung, K., Fulk, H. K., Alijani, G. S., & Heon, K.(2015). Understanding successful use of smartphones in an academic context: Hbcu students' perspective. Academy Of Educational Leadership Journal, 19(3), 175-185. The article discussed the smartphones’ relevance in the students’ learning experience in the academe.
(2017). Internet addiction: Neuroscientific Approaches and Therapeutical Implications including Smartphone Addiction. Cham, Switzerland: Springer The book summarizes the therapeutic and theoretical models dealing with the internet addiction Pezoa-Jares R.E., Espinoza-Luna I.L., & Vasquez-Medina J.A. (2012) Internet Addiction: A Review. J Addict Res Ther S6:004. doi:10.4172/2155-6105.S6-004 The article explains the prevalent of the addiction among adolescents and young people, and adults.
Transition Sentence:Everyone likes technology but how much is too much? ______________________________________________ Reason #2:Humans are more dependent on technology than other people. 2 Example:”According to an article1 published by Daily Mail, an average person spends 8 hours and 41 minutes on electronic devices.” During that time an average person spends sleeping for 20 minutes. In fact that people are getting more dependent on technology as time goes by (Argumentative). 3 Explanation:People would rather be on their phones than sleep.
In the article "Your iPhone Is Ruining Your Posture -- and Your Mood" written by Amy Cuddy on Dec 12, 2015 professor at Harvard business school and author, states how technology devices are ruining our posture, our mood, and our health. It is also disrupting family time or not getting things done due to being on our smartphones. I don 't think people have considered on how badly these electronic devices can ruin our posture and hurt us in insidious psychological ways. Smartphones are ruining our posture. "If you 're in a public place, look around: How many people are hunched over a phone?
For the people who own a Samsung phone, Samsung gives a warning when the volume gets over 80 decibels. Two more random side effects of cell phones are hurting thumbs and ghost vibrations when phone is not on the person. Hurting thumbs are when a person texts an excessive amount they can start to hurt because they are not used to being under pressure that much. And ghost vibrations are when a person does not have their phone on them but they feel vibrations like from their phone. This happens because people get so used to feeling that vibration but the brain still thinks it is feeling that vibration when the phone is not even one the person (Childs).
What i mean by live in the moment is that people are too worried about if there phone is charged, or if they lost their phone they are too worried about where it is. Instead of worried about what is happening in the world. Society may have gone too far in technology dependence such that it has become so immense that doctors have recommended for “technology detox.” Social skills are not how they used to be because kids and teens are texting all the time and some kids and teens do not know how to talk
This is indirectly caused into social-phobia. They lose time for physical activities as they spend their leisure time on SNSs. They are lack of inter-personnel communicational skills and they are having thefeeling of independence that is associated with social media where there is no parental control and also elevation of their social status among the peers, where one has many followers on the social network. This will change their attitudes and sometimes they will lose their connection with family members as they are wasting time on those sites. It may direct them to unwanted contents as well as to unwanted
III. Results Among all the respondents who are participated in this survey, nearly half of the respondents (48%) think that academic works affect their sleeping schedule most. What more important is that, nearly 80% of the respondents come from North hostel think that it is the most crucial effect to their sleeping schedule. Besides, the second most crucial effect is gathering with friends. There are 30% of the respondents think that it may affect their sleeping schedule.
2.0 Impacts of smartphone negatively 2.1 Information on smartphone(negative) Smartphone addiction is a major impact on society. Survey shows that smartphone addiction disturb our sleep. According to a survey , 33% of the mobile admitted that they check their e-mail and phone messages throughout the night. Nearly half of people who taken the survey said that they must have their Smartphone tucked under their pillows before going to sleep. This smartphone addiction is affecting social and family life , creating frictions in our lives.