Even though social media is a way to keep in touch with our world, it is affecting teenagers negatively in the form of their health, cyberbullying and personality online and as such should be reconsidered immediately. Firstly, social media affects a teenager’s health in so many ways. A growing number of psychologists and neuroscientists believe social media may be doing more harm than good ( Derbyshire). For example social media is very addictive. Researchers have noted that the consequences
Rhetorical Analysis of Nicholas Carr’s “Is Google Making Us Stupid? We are at a time where technology is widespread; it has become a part of our everyday life leading to advantages and disadvantages. Technology nowadays has become the most important topic to discuss and everyone has developed their own unique opinion. In Nicholas Carr’s article published in 2008, “Is Google Making Us Stupid” he argues that as technology progresses people’s mentality changes. Carr is effective in his argument by sharing his fears and personal experiences to have an effect on the audience utilizing pathos and ethos.
Ritchel states, “the stimulation provokes excitement… that researchers say can be addictive” (Richtel). Today, cell phones, laptops, and tablets dominate our modern world and when users could be interacting with each other they tend to choose their phones instead. Yes, technology comes with a great reward for having everything instantly, but the cost of this is that a system has been created that keeps people in a state of constant distraction and addiction. By participating in SFW, students will decrease their technological dependence, hindering the
Sixty eight years after the foundation of the first idea of cell phones, the changes which this technology device has undergone, are tremendously big. Their development in the past few years has amazed users worldwide and altogether with the applications recently, people, but mostly teenagers can easily become addictive to it. Although there are many advantages on operating with cell phones, there are plenty disadvantages of its usage and teenagers should have a limited time spending on their phones. Its violation on social norms brings risk on teenagers’ life in terms of personal security, increase of stress level and decrease of health, negative influence in interpersonal relationship and social interaction. These risks should be analyzed on more serious matter in order to lower the risk of misusage.
Furthermore, the lion's share of present students admit to cheating during their academic time, using different types of technologies. In our digital age, it has become very easy to use up-to-date devices in cheating. Much easier than it was before. Students invent more and more imaginative ways to undermine academic integrity. Indeed, modern technologies and global communication in our informational age help us on daily life basis.
Online counselling has increasing gained popularity in the 21st century with technologically savvy children, youth, and adults. As traditional face to face counselling was sought in the past, online counselling provides a new option for clients who do not feel comfortable with the traditional counselling ways. Kate Dunn, a senior counsellor at the University of Portsmouth, states that “technological approaches have developed relatively slowly and are sometimes viewed with suspicions and fear, but there is increasing interest in discovering whether online interventions may, in fact, offer innovative opportunities for the development of unique client/counselling relationships” (2012) Even though as Dunn states, there are some disadvantages
Technology has given us many benefits, which if counted, would be numerous, but at the same time, it has also affected our brain, which is really important for us to know in what ways. Devices used electronically and machines are what technology basically involves. There has been a research that shows that the information we search for is three times more today compared to 40 years ago (Huffington Post 2013). We have fallen in love with our devices and that is why we carry them almost everywhere we go, even to the washrooms. A report by The New York Times said that the use of technology for children is quite harmful and if we compare what is better for the children, it shows results where children writing by hand are better at generating ideas and retaining information.
From that point, can make them addicted to social media and with such fragility can ruin their bright future. Addicted, addiction is the most common right in society, both young and old. Examples of addictions in young children are children prefer to play the gadget compared with reading books, helping the elderly, and activities outside the home. From that it has been proven that the exam scores
Name: Anastasiia Iegorova Candidate Number: Internet must be limited for students It is identifiable that internet, nowadays, is becoming more widely and easily distributed. It may be argued from many sides, but I, personally, agree with the statement and believe that the internet must be limited for young adults. Have you ever wondered how many hours in average a teenager spends going online? There are an abundance reasons why internet must be limited, such as following: cyberbullying, it is unhealthy, a large amount of time is spent online and not enough work is done by students, besides internet is like an addiction. Therefore, I can also add that going online isn’t always safe and it must be restricted.
We live in a scientific age where science is given a lot of respect. Science has developed so much in the past few centuries that it has become inevitable to deny its importance. It has produced tremendous results which has led to different theories. There are many people who think that science has bettered our lives and has given us every possible comfort that we want, whether it be from scientific inventions or scientific discoveries. Similarly there are a large number of people who have labelled science as the major reason for the suffering of humanity.