Using of cell phones shapes a person’s identity and behavior. In past, lack of technology created communication gaps which were huge problems to grow economy; it was due to the large distances among the countries and continents. Hence, invention of cell phone technology made life easy for all people around the world, they can talk about business, education and many other deals can be done through this new invention. Cell phone technology is one of the strongest ways to influence people’s identities positively as well as negatively, such as connecting to the world; distracting teenagers from studies and also isolating people through games and entertaining apps. Many people believe that cell phones keep them up to date with their official work and business
Cell phones are a good way of communication. While Cell phones have advanced in amazing ways since their inception, there are many concerns about their safe use. To begin, Phones are weak because they are a perfect distraction to get you of task, interrupt classes, meetings, disturb other students in designated study areas, and keep people from concentrating on their work. Similarity they are disloyal sometimes because it decides whether it wants to die or stay alive depending on what predicament you are in and if you really need to complete that task or objective. When cell phones get damaged they act very selfish when it comes to powering it on and trying to fix it.
Instead of talking to people face-to-face and having social interaction, we prefer just texting. This is not only disappointing but also damaging. I guess we could say that phones have made communication easier and more convenient, although, I feel this lacks quality. Now, the question is: Are we sometimes too quick with the send button? When you’re safely hidden behind the screen of your phone, it is much easier to say things you wouldn’t ordinarily have the guts to say in real life.
Cell Phones: The average teenager who gets on their phone, just for a second, each hour has the same mind as a 30 year old cocaine addict. Teens have their minds tricked into thinking they can’t live without their cell phones and social media. Teens need to be able to talk to and connect with others and learn face-to-face communication skills. Nowadays teens can get harmed very easily, and teens do not really know who is on the other side of the screen. Studies have shown that phones can ruin lives with the blink of an eye.
However, they’re actually wrong because too much access to technology and too much usage of smartphones can later have devastating impacts in a person's life, especially teens who use technology more frequently. Therefore, technology does make teens unhappy and it also benefits them negatively. You don’t need a phone nor technology to be
Calling from cell phone during that time was not very common because of the cost of the calls. It was so much expensive in comparison to the calling from home. While texting was very popular but still it was very limited as not all people had cell phones. This is in addition to that coverage issues was not always available and not in all places, so sometimes using cell phone get frustrating. Then blackberry start getting the attention of everybody with its new option of being able to create instant texting (chatting).
This may be true and their argument is valid, nevertheless, all the negative impacts on one’s physical as well as mental health and social life outweigh the mentioned advantages. Social media has various negative impacts on the physical well being. Excessive use of social media can jeopardize our health. First of all, it should be mentioned that the Internet, for instance, takes time away: instead of morning exercises, one would rather read some new portion of news or check e-mail. People are always staring at their smartphones either for reason or for no reason at all.
Our excessive usage of smartphones has made us overlook the negative effects of the addiction. It has affected our lives in numerous aspects, be it mentally, physically or even socially and we have have become blind to it. It is with no doubt the smartphone addiction does have serious effects on our health physically. According to WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), radio frequency electromagnetic fields can be carcinogenic for humans and are
Social Media has impacted and affected teens in a pretty negative way with the technology we have today. Social media is too distracting for teens/college students because of the constant feel to need to be on their medias. While using social media, in order to sign up for the sites teens have to put a lot of personal information, leading to my point there is no privacy while using these social media sites. Social media causes most teens to feel lonely or losing the ability to speak to people face to face. Social media is becoming a huge issue on high school and college students, students are becoming way too attached to it that making students dependent on social media, followed along with not allowing people with social media much privacy,
If a person does not know how to respond in a serious conversation they are able to take a long time to reply until they think of an appropriate response. Unlike real life conversations where you are put on the spot to reply immediately. Social media allows users to make friendships within the apps. People learn how to “slide into dms” (begin to direct message someone) to form a friendship. Teenagers nowadays are forgetting how to greet a person in real life.