The constant checking update on smartphone has interrupt teenager’s sleep and even cause insomnia. In “How does smartphone” (2015), the article explain that the teenager who keep tracking for social media update and message do not get a good sleep at night. Next, the smartphone addiction can affect teenager’s studies. Teenagers who are addicted to smartphone will find themselves hard to focus on their studies. The games on smartphone required them to keep online and playing so that they can clear the stage in those games faster.
But while numerous parents may feel allayed about their teens’ seeming uninterested in drinking, driving and dating, they could perhaps be overlooking the effects that continuous internet access has on their teens’ mental well-being. In the article “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?”, Jean M. Twenge compares iGen to previous generations. The smartphone and social media define “iGen”, the generation born between 1995 to 2012. Twenge accuses smartphones for sleep deprivation, anti-socialization, courtship, sexual activities, and poor mental health. The omnipresence of the smartphone affects adolescents in every section of the United States, regardless of social class and ethnic background.
Smartphones: Connects Long Distant, Disconnects Reality In the last twenty years, technology has become a worldwide phenomenon; becoming a trademark in all our lives and our homes. From smartphones and iPad to Google Home and smartwatches, we allowed technology to get the best of us, we use gadgets and widgets for just about everything without a push of the button, we can just use the sound of our voice. But the ones who suffered the most with the technology kick is… Teens. Adolescence has become so enticed and enhanced with technology that parents and teachers have a difficult time trying to get them to pay attention and keep it out of their hands and their sight. Statistic show that 73% of all teens have access to a smartphone, on average, they send about 30 texts a day.
Parents nowadays are busy about their work until they are unable to pay attention to their children activities. This is the reason why the children use smartphone as the device to fulfill their leisure. Children are too attached with smartphone until their studies has being left out. 1.7 Scope of Study The scope of the present study was investigated whether parental encouragement of smartphone usage affects the way in which children’s smartphone addiction impacts their behaviors and emotional intelligence. Differences exist in daily-life interference according to parental ages, voluntary isolation according to parental occupations, and personality distortion according to parental academic backgrounds (Cho & Lee, 2017).
Jumping from a useless text message to a whole other video about love, the internet is full of distractions, and the last thing one would notice is their original work that is due. According to the Bonnie Rochman, a health care writer on the internet, kids our age who use Facebook typically do much worse in school. That is because of distractions that won’t occur naturally when the internet is shut off. Research has found that many students in middle school, high school, and sometimes even in collage who checked social media at least once during a study period got a significant lower grade. While the book focuses our brain, social media and the unknown internet scatters it.
Teenagers are the most risky age because in this age they learn how to interact with people and build relationships. Second, it causes crimes towards children. Using social media can be harmful and not good for children unless parents watch their children and what they are doing online. There Is a study who said that 93% of children between the ages 12 – 17 use the internet and 63% from them use it daily.it is also dangerous for children who search for not good websites and that sometimes cause a psychological problems in their minds. Third, it leads to identity theft.
One main reason is that using social media affects people, especially teenagers in a very bad way. Firstly, using social media increases the chances to get cyber bullied by someone in the social media. To get cyber bullied is something very serious and it gets more and more common to bully someone.1 A cyber bully can choose to be anonymous and to not show its identity. The consequence
The anonymous account of the internet allows children and teenagers to adopt a more aggressive character than they may express in real life. Email and text messages are really difficult to monitor as a parent of teenagers. Engaging in your child’s everyday routines at home or even checking in on there social media accounts are very important. Not to snoop in on them but to protect not only your child, other parent’s children too, from awful interactions with each
These issues with technology are the deductible ones, which are easily identifiable; but could there be some side effects of these network connections still unknown to the humanity? Possibly there are, and the biggest concern is we do not know their consequences. The previous generation did not have the access to gadgets as the younger generation has, whose development is greatly affected by digitalisation in today’s world. Information on all topics circulates around the Internet and it is accessible to everyone. False information is spread online in terms of seconds, influencing negatively young people who are in process of development and
One of the Internet negatives that is very common using the Internet continuously can cause damage to eyes and brain. However, the Internet plays a huge role in people’s life that leaves a strong impact on them emotionally, socially and educationally specifically in teenagers. Teenagers can be affected emotionally by the Internet . Internet can catch or attract teenagers’ attention, and they over use it. Reports shows that teens and children have issues in sleeping , anxiety or concern , isolation and depression because of using technology too much like the Internet.