More likely to be more dangerous than alcohol and drugs. “The biggest death rate in the U.S. car wrecks” . The biggest issue with laws that is even more fear or penalty of breaking the law.The hook is why teens should drive at a young age. Without the license could be an issue in today 's. Society many students are facing many consequences without a license.
Behavioral changes from one generation to the next naturally occur little by little. Nonetheless, changes in adolescent behavior from the millennial generation triumphing it have been substantial and revolutionary. Today’s teens have never witnessed a world without internet. The majority of them possess smartphones and waste several hours each week on social media. 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.
Recently there has been an increase in teenagers spending their time online. Teenagers are now gluing their selves to a computer monitor, television screen or gaming device and disappearing from the outside world. With the amount of time they spend in front a screen they are losing communication skills with others, beginning to gain health problems and fall behind academically. Teens should be limited and monitored on the amount of time they spend online. In the first place, teenagers spend multiple hours online and this is leading to social issues.
Introduction An accident is when a car crashes into another car and causes either an injury to the person or death where this event is unplanned because for sure no one what to have an accident on purpose. Having a traffic jam is also a cause of accidents and there are many other reasons too; difference between genders has different causes of accidents. In some countries, the percentage of accidents increased whereas in other countries it decreased; however, people should try to find the best solutions to avoid accidents and try to decrease it as much as they can. . The enormous number of damages and passing because of road traffic mishap uncovers the tale of worldwide emergency of road safety.
According to The Guardian, children/teenagers today spend half the time their parents did playing outside due to the use of hand held devices. It makes us think twice about the impact of mobile phones on the teenagers of this generation.“The concept of extending our social ties via mobile devices can both create intimate space and encroach on it,” writes Professor Richard Ling, an IT expert at Copenhagen University. “If one seeks to be alone, the mobile phone on display can be a powerful tool to impede contact with others, for example in a bar.” This shocking statement suggests that a mobile phone is a weapon to destroy someone’s privacy - meaning we are restricted to spending time in peace with ourselves. However, our overuse of phones is impeding us from having that luxury of peace and quiet. Interestingly, a survey conducted by the Pew Research Centre shows that 82% of the mobile phone users surveyed believed that using phones in social situations kills the conversation, however 89% actually admitted to using their phone during their most recent social gathering.
Too much attraction towards a particular subject or thing could be called as an addiction. Generally, addicted person loses the have power over his own mind and finds it difficult to get rid of his likeliness towards the object. Today, majority of teenagers spend most of their valuable time with technological gadgets. According to Young (1998), technological addiction is a habitual inclination to engage ourselves in the technology instead of using it to address the real life’s problems. Teenagers are most vulnerable to technology addiction.
While some may walk away with a small scratch on their car, some may end up with a totaled car and serious injuries. There are many factors that can lead to a fatal car accident, some of which are- distracted driving, speeding and car malfunction. One of the leading causes of car accidents
According to the researchers at University Of Texas, people who have smartphone within eye shot are worse to conduct work and remember information. Many of car accidents case are likely caused by smartphone. Many people like to use their smartphone when they are driving. However, people start to addicted to their smartphone and develop bad habits on themselves, examples like taking photo of their meals before eat, taking ‘selfie’ all the time and update a simple social status like “ I am hungry”. According to American Psychiatric Association (APA), taking ‘selfie’ is officially confirm as mental disorder.
According to Eisner (2010) “56% of social media users need to check Facebook at least once a day”. These may not seem to be negative effect to people, but many reports show that people use their cell phones almost every times even when they are driving. This distract the driver from purpose of driving and cause so many deadly crashes. Also, the addiction can cause the close-range relationship to be lost and many people cannot live without their cell phones, they will feel like get cast away when they lost
Electronic communication is affecting young teen’s social skills world wide which, will affect future performance during adulthood. How are young teens supposed to polish and perfect much needed face-to-face social skills if they rely on digital friendship? Even teens grades have dropped from excessive time spent on social media and texting. “In his article The Effects of Social Media on Teenagers, Chris Crosby bemoans this negative impact on teenager 's social skills and alludes to evidence to back it up. According to him, "Various reports suggest that about eighty-three percent of American youth use their phones for email, mobile internet, and texting [...] Researchers have found that the middle- school, high school, and college students who used Facebook at least once during a 15-minute period get lower grades overall.” Not only that but, young teens are becoming socially impaired, unable to detect certain social cues.