The Myth Of Multitasking By Christine Rosen Summary

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In her article, “The Myth of Multitasking”, Christine Rosen looks for answers for the truth of multitasking. She discusses the effects multitasking has in the modern day society and then states that having a multitasking lifestyle can have setbacks. Rosen supports her claim by having strong references in her article to prove that multitasking is dangerous all around. Rosen goes into detail on how it becomes a challenge to stay focused on one thing at a time. Rosen then ends her article by directly stating the problem of multitasking and now in today’s time, it is a true struggle to just pay attention to one thing for a long period of time. In her article,”The Multitasking Generation”, Claudia Wallis argues that multitasking is taking away life away from children and teenagers. …show more content…

She then lastly states that it is on the parents to show them what technology cannot do. In his article,”Is Google Making Us Stupid?”, Nicholas Carr elaborates on how the internet became the first source people would go to find information and because of that it is beginning to affect the ability to read books and other long pieces. The internet supplies snippets of answers which can cause people problems when reading a long piece in a book. Carr then states that this process may help people discover more knowledge in a faster pace, but it flattens our brian’s learning process. He then discusses what people are losing while using the internet for information. Carr emphasizes on how using the internet takes away the deep thinking in a human and it is becoming the number one concern. He does state the positives that the internet has on humans, but it seems that the internet is going to cause people to become more

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