What Are The Pros And Cons Of Cell Phones In Society

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In today’s society cell phone are progressing faster and faster, which each passing moment. With the advancement of new cell phones, many actions become easier and more convenient for the people to use. With each new cellphone feature gained, more people develop more reliance on their cell phones to the point where they let their cell phones take over their life. In the article, “Cellphone Addiction” by Tanaka and Terry-Cobo is about how people have a hard time giving up their cell phones. The article’s message emphasizes the readers on the overwhelming dependence of cell phones in today’s society and how that continuous reliance will eventually lead humanity into forgetting their surroundings and roles in society.
Even though many people see how useful and essential cellphones are, people still have trouble cutting down their cell phone usage. There are still many pros to having a cellphone like being able to connect with family and friends whenever and wherever anytime they’d like. However, many scientist witnesses
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For teenagers, they think that cell phones are very helpful and help ease the boredom and in some cases lifesaving. Another example is, cellphones can hold reminders or just let them do the tasks while they are sitting down, laying down, or in any type of position that causes them to move less. Also, without cell phones, they think that life is hard and boring. While on the other hand, adults think that it is very annoying and distracting. For instance, at work, as workers hear the rings or feel of the vibrations of their cell phones, they get very distracted to the point in which they cannot focus on their work anymore. Additionally, it is very disrespectful and annoying during work hours and the phone alone can cause the business productivity to go down. As the result, the teenagers and adults’ point of view are still differ by a lot in today’s

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