Cellphones Essay

1351 Words Sep 26th, 2012 6 Pages
Cell phones

Freymel De La Rosa
Mr. Ramírez
English 11, 3rd period
May 29th 2012

Outline
Thesis Statement: Cell phones have changed us socially in many ways since their first invention till now, through their history, uses, and their changes in communication.
Introduction
I. Cell phones History A. First cell phones B. Cell phones inventor C. How they work II. Using of Cell Phones A. Changes in Communication B. Benefits C. Health effects III. Have they changed us socially? A. How? B. Negative use C. Positive use

De La Rosa 1
The concept of the cellular phone was developed in 1947 which originated from the mobile car phone. The concept of the cellular phone was produced by Bell
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In that one device you can do everything. There is no longer a need for multiple devices and you can be on the move doing it all. (Katrina Grant).
The main benefit of a cell phone is convenience. You have all you need in one device. You no longer need to go out of your way to do something. If you need to make a call in the car you can. If you need to send an email at lunch you can. If you need directions, you can get them, and if you need to get online, it's there for you. It helps you to get more done.
De La Rosa 3
With cell phone popularity rising, there has also been a rise in cell phone related accidents. While able to use a cell phone in the car is convenient, it has to be safe. Talking and texting while driving is dangerous. If you need to talk while driving there are two options you can choose. You can pull over or buy a hands-free device to use, such as a headset.
In addition, a mobile phone can spread infectious diseases by its frequent contact with hands. One study came to the result that pathogenic bacteria are present on approximately 40% of mobile phones belonging to patients in a hospital, and on approximately 20% of mobile phones belonging to hospital staff.
A study on mice suggested that cell phone use during pregnancy may be likely to result in lasting mental health problems for offspring that resemble the effects of ADHD.
Cell phones are something that has greatly influenced the

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