Analysis Of Hooked On Our Smartphones By Jane Brody

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Are We Hooked?
In the article, “Hooked on Our Smartphones,” author Jane E. Brody argues that technology is taking over our lives in a negative way. She claims that people are hooked on technology, and should take a break and enjoy everything around us. Psychotherapist, Nancy Colier “ask “what really matters?” in life” (Par 3). Brody develops her argument by using multiple examples and sitting creatible outside sources. The author mentions Mr. Miranda's observervations of “scenarios, [everyone has] probably [seen] many time [like]: Young couples out to dinner pull[ing] out their smartphones” (Par 2). Brody’s purpose is to revel the harms of smartphones in order to convince people that we should be more careful about technology. She claims “many of us have become slaves to” technology and “we’re constantly bombarded by bells, buzzes and chimes” (Par 7). Brody accurately argues that we are hooked on technology.
Brody is correct in her claim that technology is affecting our ability to enjoy live and is affecting our health in a negative way. We let technology take over our lives because, people spend
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Bordy’s article “Hooked on Our Smartphones” she argues that technology is taking over everyones lives in a negative way. Brody’ argues about the harms of smartphones so she can convince people that we should be more careful about technology. Brody is correct in her claim that technology is taking away our ability to enjoy life because technology is taking over our lives and technology is affect our health in a negative way. People let technology take over our lives and are spend countless hours using technology by doing that people aren’t focused on what really matters. People use technology much more then in generation before us and it is having a negative effect on our mental and physical health.To stop technology from taking over our lives we need to put down our technology. So that we can start being aware of what's going on in the

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