Pros And Cons Of Text Messaging

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Cell phones have become individuals’ primary important device in their everyday life. Though, cell phones are usually used for communication, text messaging is an easy way for individuals to easily communicate with others. Text messaging can be efficient or resourceful to contact anyone. Usually, text messaging takes place to get a hold with a significant other, workplace, and family members. Text messaging occurs when a human being is at home, school campus, on a highway and anywhere else. Cell phones can be a major distraction and have an individual stuck on their cell phone device all day. In different articles, Soloman Ali Dansieh, the author of “SMS Texting and Its Potential Impacts on Students’ Written Communication Skills”, Archana Srinivas, Megan White, and Hatim A. Omar, authors of, “Teens Texting and Consequences: A Brief Review”, and Sheila G. Klauer, Feng Guo, Bruce G. Simons-Morton, Marie Claude Ouitmet, Suzanne E. Lee, and Thomas A. Dingus, authors of article, “Distracted Driving and Risk of Road Crashes among Novice and Experienced Drivers,” discusses the advantages and disadvantages effects towards the usage of a cell phone device. While text messaging can positively influence individuals to improve written communication skills, text messaging negatively affects harm of driving and cyberbullying. On one side, Archana Srinivas, Megan …show more content…
Among adolescents, these individuals happened to be a target for several reasons such as the decreasing rates of academic writing skills using text messaging and the increased risks of car crashes. Most adolescent human beings have been a target by the increased of texting and driving, cyberbullying, and anxiety. Even though young individuals faced many obstacles and blamed from society, text messaging can be a positive point for the individual’s knowledge and

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