The Impact Of Cell Phones On Society

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With technology advancing every single day, society’s youth has become more and more dependent on electrical devices, especially cell phones. The concept and ideas of the cell phone have drastically changed from when phones were first made mobile. The way that cell phones affected sociology decades ago is much different then the way that cell phones affect sociology in modern days. Cell phones are now a drastic part of the every day lives of millions, even billions, of people world wide. Originally when the cell phone was first created it was a rare commodity as only it was only available to the the rich, but in current generations almost everyone has a cell phone. My mother got her first cellphone when she was twenty five years old, in the …show more content…
In the early two thousands, most people had flip phones. Smart phones were much more expensive and was not the social norm. Having a cell phone in generally was that normal until they became more affordable. But now, where ever you look there are people on their cellphones. As generations pass and technology advances, the current social norm is most people have a smart phone and to not have a smart phone or no phone at all, is to deviate away from the social norm. It is plausible to consider that as cell phones become more and more available, children of younger ages will be able to obtain cell phones and with them, children will become more comfortable to interactions with technology, rather then interactions with other human …show more content…
When cell phone were not very common or not advanced, people still communicated with one another and had face to face contact. But with advances in cell phones people can text, video message or even use social media to interact with other with out every having to personally interact with the person physically. With society being the study of human relationships, cell phones are defiantly a factor to sociology because cell pones limit the ways humans interact with one

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