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    Have you ever thought about having a cell phone at school? Many people say they are education tools and should be at school, others don’t agree. I believe that cell phones should not be at school because they are distracting, cause cyber bullying, and addiction. Some people may think that cell phones should be at school because they are a learning tool and it makes things more fun, here is a quote from A Silicon Valley School That Doesn’t Compute “The students say they become frustrated when…

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    “The first cell phone was 10 inches long, 2.5 pounds and was referred to as “the brick”(Young, R) ”. Since 1973 cell phones have gone through a total transformation. Cellular devices are no longer just made for communication purposes. They now have built in navigation systems, texting, cameras and apps for just about anything…

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    world is consumed by technology, particularly cell phones. Take a look around; there will be someone glued to his or her cell phone disconnected from the real world. The Richest website claims, “The average person checks their cell phone 110 times per day” (“Ten Terrifying Statistics”). If a person checks their cell phone 110 times per day, that is approximately nine times per hour. Imagine what people lose from being attached to their cell phones, and what they could gain if it was put away.…

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    screen, people faces lit up by a white glow, people ignoring the others around them, oblivious to everything going on around and eyes only focused down on that small little screen. The impact of the small screen known as phones is incredible. The small phenomenon known as a mobile phone has reached every corner of the world. People who own one of these little bits of technology has had their lives taking over by them at some point. For the time reading the message and the typing of each…

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    As we know, smartphones bring an addiction to the users. These behavior has spread all over the world and makes people become anti-social. It is not a doubt that smartphones keep the communication alive eventhough the distance takes thousands miles away. They tend to explore more through…

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    CAPETIMES posted April 18, 2016 by: Ntando Makhubu, Cellphones addiction phobia increasing. This article is about how South Africa has been hit by a new wave of addiction in the instance, a failure to be separated from a smartphone. They use the word nomophobia stemmed from term, no mobile – phone phobia. It’s a psychological syndrome in which a person is afraid of being out of cell phone contact. In South Africa, a cell phone addiction has been labelled as an obsessive-compulsive disorder by…

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    consults with their phone every few minutes or several times an hour. 1. Before we realize it, large chunks of time spent with companions are focused on our phones. 2. This behavior takes time away from other things and research shows people often lose track of time while perusing their cell phones (Cite). 3. This allows for much less time fully engaged with others on a personal level. B. Contributes to addictive mobile phone behavior. Individuals already addicted to their phones are further…

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    time you went out to eat with friends or family, and actually held a conversation without someone going on their phone. Can you remember? Because I don’t. No matter where you go now, everyone around you has a phone on them. People use their phones for every little thing, even if its just to text the person right next to them. People are overly reliant on their phones. People use their phones for all the wrong reasons. A smartphone is one of the best tools we have ever made, yet one of the…

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    It's only been minutes since you posted your selfie. Sitting there you wait for someone to comment, someone to like, something to happen. Minutes turn into hours as you wait just sitting on your phone staring at the screen. You feel your heart sink to the floor as you realize all the validation and all the attention you expected never came. Social media allows us to always be in connection with our peers and to share information and express ourselves online to others. However, despite various…

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    the Cell Phone. On campus, it would not be difficult to find the number of students holding their smartphones in their hands even though they are not using the phone. Most people put their phone in a pocket or just hold it instead of keeping it in their bag or backpack because they will use the phone again in a second. This phenomenon became a serious issue among the modern society. Although it is now called ‘smart’ phone, it makes modern people become fools. People should use cell phones less…

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