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    The argument claims that the electronic games rating system, although similar to the movie rating system, is not working because it is self regulated and violation fines are nominal, Hence, the gaming rating system should be overseen by an independent body. Stated in this way the argument fails to mention several key factors, on the basis of which it could be evaluated. The conclusion relies on assumptions, for which there is no clear evidence. Therefore, the argument is rather weak, unconvincing, and has several flaws. First, the argument readily assumes that because the electronic game rating system is self regulated, it is not working well. This statement is a stretch and not substantiated in any way. There are numerous examples in other areas of business or commerce, where the entities are self regulated and rather successful. For instance, FIA, the Formula1 racing organization is self regulated. Yet, the sport is very popular and successful, drawing millions of spectators around the world each year. Tickets are rather expensive, races are shown on pay-per-view, and nearly all drivers are paid very…

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    How are electronic devices and technological advancements affecting children? Kids no longer have a need to go outside in order to go on adventures or to visit with friends since they can communicate and play games on electronic devices. They can access all the information and entertainment they could want from a single device; however, while technological developments might seem beneficial to the younger generations, there are several negative consequences of children using them, like…

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    Have you ever seen a young child so eager to get their little hands on an electronic device, for instance, a cell phone or a computer? Well I have, and most of the time they would end up turning into Daffy Duck from Looney Tunes, full of anger and stubbornness, because the word ‘no’ was their answer. Lately I have been curious to know why children act the way they do when it comes to electronics. From my experience I have seen my two nephews, who are three years old and five years old, often…

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    Keeping your phone on during the night or next to bedside can affect your sleep by urging one to use the electronic device instead of sleeping.(The negative effects, 2015) When one should be getting 10 hours of sleep at night they get less because before one goes to sleep they have to check their device for messages or calls. Which now urges them to start messaging or call someone, which now is taking away from that sleep and relaxation time. Now only does it take away from sleep, it also…

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    When teachers start replacing textbooks with electronic devices, students start to forget the value of reading a textbook, or any other form of book. It has been proven that everything that is shown on the internet is not always true. When going on the websites, students do not always store all of the information into their long term memory because some end up getting sidetracked with their personal lives. In conclusion to having a school that uses technology in the classroom, there has to be a…

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    mechanical engineering to design and make things maybe like the shell of the computer. According to Columbia engineering “mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices to large systems spacecraft and machine tools.” Mechanical engineers are suppose to make item and sells it on the market. Not only that they have to design the parts for it they must also find a way to make the product…

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    away. There are also quite a large amount of people that own PCs and play some sort games on them. Many people have come to accept these devices as a way of life. However, there are some who think these devices are destroying our relation with our surroundings, ie: Nature. They believe we should banish these machines and get back to the outside world. What some of these…

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    Bill Mackenzie is the Information Technology liaison with Upper Grand School District in Guelph, Canada, one of the school districts that participated in the initial pilot program for the app. He notes that the app helps students with organization and gets them excited about learning, sharing research with their peers and teachers. (Mackenzie 2015) The entire range of digital technology available to schools gets students excited about learning for the reason that it allows them to see and learn…

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    accessibility to electronics in the classroom, how has that driven change in the school district’s personal device policy? Marsh Creek Sixth Grade Center in the Downingtown School District has a 1 to 1 initiative…

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    Background Information I am guessing that my family isn’t unique when it comes to conflict surrounding electronic devices and video games, but I am tired of the fight. My three boys want to be using some kind of electronic device to play video games constantly and we often fight over this. My oldest son, Braydon is almost 17 so we battle less now because he has less time to play and he has begun to manage more of his own time. My youngest son, Colton is 7 and he is just getting into video games…

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