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Do Cell Phones Have an Effect on Teens and Their Daily Life?

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leeza wilson

on 10 February 2012

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Transcript of Do Cell Phones Have an Effect on Teens and Their Daily Life?

"Do Cell Phones Have an Effect on Teens and their daily life?" Hypothesis
Ho-Hypothesis: Cell Phones Do Have an Effect on Teens and Their Daily life.

Ha-Null Hypothesis: Cell Phones Do Not Have an Effect On Teens and Their Daily Life.
The Effects cell phones have on teenagers Improper
Grammer Cell Phone Obsession Cell phones effect the way how people live and they have a HUGE impact on our daily lives. Homework Using Text symbology in school papers Unable to pronounce words in the correct way Priorities Chores Writing/Typing improper grammer and not correcting the mistakes Leeza Wilson
Ms.Tyler English IV 2nd Period Texting While Driving References Glosser, Gisele “Teens, Sleep and School”

Reynolds, Laura “The Effects of Cell Phones on Teenagers”

Peters Eric, “Cell Phones and Teen Drivers” \

Lenhart, Amanda, Ling Rich, Campbell Scott, Purcell Kristen “Teens and Mobile Phones “ http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Teens-and-Mobile-Phones/Chapter-5/Adverse-side-effects-of-teen-cell-phone-use.aspx
Van Petten, Vanessa “Cell Phones and Consequences: How Mobile Phones Effect Teenage Culture” Texting while driving is the act of composing, sending, reading text messages, email, or making other similar use of the web on a mobile phone while operating a motor vehicle Nearly 50 percent of teens admit to text messaging while driving -- an alarming statistic that now rivals driving and drinking in terms of danger and prevalence.

When it comes to teen driving, put the danger of text-messaging while driving right up there with drunken driving as Public Enemies No. 1 and 1A on the nation's roads. Studying Any Questions? Introduction To inform everyone how cell phones have EFFECTED today's society.
To prove that cell phones can be negative in some ways.

"In the United States, 66% of the population owns a cell phone Important Facts U.S. population stands at 297 million, with 197 million cell phone users Cell phones have become a way to close out others, and help to form an invisible wall that isolates Studies show that the shortened speech may help children with reading comprehension, and that there are no negative effects from texting. Positive Effects of Cell Phones Over time, continuous cell phones usage can cause low-level radiation. Radiation can cause tumor growth with enough exposure. Negative Effects Don't text and drive! For instance, some BlackBerry users affectionately call this handheld device a "Crackberry," equating it to a drug. The constant act of checking emails, text messages, instant messages and calls can consume a person's life and interfere with normal daily activities. Pictures of people... Texting while driving http://www.oprahshow/End-Distracted_Driving?5#ixzz1luXtCwmc A recent survey finds that 71 percent of people
between the ages of 18 and 49 amit they text or talk
on the phone while they drive. Negative In conclusion, during the process of my capstone, what i have researched is that cell phones do have an effect on teens and their daily life. Cell phones have both positive and negative effects on teens lives. Such as, Texting while driving, using improper grammar, doing homework and etc. I also know that cell phones are cool but you shouldnt make them your main focus. Conclusion Negative Positive Nearly 9 of 10 teenage drivers have engaged in
distracted-driving behaviors.
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