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cell phone addiction
Transcript of cell phone addiction
1. Where is your cell phone right now?
2. What do you have your cell phone for?
3. You are doing something by your-self, and you hear your
cell phone ringing. It is not in the same room as you. What do you do?
4. Do you keep your phone near you when you are sleeping? Does anyone know what is "nomophobia"? The term, nomophobia, was first coined by British researchers in 2008 to describe people who experience anxiety when they have no access to mobile technology, like their phones. Recently, SecurEnvoy, a company that creates security for cell phones, conducted a poll of 1,000 people about cell phone use and nomophobia. The company found that 66 percent of people have the condition. David Greenfield, director of The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction "Cell phones are tools that should be used to enhance our lives," he warned, "not to destroy our interpersonal communication skills with those that we love." "We haven't even begun to see the impact that this technology has — it will become a worldwide epidemic. It's not here yet, but it will be." -researches in different countries about cell phone addiction
- Great Britain
-similarities with other addictions
- feeling better
- anxiety - addicts and their behaviour
- Francisca Lopez Torrecillas
- psychological effects
- neglecting imoprtant activities
- being connected and in contact with others
- adolescents - What do addicts say and do?
- using it in the bathroom
- bringing it everywhere
- communication with their children - warning sings of nomophobia - "FOMO" - Who has more chances to get addicted?
- gender lines
- generational lines -smartphones
- their functions
-research about smartphones -harmful effects on human body
- cancer - psychological problems
- neurological diseases
- lifting their mood - recovery center - How not to be become addicted? http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-01-18/health/sc-health-0118-cell-phone-20120118_1_internet-addiction-iphone-users-slot-machineshttp://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/09/21/why-mobile-phone-addiction-is-now-on-rehab-menu/
http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/health/2012/11/30/mobile-phone-addiction-like-compulsive-shopping-study-says/SatlWi3lrFVQunCN6Vl9BP/story.html Who are they? How many will be there?
They are students, and there will be between 15 and 20 of them.
What is their knowledge of the subject?
They have a little or no information about his topic.
What is their age, sex, educational background?
They are between 18 and 20 years old. There will be both genders. They all have graduated from high schools.
Why are they there? Who asked them to be there?
They will be there because they have to participate to the class. No body asked them to be there, they have to be there.
Where will I stand? Can they all see & hear me?
I will stand in front of them and they all can see and hear me.
Audience analysis What are their needs? What are your needs as the speaker?
They should know more about this kind of addiction, because we all have big chances to get addicted. My needs as the speaker are to inform them about my topic.
What specific needs do you need to address?
Specific needs I want to addres is showing them how dangerous are those cell phones, and how harmful they can be to our body.
What do they expect to learn or hear from you?
I gues they want to learn something more about my topic, to get better information, and they want to hear only the most important things and also only checked information. Thank you for your attention :)