The Effects of Text Message in the Psychosocial Development

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Effects of Text Message in the Psychosocial Developments of the Students

Nowadays, the world is molded with many modern technologies just like the widespread use of cell phone, computer, television and other breakthroughs of technology. The messages are transferred in a faster and easier way through texting. The text messaging menstruation is now widespread throughout the world. All age, gender and status in society is exposed in this way through cell phone message. Part of every human life, especially the professionals, we cannot deny the fact the great influence in the creation of this text message in humankind.

Text messaging or Short Messaging Service is a short form of sending messages in text form using mobile phones. It can send up to 160 characters or fewer; newer phones can hold up to 20 pages of 160 characters. Text messaging is the cell phone phenomenon that is changing the way people communicate through cell phones. T-Mobile sales representative in El Paso, Chris Yakubovsky, reports that well over 60 percent of all their cell phone communication is now being done via text messaging. He said that text-messaging plans are among the highest selling and most demanding of all the plans the phone company offers on a national basis.

The word text was derived from French word "texte" and the Latin language "Textus" refers to tissue, structure and context of an object. While its verb forms "textere" means knit, arch or form. In technical terms we use Textus and texte, it refers to the contents of any printed form and delegate any written or oral beings (Raymundo 2003). in spite of the prosperity it brings texting has negative effect especially the spelling of academic words, Filipino or English, for the reason that they shorten the words eventually get used to it and do even the actual field of study. The students are greatly affected with this dilemma. The former Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS) Secretary Raul Roco said in an...
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