• Mobile Phone and Teens
    privileges (grounded) , she can be given a cell phone with no service contract in order to call emergency services if necessary. cell phones also keep teenagers safe in social situations where they might need a parent or friend's help. For example, if a teenager has been drinking and realizes that she...
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  • Essat
     Sarah Omoghan Nov 13, 2013 Teenagers and The Over Use of Cell Phones The use of cell phones should be banned for teenagers. Similar to the legal age of purchasing alcohol and tobacco, the same law should be enforced when it comes to the use of cell phones among...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of mobile phone
    Cell phones are a great invention and a popular way to communicate---half of all Americans and Europeans use one. They allow us to work on the go and stay in touch. When put in the hands of a teenager, however, they can have some effects of which adults should be aware. Read more: http...
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  • Texting and Driving
    origin of texting and driving is cell phones. While in the other countries, teenagers don’t have the privilege to own a car or a cell phone. The world could forbid texting and driving by the following reasons. First, if a police catches a teenager using a cell phone, they could be given a ticket. If...
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  • Cell Phones
    communicate with peers. Conversations on cell phones and short message texting can become a distraction to teenagers allowing them not to concentrate on school, home or church, and this prompts parents to question whether teenagers should be permitted to use cell phones or not. However, there are...
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  • Teens and Cell Phones
    KINATA HOLT English Composition I Essay 5 TEENS AND CELL PHONES: A RECIPE FOR DISASTER In 2008, CTIA and Harris Interactive conducted a survey of 2,000 teenagers across the United States. The survey revealed that four out of five teenagers own a cell phone; they are considered a necessary...
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    should be the responsibility of each student. We learn from our teachers and therefore should have consistency in treatment from each teacher. Teachers use their cell phones to network, access information, and stay in contact with family both daily and in emergencies. Students should be given the same opportunities. Responsibility to us teenagers is good....
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  • Cell Phones Should Be Ban for Teen
    Jianghao Qiu Eng 101 Final Paper 12/06/2012 The Usage of Cell Phones Should Be Restricted to Teens Cell phones and mobile phones are the main invention of modern technology and also have historically been given to human beings to send messages, entertain and ultimately help them make life...
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  • Cell Phone
    Cameron Micham November 16, 2011 Miss Rounds English “Cell Phone Use Leads to ‘Inattention Blindness’ and Can Prove Fatal” by William Saletan (A) Cell phone usage puts people’s lives at risk, and many times is fatal.  The more tasks a driver is given, the worse they do. Cell phone usage...
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  • The Use of Cell Phones and Driving
    supposed to be in. Talking or texting on a cell phone for a teenager while driving can make a young driver’s reaction time as slow as that of a 70-year old due to inexperience and the brain not being fully developed just yet. One more fact given is that answering a text message while driving can distract...
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  • The Power of Cell Phones
    , or owning a car. These advantages come as time proceeds, but the point is that twelve year olds don’t need a cell phone. Focusing on education should be the main priority of their daily ritual. The danger of having a cell phone at a young age would lead towards trouble, such as failing school...
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  • When Will Society Hang Up on Cell Phone Rudeness
    Frasure 1 WHEN WILL SOCIEY HANG UP ON CELL PHONE RUDENESS? The use of cellular phones has gotten way out of control. People should avoid over using the cell phone because it is annoying to others especially in restaurants, schools and in churches. However, in an emergency it is...
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  • Impact of Mobile Phone
    Communication PACG 5 PACG 6 PACG 7 reach the teenager Contact Contact in case of trouble Safety & Security Communication Emergency 108 Selected responses with differing views given by PACG 3 (why teenagers should not possess mobile phones) and PACG 5 (why teenagers should possess a mobile phone...
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  • The Effects of Media on Teenagers
    throughout every aspect of life: cell phones, laptops, iPods, and portable Internet availability. Modern technology has the capability to enhance social abilities of today’s young generation; therefore, teenagers have learned to embrace technology for different purposes. For instance, television, radio...
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  • Virgin-Case-Study
    loyalty at a young age. If a teenager is given the freedom to have a cell phone at an early age by Virgin mobile and feels comfortable and trusting of the provider they will come back to the brand when their are of legal age to a contractual cell phone plan and opt out of it by choosing Virgin Mobile...
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  • Persuasive
    so many people that follow poor judgment and use cell phones while behind the wheel of a car. • The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 3% of drivers are talking on hand-held cell phones at any given time. The NHTSA estimates that your chance of an accident increases...
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  • Are Cell Phone Dangerous
    them even after these close calls they have had. 45% percent of the adults’ survey stated they have almost gotten hit while walking while using their cell phone, and they have even been pulled back from someone who was near them to avoid getting hit. Both teenagers and adults agreed that they should...
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  • Kids and Mobile Phones
    to be? Schools have banned the use of mobile phones as it is a constant source of distraction among students, whatever the age. Some teenagers have even cheated on tests using cell phones. Parents arguments that they need to know what their child is upto, does not hold water because the student is...
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  • Effects on Thirdyear Highschool Students
    Language article, text messaging by phones or mobile phones should include all 26 letters of the alphabet and 10 numerals, i.e., alpha-numeric messages, or text, to be sent by texter or received by the texter. Cell phones are becoming a modern day necessity, to the point where they are a must have...
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  • Cell phone
    talking or texting on their cell phones. He also finds that it is very inconvenient that people make themselves available to anyone and everyone at any given second. Charles Fisher argues that back in the day when there were no cell phone and people were not always available, life was not so complicated...
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