Could you image going through your whole life, without a cell phone? Many of us have become accustom to the new technology that allows us to communicate so effectively. Today the world uses technology in almost everything it does. No modern artifact has the capability to be so incredibly noticeable and brilliantly built as the cell phone. Cell phones play a huge role in our daily lives. They are an item that every one possesses from, children, students, workers, parents, and etc. In today’s society people would say that the cell phone is a necessity. Starting off as big and bulky, the cell phone has quickly evolved to an easy to carry sophisticated item. Cell phones are changing American culture in multiple ways, from culture norms, values, and use of time. Many say that cell phones are good, but some say they are bad. Is this an argument we could make? However, are cell phones talking away from our students or helping them? It is extremely important; reason is cell phones are affecting our students every day. How are they helping the society, or are they destroying it? Why do student love cell phones so much, there are many reasons. Here are some positive ones. People portray the cell phone as glamorous, but also inexpensive. Many users decorate and personalize their phones, giving it a unique ability to represent someone. The cell phone has become a kind of art in itself, in which a user's choice of phone and decoration acts as a kind of personal statement. Students do this to feel apart of different groups. Think about it what student wants to walk around with an outdated phone without any games or Internet on it. I would say barely a few, if not none. Classrooms are another area that has clearly been changed by cell phones, but how and how much? “Student cell phone users check their phones an average of one to five times during class. About half of students 51 percent say that cell phone use in class affects their ability to concentrate...
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