A Study of human behaviour who are using mobile phones in Chennai.
Cell phones are having a great influence in our live and are very convenient to keep with us. Cell phones are a faster and more effective way to transfer information. Indeed, it is a resource that gives its user’s great advantages.
In earlier times cell-phone used to be a craze, symbol of money and success but nowadays even kids find it a necessity of life.
The aim of the research is to learn the mobile communication and its social impact in Chennai metro. A study of human behaviour, among mobile phone users in Chennai, If something is of great utility (usage, etc), it will surely have its own problems as well; cell phones are no exception. We aim to find percentage of growth and problems due to cell phone usage in particular audience and mobile phone impact on them.
Results can be positive or negative, but we want to study about changes that Cell Phone caused to human in recent days. •
We aim to conclude our research in Numerical terms.
The use of mobile phones always accompanied by the issue of health implications for human, we going to find ratio of use and hazards. •
Cell phones are a pervasive new communication technology, especially among college students. This paper examines college students cell phone usage from a behavioural and psychological perspectives so, Sampling will be mostly concentrate on youngsters and also others, to find difference between their usages. •
The degree to which the individuals are dependent on the
cell phones and what they view as the negatives of their utilization are also examined •
The use of cellular phones is changing the social aspects of many how and why?
TOPIC: A Study of human behaviour who is using mobile phones in Chennai. INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1 - Introduction and background
Wireless communication has emerged as one of the fastest diffusing mediums on the planet, fuelling an emergent "mobile youth culture"6 that speaks as much with thumbs as it does with tongues. At one of our focus groups a teen boy gushed, "I have unlimited texts .which is like the greatest invention of mankind." His enthusiasm was hardly unique.
Cell phone use and, in particular, the rise of texting has become a central part of teens’ lives. They are using their phones to stay in touch with friends and parents. They are using them to share stories and photos. They are using them to entertain themselves when they are bored. They are using them to micro-coordinate their schedules and face-to-face gatherings.
And some are using their phones to go online to browse, to participate in social networks, and check their emails. This is the sunny side of the story. Teens are also using mobile phones to cheat on tests and to skirt rules at school and with their parents. Some are using their phones to send sexts, others are sleeping with buzzing phones under their pillows, and some are using their phones to place calls and text while driving.
While a small number of children get a cell phone in elementary school, the real tipping point for ownership is in middle school. About six in ten (66%) of all children in our sample had a cell phone before they turned 14. Slightly less than 75% of all high school students had a cell phone.
This report particularly highlights the rapid rise of text messaging in recent months. Some 72% of all US teens are now text message users,7 up from 51% in 2006. Among them, the typical texter sends and receives 50 texts a day, or 1500 per month. By way of comparison a Korean, Danish or...
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