Modern Electronics and Todays' Youth

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Modern Electronics and Todays' Youth

Jojade S. Garbiles

Submitted as Partial Fulfillment of the requirements in English

Problem of the Study The researcher of this study wants to know if how electronics affects the lives of the people specially the youth. And by that, it becomes the problem of this term paper. To learn if what are the connections of electronics in any different form such as media, gadgets and so many other. This problem of the study would also be associated with the different characteristics of the youth that became the market of the electronic companies. the study would also tackle the different advantages of electronics in every aspect of life of a youth. Such as on their education, on their physical fitness, its effect on the social life of the youth. The study would also cover the disadvantage electronics on the physical, emotional, mental and social well-being of a youth. Also it will cover the solutions on this disadvantages that the youth acquire from electronic products.
Purpose of the Study Electronics plays a very vital role in the lives of all the people nowadays. Due to the improvement of things brought about of electronics our life becomes more comfortable and easier. But with these advantages given to us by electronics are the disadvantages to all the people specially the youth. In this research we are going to learn the relation of electronics to the lives of the youths today. In this research paper I focus my study to the youth because of some reasons. First, we all know that youths are the main target market of the companies making electronic products. It maybe because the youth don’t prefer to be left beside of the latest trending gadgets. They also became the market of those companies for the reason that they know that the youth easily fall on addiction with this kind of thing. Youth of today always long for enjoyment. And one more reason why youth became the target of those companies is that youth get bored



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