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    1. 1. How Do Communication Technologies Impact Current Society? Results Represented Mathematically
    2. 2. Choosing Communication Technology We chose to study communication technology because it has such a large impact on our lives today. We created a survey of 12 Questions for our classmates to answer. We asked questions related to the use of communication technology.
    3. 3. Showing Our Data There are many different ways to represent data, mathematically, that can be collected. A few ways that we have mathematically represented our data are:  Bar Graphs  Pie Charts  Line Graphs  Tables
    4. 4. Results
    5. 5. Quantitative Results Age VS Hours of Communication Used Daily Age VS Age of First Cell Phone Age 16-10 VS Uses of Communication Technology Gender VS Age of First Cell Phone and Number of Hours Spent Using Communication Tech Click to Go Back
    6. 6. 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 16-20 21-30 30-40 40 + Amount of Time Spent Using Communication Technology Daily Age Range VS Hours of Communication Technology Used Daily Age Ranges AverageNumberofHours SpentDailyUsing CommunicationTechnology Click to Go Back
    7. 7. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 16-20 21-30 31-40 41 + Average Age of First Cell Phone AgeRanges Average Age of First Cell Phone Click to Go Back
    8. 8. Age 16-20 and There Use of Communication Technology 17% 25% 33% 4% 21% 16-20 Year Olds Use of Different Communication Technologies Face to Face Cell Phone/Land Line Texting Email Click to Go Back
    9. 9. 0 5 10 15 20 25 Male Female Number of Hours Spent Using Communication Technology Age of First Cell Phone Click to Go Back
    10. 10. Qualitative Results Click to Go Back
    11. 11. Age Range VS. View on Communication Technology Age Range Will Communication Technology take the place of Real Face to Face Interactions 16-20 No, face to face communication is still important 21-30 No, humans need social interactions 30-40 No, body language is too important for positive interaction 40 + No, personal interactions are too important and some are too old to use these types of communication Click to Go Back
    12. 12. Age Range VS Implications in a Classroom Age Range Implications of Communication Technology in a Classroom 16-20 Online homework and texting involved in a lesson 21-30 Blogs, review sessions, social networking, presentations, Skype, Instant Messaging, and Email 30-40 Research Projects 40+ Surveys, Clickers, Video Conferencing, Skype with other Classes Click to Go Back
    13. 13. Aspect of Communication Technology Gender Favorite Aspect of Communication Technology Male Convenient, Efficient and Easy to Use Female Accessible, Efficient, and Able to Keep in Touch Click to Go Back
    14. 14. Gender VS Least Favorite Aspect of Communication Technology Gender Least Favorite Aspect of Communication Technology Male Intrusive and Distracting Female Lack of in person interactions, No personality, people hide behind technology Click to Go Back
    15. 15. Conclusions Generally, individuals believe communication technology is efficient, easy to use, and useful for quickly getting in touch with a person. Individuals stated that they did not like the lack of personal interactions and intrusiveness that is involved in communication technology. The most frequent uses of communication technology did change based on age. Everyone who participated in our study owned a cell phone, computer(with internet access), and television. Most individuals spend at least 2-3 hours daily using communication technology of any kind The age of a person’s first cell phone is definitely decreasing 16-20 year olds spend most of their communication technology time text messaging From our study, males spend more time using communication technology than females. Click to Go Back