We all know cellphones have helped youth with connectivityImage by: Hoodlumpr
But are all cellphones really all good?Image by: Oberazzi
Children have started to usecellphones from such a young agewithout knowing any of the effects. Image by: pistolero595
Mobile phones stop teenagers from ge>ng a good nights sleep Image by: Hilmar Traus@ Source: Kate Devlin: Mobile Phones Stop Teenagers Ge>ng a Good Nights Sleep
Many young people feel “pressure” to be at the end of their phones “around the clock” …the stress of which leads them to take up smoking or drinking. -‐ Kate Devlin Image by: I Travel East Source: Kate Devlin: Mobile Phones Stop Teenagers Ge>ng a Good Nights Sleep
Cellphones give children a way to escapemonitoring of their activity on the internet bytheir parents.Image by: Vincepal
"74% of all teens say they occasionally access the internet on phones” Image by: Ben Mason Source: Camille Bau@sta Cellphones: A Teen’s Lifeline To The Internet
Cellphones hamperparents ability toprevent their childrenfrom seeingand saying the wrong thingson the internet.Image by: Andreas Eldh Source: Martha Irvine: More Youth Use Smartphones to Log Online: US Report
The greatest example of this is Snapchat, whichallows users to send pictures via mobile device,without the worry of it being saved.Parents need to worry about theirchildren using it for sexting. Image by: Rashad Blueblood Source: Larry Magid (Forbes): What is Snapchat and Why Do Kids Love it and Parents Fear It?
Furthermore, cellphonesare also a large distractionto students, in and outsideof the classroom.Image by: SamsungTomorrow
The idea has been proposed to have cellphones usedas a teaching device in classrooms, but…Image by: jane0 Source: Kris@n Rushowy: Teens Say Cellphones Distrac@ng In Class
72% of studentsdo not thinkcellphones have aplace in the classroomas an educationaltool……Saying cellphones are already such a large distraction! Image by: Mark Phillips Source: Kris@n Rushowy: Teens Say Cellphones Distrac@ng In Class
Teens have become addicted to their phones. With the term“Crackberry” often being usedto describe the addictiveness of the once quite popular Blackberry.Image by: Mitchel Alcala
We feel that we could bemissing out if wedo not have our cellphones with usat all times.Image by: Studio Brussel Source: Ann Louise Gidleman: Are Teens Addicted to Cell Phones?
“30% of teens are depressed when theycannot use their cellphone.”! - TotalHealthImage by: AndyCrud Source: Ann Louise Gidleman: Are Teens Addicted to Cell Phones?
It is also worrisometo think thattexting is creatingan antisocial andshy generation.Image by: Seth Berg
Where calling someone’s home phone or leaving amessage is a thing of the past.Image by: Mila J.
And where the ability to interact with others does notrequire strong social skills but strong thumbs.Image by: SamsungTomorrow
With Americans sending or receiving 357 text messages amonth compared with just 204 phone calls.Well over 60% of all T-Mobile cellphone communicationis now being done via text messaging.Image by: pistolero595 Source: Cesar Marquez: Nega@ve Aspects of Text Messaging
Unfortunately,!!with all of this being said,!!cellphones are a part of our !!everyday lives now, and I !!don’t see them losing !!popularity any time soon.Image by: tomms