Amusement or Addiction

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2. Quote from iPhone Addiction: 6 Signs Your Smartphone Is Stressing You Out by Carolyn Gregoire, The Huffington Post, 2013 February

3. Quote from Young people depend on smartphones for almost anything by Bidita Debnath, MEDINDIA, 2013 February

4. Quote from Mobile phone addiction ruining relationships by Richard Alleyne, The Telegraph, 2012 November

5. Quote from Texting in the Classroom: Not Just a Distraction by Audrey Watters, Edutopia, 2011 September

6. Quote from Mobile phone addiction ruining relationships by Richard Alleyne, The Telegraph, 2012 November

7. Quote from Mobile phone addiction ruining relationships by Richard Alleyne, The Telegraph, 2012 November

8. All quotes from article 90 percent of young people wake up with their smartphones by Mary Gorges, Ragan, 2012 December

9. Quote from Mobile phone addiction ruining relationships by Richard Alleyne, The Telegraph, 2012 November

10. “Is the smartphone an addiction?” – Lucy Santano

11. “In 2008 a new word was created” – Lucy Santano

12. Quote from Mobile phone addiction ruining relationships by Richard Alleyne, The Telegraph, 2012 November

13. Quote from Smartphones Become Life’s Remote Control By Brian X. Chen, The New York Times, 2013 January

14. Quote from Are you a smartphone addict? By Martha Roberts, Mail Online, 2013 February

15. Quote from iPhone Addiction: 6 Signs Your Smartphone is Stressing You Out by Carolyn Gregoire, The Huffington Post, 2013 March

16. Quote from Smartphones Become Life’s Remote Control By Brian X. Chen, The New York Times, 2013 January

17. Quote from Are you a smartphone addict? By Martha Roberts, Mail Online, 2013 February

18. Quote from Are you a smartphone addict? By Martha Roberts, Mail Online, 2013 February

19. Quote from Are you a smartphone addict? By Martha Roberts, Mail Online, 2013 February

20. Statistics from How Smart Phones Are Changing the Way We Bank, Drive, Have Sex and Go to the Bathroom by Dan Kadlec, Time, 2012 June

21. Quote from Is All That Texting Turning Young Adults Into Robots? By Bonnie Rochman, Time, 2011 September

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Amusement or Addiction

  1. 1. Amusement or Addiction:an examination of young people and their Smartphone usagePhoto by: twoblueday (flickr)
  2. 2. Being constantly connected is abasic fact of life forPhoto by: Dave Frieder
  3. 3. Photo by: maveric2003 (flickr)A study has said that young people depend onInternet devices such as smartphones to
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  11. 11. In 2008 a new word was created…Photo by: Remember
  12. 12. Photo by: _Imaji_ (flickr)
  13. 13. The smartphone is no longer just a portablecomputer in your pocketIt has become the remote control for your lifePhotoby:SkyFireXII(flickr)
  14. 14. technologyhas turned usinto ‘lab ratsconstantlypressing leversto get tiny pelletsof social orintellectualnourishment’Photo by: Ilmari Karonen
  15. 15. Socialmediaandsmartphoneusersexperiencea"fearofmissingout"whentheyreunabletogettotheirphonesPhotoby:~vsteve(flickr)
  16. 16. smartphones havebecome the devicepeople neverput downPhoto by: mind on fire (flickr)
  17. 17. We even checkthem in themiddle of theNIGHT,duringCHURCHservicesandMEALSPhoto by: bmward_2000 (flickr)
  18. 18. We have a very strongto our gadgets that often leads us to use themin anPhoto by: Jhaymesisviphotography (flickr)
  19. 19. “Learning how touse your smartphonesensibly [is] a life skill”-Tom StewartPhoto by: caseyyee (flickr)
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  21. 21. With our growing dependencyon texting, are we essentiallycreating a generation ofpeople whose chiefhallmark isPhoto by: Chris Willis

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