Cellphones in our Society Argumentative Essay by Primo

Cellphones in our Society
A look at the impact that cellular phones have on our society.
# 6664 | 700 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 08, 2003 in English (Argument) , Computer and Technology (Technology) , Communication (General)

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The author of this paper notes how common cellphones have become and how they affect our every day life. The paper includes a brief study into the advantages and disadvantages of cellphones.

From the Paper:

"Another major concern over cell phone use is the safety debate. Studies have shown that drivers who talk on cell phones are as dangerous as those who drive drunk. "Driving and talking on a cell phone is like drinking and driving. In both cases, the driver's reaction time is slowed, especially in the event of a roadway mishap requiring urgent response. In addition, a driver likely cannot give the same level of attention to driving as when not using a cell phone" (Egan). New York was the first state to pass laws against driving while talking on your cell phone, and several other states are poised to follow suit."

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