Cell Phone Addiction in Ncba College Student

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CELL PHONE ADDICTION IN NCBA COLLEGE STUDENT
A Research Paper
Presented to
Prof. Zenaida T. Miranda

National College of Business and Arts
Fairview, Quezon City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for
English 2
( 9:30-10:30 MWF )
2nd Semester 2007-2008
By:

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Linn Dantlhee E. Estopace
B.S.Accountancy
March 7, 2008

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Cell phones in the country have not only broadened communications and introduced new and faster lifestyles, but have also brought along a culture of highly modern technological times. According to Duque ( 2003 ) this gadgets have not only take hold of the country’s fancy, like computers, it ushered in a new age, eased work and introduced
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We must admit that cell phone is a quantum leap in mobile hand carried and personal communication. For such popular invention that affects the public on a large scale, controls for usage price of companies with such invention it affords us to have a life easy and pleasant, in God’s technologically enriched modern times. Statement of the Problem The study sought to answer the following questions: 1. What are the causes of cell phone addiction? 1.1. Entertainment 1.2. Cheaper cost 1.3. Portability 1.4. High tech features 1. What are the effects of cell phone addiction? 2.5. Laziness 2.6. Lessen the budget 2.7. Pornography 2.8.1. Dirty talk 2.8.2. Scandal 2.8. Increasing rate of crimes 2. Solutions to prevent cell phone addiction 3.9. Minimize the usage 3.10.3. Use cell phone for emergency purposes 3.10. Parents should guide the children Importance of the Study The significance of this study can be distinguished by undefined information gathered by the researcher to relate readers on a day to day scenario in using of cell phone. It is important in the sense that the cause and effects of cell phone addiction may reflect in the future. Scope and Limitation This study shall be limited to a specific topic which is the cause and effects of cell phone addiction and its importance. This study will not further
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