Cell Phone

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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY A mobile phone (also called mobile, cellular telephone, or cell phone) is an electronic device used for two-way radio telecommunication over a cellular network of base stations known as cell sites. Mobile phones differ from cordless telephones, which only offer telephone service within limited range through a single base station attached to a fixed land line, for example within a home or an office. Today, cell phones are the most popular tool for communication in modern life. They become a “must have” that everybody cannot live without. Although cell phones have many positive effects for human life, there are also some negative effects.
First, all cell phones are
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For some reasons, this study will be highly beneficial to the following :
School administrators, teachers and guidance counselors - This will give them baseline information with scientific results about the behavior, study habits and attitudes of students towards the growing technology industry specifically mobile phones.
Psychologist and other concern professionals - This will assist them to define, assess, interpret and evaluate intensively the behaviors, study habits and attitudes of students towards the growing technology industry specifically mobile phones.
Parents and Guardians - They will be enlightened of the impact of technological changes to the behavior of their child.
Students - For whom the study is directly address, this will serve as an eye opener.

CHAPTER II
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
FOREIGN
LOCAL
CHAPTER III
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
People can surveyed using several different modes: by an interviewer in-person or by paper questionnaires (delivered in person or in the mail).
Students aged 12 to 20 years were surveyed by random digit dialling fixed and mobile numbers. We compared participation rates and responses to a questionnaire between students surveyed by each contact method.

CHAPTER IV
RESULT
CHAPTER V
CONCLUSION
The results of the study are suggestive of mobile phone dependence among students. The data is indicative of nomophobia to be an emerging problem of the modern era.

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