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    Argumentative Essay Revision Shot to aim directly at people who tend to disregard warnings and are most like to be distracted drivers, texting and driving PSA’s bring awareness and self consciousness to the general public as they display from moderate to severe graphic scenes on what happens when you take your eyes off of the wheel. A distracted driving PSA ad is not only one of the best ways to alert people of the consequences of unfocused driving, but it can also reduce the number of distracted

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    their devices; so connected that they can’t even resist the urge to peek at it while driving two ton vehicles at high speeds. Many people will say that it’s very dangerous to drink and drive, so they don’t. Many of the same people will agree that texting while driving is dangerous, yet they don’t think twice about taking a quick look at their phone while speeding down the interstate. Driving under the influence impairs the motor skills of the human, causing drivers to have a hard time

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    Texting And Texting

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    Everyone knows that texting is a form of communication, almost all individuals experience it. All sources looked upon mainly have the said idea entailed. However, some may have never thought it would and could affect individuals in the real world of communicating face to face. Most have not thought about this issue as if it concerns many in writing papers or writing in general. Some say texting is texting; it does not matter what texting does. It is all a form of communication, so who cares. In the

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    Texting and Driving English 135 Professor Wright DeVry University Prewriting What is your narrowed topic? Be detailed in your answer. You can use any of the versions you’ve developed for prior assignments. The narrowed topic for my paper is about how laws are more effective in preventing texting and driving compared to the use of apps or devices that prevent the in-car use of cellphones. Who is your primary audience or reader? Why? Be detailed in your answer about your audience. My

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    Texting and Driving “Over the last few years mobile phones have become significantly more developed, allowing people to access social networking sites, browse the internet, use maps and play music. Complex applications can now be used on the move anywhere in the world, and as technology advances further we need to understand how it impacts on driver behavior” (Reed, N., Robbins). We have become addicted to our little back lit devices we call a cell phones, that we can’t even set it down to drive

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    booming now-a-days texting and snapchatting have easily outnumbered calling because it's supposedly easier to do. It might be cliche to say but calling is a lot better than texting because it’s good to talk instead of reading virtual letters on a screen. Talking over the phone is sort of a life skill because when people grow up they might have to answer phone calls for business purposes and it’s a hundred percent an adulting need. Calling is definitely easier than texting because there is a

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    Seeing someone behind the wheel of a car and texting has become quite a frequent sight. Texting and driving is a serious hazard, which could ultimately cost you your life or others. This pressing issue needs well thought out ads that will convince people to act on this deadly habit and not just be aware of it. Through that idea I felt that my ad is a perfect fit for this problem. This will be revealed through understanding how important this topic is, while also understanding the pathos and logos

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    talking in person. Which creates the question, do people prefer texting or calling more? Both are common ways of communication, but is one preferred more over the other? Texting can be used as a way to bounce around conversations that people might not want to talk about. Calling is great way for those who can talk for hours. Phone calls are amazing for people that don't want to wait hours for a response back. Both calling and texting have pros and cons, that people will have with either one. As

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    Texting As Addictive

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    Texting has been embraced by young people with an enthusiasm that is shown for few other activities. But unfortunately, Texting can be extremely dangerous in some cases. It also appears to be addictive and because of this, it interferes with academics and focus. But is texting as detrimental to focus and as addictive as studies often say? In response to the onslaught of texting teachers have attempted to employ many strategies to stop the new phenomena. For the most part, they have been unsuccessful

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    The Ethics Of Texting

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    Issue: Texting is bad in many situations and younger individuals find texting to be acceptable in certain circumstances where it should not be exercised. Author’s Position: The position of the author Randy Cohen is that he believes texting while in conversation or interacting with people is a poor habit to exhibit. Evidence: The author expresses a great amount of evidence while discussing the topic of when texting is inappropriate. An example of this is when the author states “clearly it is

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