Many accidents are blamed on distracted driving and most of the distractions are caused by cell phone usage. Some people feel that creating a law against cell phone use on the road interferes with their personal rights. Others think that banning someone from using their cell phones is the same as telling someone that they can't tune in from one channel to another on their radio or even conversate with someone else in their car. However, using a cell phone, whether talking or texting, while driving can be extremely dangerous; it should be made illegal because it is very hazardous to yourself and the people surrounding you can get hurt or it could lead to the death of loved ones. Occasionally it can even be compared to the danger level of drunk driving. No matter what age the driver is or how much experienced time they have had with it, under no circumstance should they be texting while driving. Texting or using a cell phone while driving is very hazardous to yourself and the people surrounding you. One reason the majority of people are against this action is because it causes a great amount of car accidents every year. While driving, adults and teenagers cannot resist the urge to pick up their cell phone and send a text or respond to one, and as soon as the driver’s eyes meet their cellular device, their focus on the road is drawn away. In 2009, 5,474 lives were taken and 448,000 people got injured from car accidents from being distracted while driving, says the “Outlawing
Cell phones and driving are like oil and water, they don’t mix well together. The NSC, National Safety Council, annual injury and fatality report, provided that the usage of cell phone causes 26% of the nation’s car accidents. Even though there may be some pros to using your phone while driving, the cons outweigh the pros in this case.
Answering cell phones takes nearly about 3 to 4 seconds. This includes, reaching for the cell phone and seeing whose calling.…
Of course, cell phones have impacted those who own one in a negative or a positive way.
The cell phones that have been created to this day have allowed any individual who may own one to communicate with anyone worldwide. Beth Buczyhski in “The Cell Phone Turns 40: Pros and Cons of a Cordless Life” report said, “ Forty years ago today, Motorola engineer Martin Cooper stood out in the front of the New York Hilton in Manhattan and made the very first call on a mobile phone.”…
The participants’ saliva content was compared to deaf patients who either do not use a mobile phone at all or use them for non-verbal activity like sending texts. Results showed that the heavy mobile phone users had significantly greater saliva oxidative stress.
Lead author Dr Yaniv Hamzany said: “This suggests that there is considerable oxidative stress on the tissue and glands which are close to the cell phone when in use.…
In the upcoming social world, mobiles for all generations have become a necessity. Mobile phones used to be a device that could “make and receive calls over a radio link whilst moving around a wide geographic area”. However recently, the mobile phone has become one of the fastest growing segments of the technology souk.…
Oxford College of London
Course: Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership
Certification by: EDEXCEL
Module: HOLIDAY BOOKING MOBILE APPLICATION – DREAM HOLIDAYS
Made By: Mehrine Kiren
Reference Number: OXF 8993
Module Teacher: Mr Rehan
Academic Session: Feb 2013 - Feb 2014
HOLIDAY BOOKING MOBILE APPLICATION – DREAM HOLIDAYS
(CNN) -- As per a report published by CNN these days the mobile phones have become an increasingly ubiquitous…
The report will look at how technology has enhanced how communities perceive the humble television and how it has evolved to become what is today. By examining a wide range of recently produced journal articles and internet sites this report will describe and explore the aforementioned topics.…
I have not worked collaboratively nor have I copied from any other student’s work or from any other source except where due acknowledgment is made explicitly in the text, nor has any part been written for me by another person.…
On this basis, my research deals with consumers’ choice criteria in mobile phone markets by studying factors that influence intention to acquire new mobile phones on one hand and factors that influence on mobile phone change on the other
There are numerous complex factors that need to be taken into account when exploring mobile phone buying decision process, including both macro and microeconomic conditions that affect the evolution of mobile phone market in general and individual consumer’s motives…
identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, including e-safety
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989)
There are 54 articles set out to state the rights and freedoms of ALL children. A number of the
articles are to ensure children are looked after and kept safe.…
Second Journal Article Banerjee, S., Yancey, S., (2010), Enhancing mobile coupon redemption in fast food campaigns, Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 4(2), 97 – 110.
Third Journal Article Eagle, L., Brennan, R., (2007), Beyond advertising: in-home promotion of “fast food”,
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Young Consumers: Insight and Ideas for Responsible Marketers, 8(4), 278 – 288.
You will use these journal articles to write your structured report.…