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...of connection and disruption are evident throughout the society. Instead of sending letters back in the 1950’s, smartphones are convenient to keep people stays in touch with families and friends at home through texting, calling and emailing (Westenberg, 2015). While, a recent study of University of Derby suggested that smartphone can cause obsession, “encourage narcissistic tendencies and should come with a health warning” to children (Hunt, 2015). Therefore, as technology enables individuals to share information rapidly from one group to another via social media and electronic devices, the spread of social activities or world cultures can have a large impact (both in negative and positive ways) on people’s lives. As long as individuals use smartphones properly, it will act as a tool to advance communication and boost efficiency to the jobs instead of causing harm.
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