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60 Free Essays on Cell Phone Distraction

  1. Cell Phone

    The influence of the use of mobile phones on driver situation awareness By Andrew Parkes, Transport Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, England. aparkes@trl.co.uk & Victor Hooijmeijer, Verkeersadviesburo Diepens en Okkema, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. v.hooijmeijer@eindhoven.diepensenokkema.nl Abs

  2. Talking on the Cell Phone While Driving Is Not Like Drunk Driving

    Cellular phones, for most people today, are a necessity in our lives. People take their phones everywhere they go. These days, phones have gotten even more complex and we use them as a means for communication by voice, text, sound, and video. Because cell phones are considered such a necessity by

  3. Restricted Cell Phone Areas

    In the article" From Stone Age To Phone Age ", author Barbara Ehrereich argues that all cell phones serve as a status symbol, thus presenting mankind's selfish attempt to "showboat" their level of importance. By publicly engaging in meaningless conversations individuals are able to obtain admirer's

  4. Cell Phone on Plane

    Road warrior is warned from the flight attendant not to use electronic devices during takeoff and landing, and not to use cell phones anytime on a plane. Even there is no hard proof that cell phones and other electronic devices pose safety risks on aircraft, airlines suggest these electronic should

  5. Cell Phone Safety

    CELLULAR PHONES Each day something like 30,000 people in the United States sign up for and start using a cellular phone. With a cell phone you can talk to anyone on the planet from just about anywhere (80% of the U.S. has coverage). A cell phone is really an extremely sophisticated radio. A cell

  6. Surround Sound Mixing

    "The World is not flat, it is Surround" Christopher Columbus-1492 Today there are various opportunities for up and coming mixers to venture into a surround sound format, especially in their attempts to satisfy the seated audience in a theatre and for those listening and watching o

  7. Cell Phone Ettiqute

    Have you ever dined at restaurant opposite someone chatting on their cell phone? This encounter is rude, selfish, and barbaric. But not all mobile phones can be unpleasant. One-sixth of the world's population owns a cell phone. There are more cell phone lines than fixed telephone lines both in the U

  8. Rudeness of People on Cell Phones in Public

    Is the rudeness of cell phone users just a symptom of a society that has become less considerate and more self centered? Are rude clerks and customers also another symptom? This essay will discuss how to reverse those trends into more considerate trends to deal with these habits. The biggest rise i

  9. Use of Cell Phones Should Be Banned

    The notion of use of cell phone while driving is an anti-social activity because it puts the lives of the driver and others at risk. It is a huge responsibility to drive a car and one which should not be taken for granted because it is associated with the lives of others. Such a responsibility is tr

  10. Prime Cell Case Study

    Case Study C1 — PrimeCell Jason Aldous Norwich University MBA Seminar 1 — Strategic Resource Management From: Bill Welch To: Sally Gates Subject: Suggested strategy with PrimeCell Northeast Region CSB Date: March 22, 2008 1.0 Situation Summary: PrimeCell occupies a so

  11. Cell Phones

    Do you have a cell phone? Well, to the many who do, it is a way of communication in a car. Cell phones have been known to distract the driver from concentrating on the road. But is it really worth banning? A majority of the nation agrees to ban cell phones in the use by the driver. Our nation

  12. Effects of Cell Phone Advertising for the Last 20 Years

    Effects of Cell Phone Advertising for the last 20 years This paper sets out to explore the correlation between cell phone advertising and the effects it has had on our society. I will provide evidence that advertising has transformed our social norms in regards to cell phone usage. First topic of

  13. Cell Phone Use and Brain Tumors

    Introduction Many technologies today have made life so much easier to the point that it is hard to live without them. Cell phones could safely be included in this category. Cell phones are the smaller and wireless version of the regular phones, which people can take anywhere they want. When peo

  14. Cell Phone

    The negative influence of the cell phones Nowadays we cannot imagine a life without a cell phone. - disturbs at meetings Influences health Brains Researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, interviewed 634 persons with brain tumors. In a 2-year study, the team found an incre

  15. Phone Entry

    Phone Entry For those of us who can’t afford sixty-thousand dollar Navigaters’ with On Star personal assistance, I introduce to you the poor man’s On Star. Trough following these simple instructions you should never have to worry about locking your keys in your car again. First

  16. Pussuasive Speech

    I. Attention A. As Illinois secretary of state, Jesse White's usual domain consists of licensing drivers, registering corporations and publishing the state's blue book manual, but he has recently turned his attention to people walking across the street. 1. According t

  17. Drivers Should Not Be Allowed to Use Cell Phones While Driving

    Drivers Should Not Be Allowed to Use Cell Phones While Driving Drivers should not be able to use their cell phones while driving, for the reason that the use of a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle is exceedingly hazardous for the driver, as well as others who are traveling along the same

  18. “Texting While Driving”

    Grade: A Position: I believe texting while driving should be against the law. INTRODUCTION  Attention-getter: How many of you in here use the texting feature on your cell phone? How many of you in here text while you are driving? I personally do not bother with texting, and if I did, I d

  19. Cell Phone Industry Research

    I. Problem Definition Cell phones have fast become common place and rarely do you find a person without one. In June of 2002 ‘62% of Americans owned a cell phone, up from 55% in 2000.' (Fetto 2002) As competition increases among phone manufacturers, they continue to add options in hopes to increa

  20. Cell Phones

    Cell Phones! What Causes Mobile Phone Radiation and How Does it Effect Your Body? Why is it so popular with young teenagers today? What problems do Mobile phones cause? Walking around in school to walking around at the shopping centre with your mobile phone may seem fashionable a

  21. A Look at the Cell Phone Market and What It Entails

    A LOOK AT THE CELL PHONE MARKET AND WHAT IT ENTAILS ECO 252 April 24, 2008 Recent changes in the competition of cell phones and cell phone companies have lead to an unh

  22. The Ten Commandments of Cell Phone Etiquette

    There comes a time in any technological revolution when some basic guidelines need to be laid down. It happened when e-mail exploded on the scene and people started to learn some basic dos and don'ts around the new medium. For example, if you copy the boss in on an e-mail message to a colleague, it

  23. When Will Society Hang Up on Cell Phone Rudeness

    Frasure 1 WHEN WILL SOCIEY HANG UP ON CELL PHONE RUDENESS? The use of cellular phones has gotten way out of control. People should avoid over using the cell phone because it is annoying to others especially in restaurants, schools and in churches. However, in an emergency it is understandab

  24. Safer with Cell Phones?

    I just happen to stumble across this article by chance. It talks about how college students feel safer having cell phones. The research reveals that carrying a cell phone can amp up risk-taking, particularly among women. (LiveScienc.com 2008) I found this statement very interesting simply because

  25. Cell Phone Ettiquette

    Cell phones in America have now become a large part of daily life, and are still growing in popularity and functionality. It is absolutely ridiculous to consider putting put a ban on them in public places such as movie theaters, restaurants and grocery stores. First of all, there would be absolutel

  26. Cell Phone Etiquette Speech

    Introduction Most likely, anyone in this audience has been annoyed by a cell phone at least once in their life. My personal pet peeves are those who answer ringing cell phones in the movie theatres and those who insist on sharing their suspenseful conversations with the rest of the world. It is im

  27. Cell Phone Evolution: Good and Bad

    Cell Phone Evolution: Good and Bad Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the world has become a smaller and faster place. The time used to travel to far distances has decreased. The growth of new technologies, traveling and communicating has become simple daily tasks for many people. T

  28. Cell Phone in Today Culture

    Ring, Ring Your Freedom Away Mobile phone also known as a cell phone to some people has come along way. Starting out as a bulky, undependable phone of the past; where only the business man and the wealthy can afford this piece of expensive technology. To the present day low cost personal item wi

  29. What Makes You Buy a Cell Phone

    In modern society there are many factors that can be used to influence or change the mind of a single person. A good example on how these factors are set in motion is through advertising. Each commercial has three aspects that can influence the audience into buying the product they are trying to s

  30. Objection to Cellphone Use

    Objections to Cellphone use In certain places Introduction These days it is not uncommon having people going about their jobs with head inclined and one hand curled over the ear. These people also seem to be talking to themselves , they waggle their hands and smile , laugh ,snarl at nobody arou