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An understanding of how changes in technology impact on the way humans communicate, and the ethical issues that surround these issue.

Mobile phones are increasingly becoming the most common way we communicate, yet this change comes with problems. We live in a society where mobile phones are used to communicate globally. Depending on the culture of a country, issues surrounding the idea of mobile phones differ. 

A study investigated and compared the usage of mobile phones in Sweden, Japan and the USA. This study explored a number of cultural differences that were problematic, or not, to each country. I found it interesting that they asked all three countries if they use their mobile phone quietly in public spaces. Japan and Sweden said they are quiet, whereas USA expressed that they are not quiet if they need to use their phone in public. (Baron & Segerstad, 2010). This can be an example of ethical issues being prominent in some countries, but not others. If an American were to travel to Japan, they may still use their mobile phone loudly in a public space, and be seen as being rude without understanding why.

The issue of cyberbullying has been an ongoing issue in Australia, and is increasingly getting worse. (Price & Dalgleish, 2010). Australia is now introducing school policies in response to cyberbullying. Australian schools have found a convincing connection between cyberbullying, and technologies being used during school. Many schools have already banned mobile phones from classroom, and Australia believes this is an appropriate and effective implication to decrease the ethical issue of cyberbullying. (Butler & Dalgleish, 2010). The way that students communicate is imperative to their learning, and the presence of cyberbullying is detrimental to students and their education.

Being more mindful about the way we use, and when we use our mobile phones, can ensure that we globally reduce issues relating to our mobile phones.

Baron, N. S., & af Segerstad, Y. H. (2010). Cross-cultural patterns in mobile-phone use: Public space and reachability in Sweden, the USA and Japan. New Media & Society, 12(1), 13-34.

Butler, D. A., Kift, S. M., Campbell, M. A., Slee, P., & Spears, B. (2011). School policy responses to cyberbullying: An Australian legal perspective. International Journal of Law and Education, 16(2), 7-28.

Price, M., & Dalgleish, J. (2010). Cyberbullying: Experiences, impacts and coping strategies as described by Australian young people. Youth Studies Australia, 29(2), 51.


My daughter abandoned me for her friends so I’m relaxing in a cafe. #chilling

I know I am currently sitting in a cafe on my own, on my phone, but as I secretly observe the people around me I see so many couples with each other on their phones, (I’m assuming they are couples, families, some with kids) not engaging, not taking in the ambiance, not people watching, what happened to good old fashioned people watching, I still love it (and intend to teach Madisons the art of people watching next week when we are in #Paris ) Instead they are glued to their little mobile devices. Now I know I am sometimes guilty of this but definitely not when I’m with someone and I’m always conscious of it when I’m with my daughter.

Would you say something to your partner if they were constantly on their phone? Or let them be, it’s nice to have some downtime?

Are you a people watcher like me!? 👩🏽👨🏽‍🦱👨🏼‍🦳👵🏼👴🏻👱🏻‍♀️

#mobilephones #engaging #killingconversation #timeschange #relationships

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Samsung Galaxy S9+ Review: Still Cool In 2019?

Comparing S8+ vs S9+ vs S10+


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Do tablets & mobile phone cause cancer?

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Today’s Mobile Phones & Tablets Are Real PC’s! (@Windows Central)

With all the Technological Evolution lately, Today’s mobile phones have become much more than that! 

Throughout the last decade, smartphones and tablets have turned into real PC’s – and considering the number of smartphones is always increasing, this means a big opportunity (and an even bigger challenge) for Microsoft’s Windows OS!

Don’t miss this amazing Tech-Article by Jason Ward on #WindowsCentral – and get fully updated on what this could actually mean for the near future:


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