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Video: Social Media Addiction - Sad World - Mad World


This is a short animated film created by Steve Cutts back in 2016. Like so many other things, we have all grown numb to the reality of what mobile phones and social media have done to all of us. This animation is a cold slap in the face for us all to WAKE THE HELL UP! Put the GD phones down and reconnect with the real world around us.

 

 

 

 

A study suggests the dependence of children on their mobile phones could threaten the very fabric of society. Many teens are fanatics to be always available and are extremely uncomfortable if unable to communicate with their countless friends every day. If the trend continues, young people will soon be unable to form and maintain relationships without the help of a mobile, the study by a leading sociologist concludes.

A British child in four between the ages of five and 16 now has a mobile phone. In addition to making calls, young people use their phones to send millions of text messages to friends every day. The author of the study, Dr. Hisao Ishii said, teenagers can be seen taking advantage of every free minute to touch the base with their friends. It is not the content of communication but the act of keeping in touch what matters. And he warned: authentic conversation will be driven out by superficial communication, in which the act of bringing the which is leading to a deterioration in the quality of relationships, since the very fabric of society can be threatened.

Although Dr. Ishii's research was based on children in Japan, British psychologist have confirmed that the same trends apply to the UK child psychologist Dr. David Lewis said: "The mobile phone, like the Furby or Rubik's Cube in front of it, has developed into a gaming craze in Children like to feel as if they are not in the group, and think that without a phone they will be left out. It is like a tribal electronic drum. to keep up to date with a large group of knowledge, so that when they meet, they know the latest news and gossip.

Dr. Lewis approved the warning that in connection with personal computers and video games, mobile is having a detrimental effect on children's social skills. The mobile now often replaces the physical game, he explained. To develop the right friendships, you have to invest time with people, do things together. Speaking on the phone and sending lots of text messages will give the children a lot more knowledge but less friends. They replace quality to quantity. Sociologists have also warned that the popularity of e-mailing, text messaging and gaming on mobile phones affects other important activities such as reading leisure and studying. One-third of people aged between 16 and 20 prefer text messaging to all other forms of written communication, according to a survey last year by Mori for Vodafone. The handset manufacturers claim, however, that they are not on the market for those under 16 years of age. A government report last year highlighted the increased risk for children under 16 using mobile phones and a circular sent to schools suggests that under this age children should be allowed to make calls only in case of emergency.

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