English 316: Avoid People Using Too Much Cell Phone (Research Proposal Sample)
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To avoid people using too much cell phone
Institution: Millersville University
English 316: Online Business Wri8ng
Return address: 135 W Charlotte St Apt
Date: 28th February 2018
Inside address: Dr. Farkas/Department of English/Millersville University/
P.O. Box 1004/Millersville, PA 17551
Dear Dr. Farkas:
I seek to look into how spending too much time affects human interactions. There are more mobile devices in the U.S. than people. At the same time, more people are exposed to cell phone use from a young age meaning that they are more likely to get addicted.
Reports and research on the effects of cell phones on human interactions and health highlight concerns about the unintended consequences of too much use of cell phones. Even as there is awareness that there should be limited use of cell phones during face-to face interactions, this is still a common habit. Review of past research on cellphone and human interaction will provide insights on how cell phones affect the level of engagement during interactions.
The expansion of the cell phone technology and convenience of these mobile devices has affected how people interact as they are reliant on the gadgets for communication. Cell phones facilitate communication, but when they degrade interactions and connections, this affects how people relate. As such, people ought to spend less time on the phone and focus more face-to-face interactions when this is possible.
Technological advancement has resulted in the growth of cell phone use, but people increasingly rely on the devices too much. Cell phones have been crucial to connecting with others, but now people are also avoiding face-to-face connections and even some are addicted to these devices. Cell phones have influenced how people communicate and understanding how they influence human interactions and even health provides useful information how they affect different aspects of life. Observations and literature reviews will provide insights on the cell phone use and human interaction. Choosing to stay away from cell phones and even limiting the number of times people use the devices will keep users alert to avoid overreliance on them. Table of Contents
TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u HYPERLINK \l "_Toc507599824" Introduction & Problem Statement PAGEREF _Toc507599824 \h 5
HYPERLINK \l "_Toc507599825" Significance/Rationale PAGEREF _Toc507599825 \h 5
HYPERLINK \l "_Toc507599826" Research PAGEREF _Toc507599826 \h 6
HYPERLINK \l "_Toc507599827" Research Schedule/Timeline PAGEREF _Toc507599827 \h 6
HYPERLINK \l "_Toc507599828" Tentative Solution(s) PAGEREF _Toc507599828 \h 6
HYPERLINK \l "_Toc507599829" Conclusion PAGEREF _Toc507599829 \h 7
HYPERLINK \l "_Toc507599830" References PAGEREF _Toc507599830 \h 8
Introduction & Problem Statement
The advent of handheld devices made it easier to communicate, but there is too much reliance on cell phones that people are not truly connected. Cell phones allow people to connect, interact and maintain relations among acquaintances, friends and family members, and while connection is important in interaction, people can choose when to connect when it is mostly convenient for them. People avoid face-to-fa
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