Cellular Phones Influence(s) and Impacts(s) on Social Interactions and Interpersonal Relationships
This paper seeks to explore how cellular phones (cell phones/mobiles) have influenced and impacted social interactions and interpersonal relationships. There have been a number of suggested theories and studies that have been contributed to the rising popularity and commonality of cell phones as to how they are affecting the way individuals are interacting in society. Some of these include, a change in the concept of time and space (Fortunati, 2002), lack of face-to-face interaction (Thompson and Cupples, 2008), the maintenance of relationships, social absences, and social dependency (Reid and Reid, 2004). In addition to these ideas, it has also been suggested that the use of cell phones has had a negative affect on social relationships, grammar, and increased social anxiety (Tully, 2003).
"Cellular Phones Influence(s) and Impacts(s) on Social Interactions and Interpersonal Relationships,"
Perspectives: Vol. 1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholars.unh.edu/perspectives/vol1/iss1/4