Social networking & modern day technology's impact on children

Social networking & modern day technology's impact on children

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Noel Averruz 07-02-15 EN1420 Breaking Toulmin’s Model Down: Social networking and other modern-day technology has a negative impact on children because they develop poor social skills. Many kids are spending most of their time playing video games, watching television and using social networks like facebook, the more time they spend using these technologies, the more time they spend alone. So they get little time to
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Unformatted text preview: socialize with their peers. If a child has poor social skills, they will find it hard to deal with people when they grow up, and this can be harmful to their lives in the long run. People who are not social find it hard to mix with the society and in most cases they suffer from depression which in most cases results into committing suicide or leads to drug and alcohol abuse....
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