Definitions of Terms Gadget A gadget is a small tool such as a machine that has

Definitions of terms gadget a gadget is a small tool

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Definitions of Terms Gadget. A gadget is a small tool such as a machine that has particular function, but is often thought of as a novelty. Gadgets are sometimes referred to as gizmos. Gizmos in particular are bit different than gadgets. Social Relationship. Usually a relationship between an individual and an entity, but in some cases it can be between two individuals. It composed of a relationship with a family and friends. Chapter II 5
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REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES Related Literature This research is supported with various literature and studies of language experts relevant to the study. Discussions are presented based on the principles, observations and view point of the researcher with negative effects of gadgets to social relationships and health. On the Definition of gadgets Jalan (2014) has said that mobile phones, tabs, laptops, iPods, cameras are few things are cannot imagine life without. Although we might not realize and accept it but the possession of all these gadgets have a major impact on lives. On the Negative effects of Gadgets to social relationship Jalan (2014) has asserted that attention deficit is a major result of technology in today’s world. Children are not seen engaging in long conversations directly. They start becoming impatient soon and their eyes start wondering. They look at people in the eye and neither do they notice verbal cues. This problem persists not only among children but also in adults. Quarty (2012) has explained that every member of the family has a gadget. Gadgets are slowly replacing face-to-face conversations with the need to connect. Some families has even stopped having dinner together because someone has to reply to an urgent email and children are busy scrolling and playing games with their gadgets. 6
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On the Negative effects of Gadgets to health Neck problems to hearing loss O’Connor (2016) has stated that smart phones are responsible for the rise in the number of young people with back and neck problems, as the amount of time spent leaning over small phone screens can put spinal under pressure. Bending your head over your tablet, laptop and smart phones strains the muscles in the neck Sleep deprivation O’Connor (2016) has maintained that sleeping with your phone near you causes hype vigilance. The bright screen of your computer in fine during daylight hours but becomes unhealthy when bedtime is approaching because it interferes with the body’s natural rhythm, suppressing the production of the sleepy hormone melatonin and fooling your body into thinking you need to stay up. Risk during pregnancy Baptiste (2014) has asserted that one of the negative effects of gadgets on your health is during pregnancy. The radiation from the gadgets slows down the rate of brain development of the fetus and may lead to hyper activity.
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  • Sociology, Social relation, social relationship

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