The Importance Of Technology For Teenagers

            The Importance Of Technology For Teenagers.


             Technology advancement is one of the most essential factors for teenagers in the western societies. However, under circumstances not all will be directly involve or share the knowledge of these latest inventions of technology. Due to the enormous development of technologies, this era can also be called the Age of Technology. With the purpose of surviving in the social, education and employment world, technology is becoming the most essential tools. .

             By means of social issues, since the last five years and onto the future, teenagers will most likely spend more of their time on the Internet or cellular phone, doing various tasks of socializing. Where there are interaction and communication with others around the world through chatting on the worldwide web, emailing and playing interactive games. Plus, there is already an initiation of digital camera for computer and perhaps telephone where one can talk and view at the same time of the person whom they are having a conversation with. Thus, these teens can all go e-shopping together with their friends, by all going to the same site, using microphones, speakers or headphones and digital camera recorder they can have a conversation just as they would when they go out together. All teenagers will go through a stage where they want to belong to a group, a club or circle of friends; they need to be updated about what the subject of the conversation. For example, a group of friends are talking about an event that happens on "ICQ”(an interactive program from the Net) and he or she does not know about, obviously he or she would feel left out. Then there is the aspect of meeting new people, which is one of the topics favoured by teenagers nowadays. With a few click of the "mouse” through surfing the Net, the chat rooms and the e-pal services etc. one can meet all sorts of people with the same interest, hobbies, gender, ethnic background and much more.

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