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In the article Cell Phones Clever Communication but Etiquette Disconnect written by Marjorie Brody discusses the topic of cell phones and how cell phones effect the user and the people around them Brody claims in the article that cell phone calls have caused a startling social and moral problem while in public Brodys argument is invalid because she generalizes the publics view of cell phones conversations in public settings the dangers of driving on a cell phone and that cell phone calls are biggest communication nuisance In Marjorie article she concludes that every person has had a bad experience with another person on a cell phone The public was less tolerant of people on the phone when Brody wrote her article In the earlier years of the cell phone society was more active in using a cell phones for making calls People were more used to keeping phone calls inside of their home and work It would take the public a bit of time to get used to the idea of a private conversation turned public At the time it was almost impossible for a person not to hear a phone ring in pubic As the years went on there came the advances of messaging People slowly stopped using their phone to talk but rather they messaged because it was the new social trend But unlike most trends this one did not die Now people are less likely to call when they can text According to Anthony Patterson professor in marketing They cell phones are reengineering the way people especially the young interact date socialize and communicate and like it or not in this mobilized world 144 While Brody argument seems correct society has become more used to the ideas of cell phones around them News about driving with a cellphone seems to be out of control Brody uses a short argument against calling someone on the cellphone while driving Brody claims that while driving
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