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Smartphone as a Means of Communication & Its Influence upon College Students


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1 Pailan College of Management & Technology, Bengal Pailan Park, Kolkata - 700104, India
2 San Francisco, California, United States
     

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Smartphone plays a very significant role in students’ life. It is their best friend, best companion and best advisor in all aspects of their life and they feel that they cannot go without it. It has given them enormous freedom to communicate on their own terms regarding place and time. They think Smartphone has given them certain personality and status among their peers. Smartphone as a big communication media has positive as well as negative effects on students’ life. They agreed that developing relationship with someone through social media may be dangerous. It may help them in their studies and at the same time it may distract them depending on their interest and attitudes towards life.
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Amal Krishna Saha
Pailan College of Management & Technology, Bengal Pailan Park, Kolkata - 700104, India
Arunava Saha
San Francisco, California, United States

Abstract


Smartphone plays a very significant role in students’ life. It is their best friend, best companion and best advisor in all aspects of their life and they feel that they cannot go without it. It has given them enormous freedom to communicate on their own terms regarding place and time. They think Smartphone has given them certain personality and status among their peers. Smartphone as a big communication media has positive as well as negative effects on students’ life. They agreed that developing relationship with someone through social media may be dangerous. It may help them in their studies and at the same time it may distract them depending on their interest and attitudes towards life.

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