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Bài viết mẫu IELTS – Problems with mobile phone – IELTS Task 2: Society
There are social, medical and technical problems associated with the use of mobile phones. What forms do they take? Do you agree the problems of mobile phones outweigh the benefits?
Whilst I agree that mobile phones have their problems, I still believe that these problems are outweighed by the benefits that mobile bring us. In this essay, I will look at the problems and the benefits.
I think that the social problems presented by the use of mobile phones are quite serious. However, it is not the phones themselves that create this problem – it is the way that people use mobile phones. Many people seem to think that it is perfectly acceptable to use mobile during meetings, classes, and even classical music concerts. This is an indication of their lack of respect for other people and their lack of a decent upbringing rather than a demonstration of the problem of mobile phones, since every mobile phone has an ‘off’ button.
There may be medical problems associated with mobile phones, such as interference with brain waves, but these have not yet been proven. Indeed, a recent study by a Spanish researcher demonstrated that there was no danger even when hundreds of people were using mobiles at the same time in a train. Any detrimental medical effects are likely to be minor and unlikely to outweigh the advantages that mobiles bring.
The main technical problems associated with mobile phones include the problems that they cannot receive signals everywhere, the system can become overloaded, and battery time may be short. Signals are usually only missing in remote areas where there are few people. Systems can generally deal with all but the heaviest traffic and in such situations, there are alternative forms of communication available. Manufacturers are constantly looking at ways extends battery life.
The benefits of mobiles are that they provide person-to-person communication almost everywhere. People can be contacted at any time, though callers should bear in mind the time of day! Mobile phones have been proven to be particularly useful in poor rural areas of Africa and India, allowing reliable communication with the outside world and, as a result, furthering rural economies.
In conclusion, there are certain problems associated with the use of mobile, but these are easily outweighed by the benefits they bring, in my opinion.
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