'Mobile Phone - the Must-Have Gadget of the 21 st Century': Identifying Trends and Impact on Human Relationships

@inproceedings{Lean2011MobileP,
  title={'Mobile Phone - the Must-Have Gadget of the 21 st Century': Identifying Trends and Impact on Human Relationships},
  author={Mei Li Lean and Prasana Rosaline Fernandez and Wong Fei Mun},
  year={2011}
}
In the urban areas of Malaysia, it is common to see people holding mobile phones regardless of time and location. There is a high prevalence of mobile phones usage among Malaysians, particularly youths even with most primary school students owning these socially interactive technology gadgets. This study seeks to examine pervasiveness of mobile phones and dependency on the gadgets among male and female users, explore whether the high dependency on mobile phones contributes to any positive or… CONTINUE READING

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