One of the distinguishing features in academic writing is that is informed by what is already known or research that has already been complete. Academic writing allows the writer to engage with the research, rather than presenting a personal preference. For this discussion, conduct research on a subject written with a bias tone that defines a “says who” and “so what” objectivity.Bias Statements:1) My son is texting constantly, which demonstrates that teenagers use cellphones more than they did in the past.2) As an elementary teacher, I believe that fourth-grade boys are disruptive, while the girls are always trying to please.3) I believe that cyber-security will be the number one crime in the United States before year 2025.For each bias listed, present your argument in an objective way that avoids judgmental and personal language. Remember to backup your arguments with sources and facts in order to give you credibility and a more objective tone.Respond need it to this two arguments make sure you separate the twoFirst, Jamal1. As a collective, teenagers do use their phones much more than they did in the past simply because technology has gotten so advance in the recent years. Studies show that even teenagers agree that they use their phones excessively. Over half of the children that populate the United States own a smartphone at age 11. 84 percent of teenagers now have their own phone according to a survey conducted by Common Sense Media, who has been has been following this phenomenon since 2003. Because we now have the world at our fingertips, smartphones are becoming alot more addicting. Doctors are very worried about the screen time we are subjected to cognitive thinking, penmanship, social skills etc.https://www.npr.org/2019/10/31/774838891/its-a-smartphone-life-more-than-half-of-u-s-children-now-have-one(Links to an external site.)https://money.cnn.com/2018/08/22/technology/teens-smartphone-use-pew/index.html(Links to an external site.)2. I’ve always wondered why the difference was so vast in terms of maturity in boy and girls while in elementary school. Based on research, girls brains mature faster than boys. Boys tend to manage and establish dominance, whereas the girls are better communicators, and socializing. Girls don’t like getting in trouble, whereas its more accepted to boys to get that kind of attention. According to Susan Small, director of student services at educational Tutoring and Consulting on Mercer Island states that aggression is much less tolerated in girls than boys.https://www.parentmap.com/article/how-gender-affects-learning(Links to an external site.)3. As technology continues to progress, Cyber Securities breaches will continue to grow throughout the world. According to a study conducted by Juniper research, the collective cost of data breaches will reach $5 trillion worldwide. In the study, researchers indicated that on top of $5 trillion of breaches, we will see a 70 percent increase in cyber security crime because the world is moving to rely on AI in the near future. There are many different ways people can be attacked because technology is so widely used, attackers are able to spread malware from device to device whille you’re talking on your phone.https://securityintelligence.com/articles/the-future-of-cybercrime-where-are-we-headed/(Links to an external site.)Replysecond Steven1) My son is texting constantly, which demonstrates that teenagers use cellphones more than they did in the past.Over the last 10 years, smart phone users have seen a tremendous surge in contrast to the creeping marketplace of the standard cell phone. As the marketplace has matured and the technology has become more polished, users have continued to delve deeper into smart device dependency over traditional means of communication. In the article “Predictors of problematic smartphone use among university students,” the authors explain that smartphones have become so popular to the extent that some users are addicted and may experience mild withdrawals in the absence of their select smart device. This behavior has developed and grown as the number of mobile device users has increased over the years (Busin et al., 2020). In the modern age, there are more smart phone dependent people than there were mobile phone users in 2005.2) As an elementary teacher, I believe that fourth-grade boys are disruptive, while the girls are always trying to please.Various studies have been performed to distinguish the difference between boys and girls. Although there should be no discussion of the anatomical and biological differences of genders, the gender differences of expected maturity and social norms are debatable. In one debate, parental expectations and gender roles is called into question as to their children’s behaviors. The study states that boys tend to participate in more physical, sporadic sports in contrast to the refined or synchronized sports girls gravitate towards due to the expectations of parents and the youth’s peers (Reimers et al., 2019). Another study focused on the criminal youth and the disparity in the morality of boys versus girls. That study concluded that, despite a minimal difference in self-control, boys tended to be less morally inclined than the girls of the same age (Ivert, et al., 2018). Both studies lend to the idea that boys may tend to be more sporadic and disruptive while girls will tend pleasing their peers and instructors due to a difference in morality and social expectation.3) I believe that cyber-security will be the number one crime in the United States before year 2025.Cyber-security is not a crime, but rather, it is a means to prevent crimes performed via the internet. According to Anita Lavorgna in her research article “Cyber-organised crime. A case of moral panic,” as the internet has become more popular and broadly utilized there has been a correlated increase in organised cyber crime. In the modern day, more people than ever are now connected via the internet rendering most crimes organized via the internet a form of criminal cyber activity. However, how cyber security systems could prevent coded dialogues or detect malicious threads without infringing upon privacy is a question that remains to be answered.ReferencesIvert, A., Andersson, F., Svensson, R., Pauwels, L. J. R., Torstensson Levander, M., & Ivert, A.-K. (2018). An examination of the interaction between morality and self-control in offending: A study of differences between girls and boys.Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health,28(3), 282294. https://doi-org.ezproxy.umary.edu/10.1002/cbm.2065Laurence, P. G., Busin, Y., da Cunha Lima, H. S., & Macedo, E. C. (2020). Predictors of problematic smartphone use among university students.Psicologia: Reflexão e Critica,33(1), 113. https://doi-org.ezproxy.umary.edu/10.1186/s41155-020-00147-8Links to an external site.Lavorgna, A. (2019). Cyber-organised crime. A case of moral panic?Trends in Organized Crime,22(4), 357374. https://doi-org.ezproxy.umary.edu/10.1007/s12117-018-9342-yLinks to an external site.Reimers, A. K., Schmidt, S. C. E., Demetriou, Y., Marzi, I., & Woll, A. (2019). Parental and peer support and modelling in relation to domain-specific physical activity participation in boys and girls from Germany.PLoS ONE,14(10), 119. https://doi-org.ezproxy.umary.edu/10.1371/journal.pone.0223928Edited by Steven Nistler on May 28 at 12:02pm
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