Mobile Etiquettes – What’s Really Right
Mobile phones, especially the smartphones have transformed the way people communicate, relate and behave. With new rules of communications, the norms and protocols too have come of age.
Today, people are connected round-the-clock. But when most
of the adults are finding it tough to turn off their cell phones, different
generations are differently opinionated on mobile etiquette followed around
certain places. According to a survey by the
Pew Research Center, most of the adults ranged between age 18 to 65 and
more in America found it acceptable to use in public places like while using
public transportation, or waiting in queue with varied percentage.
One interesting result of the survey was that when most of them find it hard to resist the temptation of smartphones, almost all agreed in unison that mobile phones should not be used during family dinners, at theaters and during a meeting in compliance to the old school rule of general etiquettes.
Know more about the changing temperaments of adults and
their view on modern-day mobile etiquettes here. Source- Americans’ Views on Mobile Etiquette