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[Due in 10 hours] short discussion and 2 respones for discussions

Based on your reading from this week (as you noted in your syllabus) in "Practical Argument" (pp. 196-199), the author presents an argument about students and their cell phones. In this week's discussion forum response, respond to the following: Do you agree with the notion that young people today are addicted to their cell phones? Do you think cell phones have improved, or made worse, human interaction(s) in our society? List and explain three reasons for why you have taken your stance on either of these questions. Note: Pay close attention to your grammar and writing in your discussion response. Do not forget to substantively respond to at least two other learners' response to this week's discussion forum.
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