DHS to Show Documentary About Technology Overuse

Screenagers addresses the issue of tech obsession in teenagers

by Isabella Franklin

The amount of technology usage and reliance, especially by teenagers, has increased rapidly in the past decade with the introduction of smartphones and tablets. In some cases, this use becomes addiction-like. This idea is explored in a documentary called Screenagers by Delaney Ruston, a Stanford physician, that deals with the use of technology in teenagers. The documentary centers around Ruston deciding whether or not to give her teenage daughter an iPhone and how parents and students can handle the overuse of technology.

Throughout the country, groups can request to host a showing of Screenagers to raise awareness about technology addiction in their communities. Dexter High School will be hosting a screening in the Center for Performing Arts on Monday, February 26th at 6:45 p.m. to address the issue in Dexter students. Anyone who wants to see the documentary can come, but the school especially encourages high school students and parents to come see the screening.

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