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SAR and Mobile Phone Radiation Hazard. How Aware are College Students in Delhi?

Author’s Affiliation: Department of Computer Science, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.

 

Abstract: Mobile phones have become the most common gadget in the world today and are found in the hands of students most of the time. With advancement in mobile technology, usage of mobile phones has increased significantly. Mobile phone functioning uses electromagnetic radiation in the microwave range, which may be harmful to human health. Research has focused on this aspect since the invention of mobile phones and there seems to be a consensus that mobile phone radiations have an impact on human beings. However, no concrete scientific assessment of the impact of mobile phone radiation (MPR) on human beings has been made available. As a result, impact of MPR on human health is a research area requiring greater investigation. The following research contribution attempts to assess the awareness of undergraduate student community about radiation threat posed by the usage of mobile phones. We find that while students are concerned about various specifications of their mobile phones, the knowledge and awareness about MPRs is wanting.

Keywords: mobile phone radiation, human health, student community.

First received on: 22/01/17.

 

How to Cite:

MPA:
Saini, Daminee. “SAR and Mobile Phone Radiation Hazard. How Aware are College Students in Delhi?” Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development 2.1 (2017): 44-47.

APA:
Saini, D. (2017). SAR and Mobile Phone Radiation Hazard. How Aware are College Students in Delhi? Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development, 2(1), 44-47.

Chicago:
Saini, Daminee. “SAR and Mobile Phone Radiation Hazard. How Aware are College Students in Delhi?” Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development 2, no. 1, (2017):44-47.

Harvard:
Saini, Daminee. 2017. SAR and Mobile Phone Radiation Hazard. How Aware are College Students in Delhi? Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development, 2(1), pp. 44-47.

Vancouver:
Saini D. SAR and Mobile Phone Radiation Hazard. How Aware are College Students in Delhi? Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development. 2017; 2(1):44-47.

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