To conclude all this information i gathered it suggests smartphone have changed our daily habits, the way we communicate in real life and who and how we communicate with on the Internet.
My secondary research reliability could have been stronger to help back up my primary, this could have been done with the presence of a case study on the topic by an academic research study and website features with more specific relevance to anti- social behaviour and done by trusted sources. All secondary research enables me to build theories and help back my claims of smartphone and the rise in anti social behaviour, but all have yet to provide a solid form of research to prove anything. Primary research could have been improved with the use of a bigger and more varied focus group; this would have enabled a wider range of opinions, creating the opportunity to build a better thesis. The use of better more in depth qualitative data would help to find out more specifically why people conduct in anti social behaviour on smartphones during face to face contact. I feel I may have asked too many quantitative questions and therefore build too many answers based on figures. If I was to do this again I would try to create a proper balance of questions, so I would be able to come to a more solid conclusion of why anti-social behaviour occurs, we know what fuels our habits, but why do we succumb do this technology, is it because we prefer the barrier of the internet to reality’s difficulties. Also another thing would be the do a bigger questionnaire with a bigger variety of age ranges, as my answers were mostly filled out by 16- 18 year old. However this age range is the generation being brought up with such technology ,and therefore see this as the norm, with older people simply adapting to these technologies available to them. So in a final conclusion the features available to consumers gives them multiple platforms to communicate on and has made it possible for people to have non stop access to them. We may now think our phone habits are anti- social but as this carries it will may possibly become the norm and not anti social for future generations.