class14 - device No real difference in income groups...

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1 Changing Lifestyles Opportunities and Options Its all about time • Frightening concept: You’ll never have as much free time as you do now. Social Networks and How they Function • Facebook • LinkedIn • Twitter
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2 Who uses them and for what purpose? • Making friends Renewing Friends • Services to get in touch with old friends • More mobile lifestyles • Catching up • Renewing connections Social Networks and Social Anxiety • Who uses them for what purposes? • Who has time? • How do you think of time?
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3 Adults and Computer Use • Over half of the adults in the U.S. play video games • Computers are the primary gaming
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Unformatted text preview: device No real difference in income groups Education and Video games 57% respondents have some college 51% have high school degrees 40% less than a high school education Computer vs. Virtual Games Adults much more likely to play computer games Young adults more likely to play computer or console games 4 Older adults Those who play, play often 77% of senior gamers are retired Gaming and Gambling On line gambling and casino use Is gaming a problem for older adults? (or more of a problem for older adults?)...
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