Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

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Unformatted text preview: e. Our other teen texting n umber (66%) reflects teens who text on their own cell phone, and does not constrain who t he teen may be texting with. Please see K9c and K20a in our questionnaire for exact q uestion wording. 8 G oggin, G. 2006. C ell phone culture: Mobile technology in everyday life. L ondon: Routledge. 9 F arley, T. 2005. “ Mobile telephone history. ” Telektronikk 3 /4:22 - 3 4 . 10 L indmark, S. 2002. “ Evolution of techno -economic systems: An investigation of the h istory of mobile communications. ” Doctoral Dissertation Thesis, Department of industrial m anagement and economics, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenberg, Sweden. 11 T hanks to Fred Stutzman for his excellent literature review of this area. 12 d e Sola Pool, I. (Ed.). (1971). The social impact of the telephone. Cambridge: MIT press. F ischer, C. S. (1992). A merica Calling: A Social History of the Telephone to 1940. B erkeley, CA: U niversity of California Press. 13 Jarrat, J and Coates, J.F. (1990). ‘ Future Use of C...
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