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Face to face contact instant messaging mobile voice

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Unformatted text preview: orm of interaction for teens, it is also important to remember that not all U.S. teens are a part of this revolution at the present. Texting has grown enormously in the past 18 months and is the core of teens ’ communication with friends. Texting is the form of communication that has grown the most for teens during the last four years. The data show that between 2006 and 2009 the percent of teens who use texting to contact friends outside of school on a daily basis has gone from 27% to 54%. Face -to -face contact, instant messaging, mobile voice and social network messaging Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 72 have remained flat during the same period, while use of email and the landline phone have decreased slightly. four years. The data show that between 2006 and 2009 the percent of teens who use texting to contact friends outside of school on a daily basis has gone from 27% to 54%. Face -to -face contact, instant messaging, mobile voice and social network messaging have remained flat during the same period, while use of email and the landline phone have decreased slig...
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