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Unformatted text preview: ith a balance of teens from different racial and ethnic backgrounds and socio -economic levels. All teens who Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 156 participated in the focus groups had a cellular phone. Participants were offered a cash incentive for participation. groups were with middle schoolers and 6 were with high school -aged students. Every effort was made to secure a diverse group of participants, with a balance of teens from different racial and ethnic backgrounds and socio -economic levels. All teens who participated in the focus groups had a cellular phone. Participants were offered a cash incentive for participation. Each focus group lasted approximately 90 minutes, and the 6 October groups included an individually administered paper questionnaire with additional questions that was completed during the 90 minute session. Recruitment for the focus groups was done by Scott Campbell and Resolution Research LLC of Denver, Colorado. Focus groups were moderated by Amanda Lenhart of Pew Internet and Scott Campbell of the University...
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