Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

Landline telephones fading as communications tools

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Unformatted text preview: cial network sites, 43% of the older teen girls report that they use it on a daily basis to communicate with friends. By contrast, only 29% of the younger teen boys use social network sites to communicate with their friends daily. Pew Internet & American Life Project Face -to -face meetings: The ultimate encounters. Teens and Mobile Phones | 87 sites, 43% of the older teen girls report that they use it on a daily basis to communicate with friends. By contrast, only 29% of the younger teen boys use social network sites to communicate with their friends daily. Face -to -face meetings: The ultimate encounters. All told, about one in three teens reports face -to -face interaction daily with friends outside of school. At the other end of the scale, only about 4% report none of this type of social interaction. On a weekly basis, 85% of the teens report that they have non -school face -to -face social interaction. Teen boys as well as older teen girls (ages 14 -17) are more likely to report dai...
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