Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

Older teens are more frequent users than younger

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Unformatted text preview: communication methods employed by teens. Email Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 70 is the least used of these channels. The low placement of face -to -face interaction outside of school time is also of note. This type of interaction is often seen as the "gold standard" It is notable that texting and mobile voice are the most common platforms of communication between friends for all age groups. Communicating through social network sites (SNS), landline, face -to -face and instant messaging (IM) cluster somewhat lower in the ordering of communication methods employed by teens. Email is the least used of these channels. The low placement of face -to -face interaction outside of school time is also of note. This type of interaction is often seen as the "gold standard" of interaction but viewed in this context, it is not the most frequent form of interaction for teens. Older teens are more frequent users than younger teens of all communication platforms. Relatively speaki...
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