Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

One high school girl in the focus groups said i think

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Unformatted text preview: means that about the only way to contact them is via voice. A high school girl: l I ’ve got a friend who doesn ’t have texting so whenever I need to talk to her I need to call her because she ’s on the sports team with me and goes to my church so and if I Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 86 need to talk to her I have to call her, and I have a cousin who doesn ’t have texting. So I have to call her to talk to her. l I ’ve got a friend who doesn ’t have texting so whenever I need to talk to her I need to call her because she ’s on the sports team with me and goes to my church so and if I need to talk to her I have to call her, and I have a cousin who doesn ’t have texting. So I have to call her to talk to her. In other cases, older family members simply did not have cell phones. Other communication methods: Social network sites, face -to face meetings, landline calls, instant messaging, and email Social network sites: Arenas of communication with friends. Beyond the cell phone, teens have other arenas for digital...
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