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Unformatted text preview: ephone and the presentation of self. In R. Ling & P. Pedersen ( Eds.), M obile Communications: Re -negotiation of the Social Sphere ( pp. 203 - 2 18). London: Springer. I to, M., Okabe, D., and Matsuda, M. 2005. P ersonal, portable, pedestrian: Mobile phones in J apanese life . Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. P ortus, Lourdes, 2008 How the Urban Poor Acquire and Give Meaning to the Mobile Phone in K atz, J.E. H andbook of Mobile Communication Studies . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. K atz, James E., Lever, Katie M., and Chen, Yi -Fan. 2008. Mobile Music as Environmental C ontrol and Prosocial Entertainment. in Katz, J.E. H andbook of Mobile Communication S tudies . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. H arris Interactive. (2008) A Generation Unplugged – R esearch Report. Harris Interactive. A ccessed from h ttp://files.ctia.org/pdf/HI_TeenMobileStudy_ResearchReport.pdf o n January 10, 2009. 23 L ing, R. (2007). Children, youth, and mobile communication. Journal of Children and M edia, 1(1), 60 -- 6 7 . 24 O n the Move: The Role of Cellular Communications in America...
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