Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

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Unformatted text preview: cus groups who seemed unconcerned with the social expectations that accompanied cell phone ownership or who managed others ’ expectations by simply limiting their availability. As one boy explained, he is simply "bad at answering my cell phone, and um, I just leave it on the counter and walk somewhere else and come back and see missed call. So people expect that from me. They don ’t expect necessarily a quick answer." Chapter Four: How parents and schools regulate teens ’ mobile phones Parental and institutional regulation of teens ’ mobile phone use. As cell phones become increasingly ubiquitous in the backpacks and back pockets of American teens, parents and schools struggle with how to manage teens ’ constant Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 127 connectivity to friends, networks and the information that these devices allow. answer." Chapter Four: How parents and schools regulate teens ’ mobile phones Parental and institutional regulation of teens ’ mobile phone use. As cell phones become increasingly ubiquitous in the backpacks and back pockets of American teens, parents and schools struggle with...
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