Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

So that can be bad or good it seems at least some

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Unformatted text preview: h, where you at, I ’ll come meet you ’ or, ‘I ’ll come over to your house ’ or, ‘You come over to my house, ’ or ‘Do you want to meet you and go to this movie ’ or whatever. But if you ’re just, if you don ’t have a cell phone and you ’re out doing stuff, and someone is trying to contact you wanting to hang out, then you have to wait until you go home and check your email or something, because they can ’t reach you if you ’re out. Several boys in the same group said that at times, when they had lost their phones, they socialized much less with their friends because it was too difficult to contact them to Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Mobile Phones | 114 make plans. As one younger high school boy described it, the week his phone was broken "was the boringest week of my life. The first day without my phone, like, I didn ’t Several boys in the same group said that at times, when they had lost their phones, they socialized much less with their friends because it was too difficult to contact them...
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