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The differences between groups for social network

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Unformatted text preview: ng, there are only marginal differences between older and younger respondents when Pew Internet & American Life Project looking at face -to -face interaction and email. By contrast, Phones | 71 Teens and Mobile there are wide differences by age when looking at mobile -based communication. About 35% of 12 year -olds use texting on a daily basis. This compares with 77% of 17 year -olds. Older teens are more frequent users than younger teens of all communication platforms. Relatively speaking, there are only marginal differences between older and younger respondents when looking at face -to -face interaction and email. By contrast, there are wide differences by age when looking at mobile -based communication. About 35% of 12 year -olds use texting on a daily basis. This compares with 77% of 17 year -olds. Among 12 year -olds, 17% used mobile voice to talk with friends while 60% of the 17 year -olds reported the same. The differences between groups for social network sites, instant messaging, and landline telephony were less...
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