Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

There are no significant socio economic differences

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Unformatted text preview: ted text messaging plan. There are also some differences in text messaging by race and ethnicity. While white texting teens typically send and receive 50 texts a day, black teens who text typically send and receive 60 texts and English -speaking Hispanic teens send and receive just 35. The mean number of text messages are similar for these groups (whites average 111 Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens texts a day, blacks 117, and Hispanics 112), suggesting that black teens have aand Mobile Phones | 49 slightly higher baseline level of texting than whites or Hispanics. There are no significant socio economic differences in the average numbers of texts sent a day by teens in different texting teens typically send and receive 50 texts a day, black teens who text typically send and receive 60 texts and English -speaking Hispanic teens send and receive just 35. The mean number of text messages are similar for these groups (whites average 111 texts a day, blacks 117, and Hispanics 112), suggesting that black teens have a slightly higher baseline level of texting than white...
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