Teens-and-Mobile-Phones (1)

And to better understand how mobile phones fit into

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Unformatted text preview: and practices around their mobile phone. The study has been guided by a desire to measure the state of affairs around mobile phones and youth in the US – how many, how much, how often, with whom? – and to better understand how mobile phones fit into and enhance (or detract from) friendships and family relationships. The report is organized into five chapters. The first chapter covers many of the basic measurements around mobile phones, the demographic variations around their use, and different models of phone ownership. This chapter also explores the economics of teens ’ phone use, including payments, and calling and texting plan structures. The second chapter of the report looks in depth at text messaging and voice calling, and compares the two modes of communication. It then places both of those activities in the broader context of teens ’ overall communications practices as well as in the context of all the activities that teens can and do engage in on their mobile phone handsets, such as listening to music, sending email, looking...
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This document was uploaded on 03/12/2014 for the course INFORMATIO 101 at Rutgers.

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