6 Years And A Life Time Of Teens Relationship With Online Social Media, Common Sense Reports

Healthy tech use and media consumption advocacy nonprofit Common Sense is releasing “Social Media, Social Life, 2018,” a research report examining the spectrum of interactions between teens and social media, based on interviewing 1,141 US kids 13 to 17 years old. In general terms, personality and socioeconomic conditions mediate the benefits, affordances and the quality […]

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