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Teens, Social Media & Technology Overview 2015
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Social Media & Mobile Internet Use among Teens and Young Adults. Millennials.
This publication is part of a Pew Research Center report series that looks at the values, attitudes and experiences of America's next generation. Expand
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Teens, Kindness and Cruelty on Social Network Sites
How American teens navigate the new world of "digital citizenship" Social media use has become so pervasive in the lives of American teens that having a presence on a social network site is almostExpand
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Teens, social media, and privacy
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Teens, privacy and online social networks: How teens manage their online identities and personal information in the age of MySpace
The majority of teens actively manage their online profiles to keep the information they believe is most sensitive away from the unwanted gaze of strangers, parents and other adults according to thisExpand
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Adults and social network websites
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Teens and Sexting: How and why minor teens are sending sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude images via text messaging
Overview In a nationally representative survey of those ages 12-17 conducted on landline and cell phones, the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project found: • 4% of cell-owning teens ages12-17 say they have sent sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude images of themselves to someone else via text messaging, and 15% have received sexually suggestive images of someone they know through text messaging on their cell phone. Expand
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Social networking websites and teens: an overview
In the past five years, social networking sites have rocketed from a niche activity into a phenomenon that engages tens of millions of internet users. More than half of all online American youthsExpand
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Teens and social media
Content creation by teenagers continues to grow, with 64% of online teenagers ages 12 to 17 engaging in at least one type of content creation, up from 57% of online teens in 2004. The use of socialExpand
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