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Social media, social life: how teens view their digital lives

Posted on 16 Jul 2012 with 0 comments
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Using social media like Facebook and Twitter has become part and parcel of modern adolescence. According to the survey on which this report is based, 90% of all American teens have used social media, three-quarters of them have a social networking site, and nearly one in three teens visits their social networking profile several times a day or more.


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