Social, digital and mobile communication of U.S. teens in 2012

How Teens View Their Digital Lives

This summer 2012 report by Common Sense Media examines the social media use and behavior of teenagers in the United States. The paper opens by stating that ten percent of 13- to 17-year-olds have used some form of social media and three out of four teenagers currently have a profile on a social networking site, thus making it imperative to understand the media that is playing large part teenagers' daily lives.
  • Language: English
  • Released: June 2012
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