Most popular teen sites tracked
L arge-scale surveys tell us that we are raising the best-behaved generation of teenagers on record. And yet parents today live in a state of constant anxiety about their teens. Given that our kids are so much tamer than we were as teenagers, why do we worry so much about them? In fact, the long arm of digital technology might explain both the gains in teen safety and the rise of parental anxiety.
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You Can Track Almost Everything Your Kids Do Online. Here’s Why That May Not Be a Good Idea
Why Tracking Your Kids Online May Not Be Such a Good Idea | Time
Eight in ten online teens use some kind of social media. However, the gap is now only due to adults ages 50 and older. When we ask a standalone question about Twitter use, there is consistently a group of users who say they are not users of social networking sites, but they do use Twitter. Older teens those ages are significantly more likely than younger teens to use both social networking sites and Twitter, with older girls in particular standing out from both older boys and from younger teens of either gender. Continuing a pattern established early in the life of Twitter, and reflected in our earlier data, African-American teens who are internet users are more likely to use the site than their white counterparts. Girls and older teens continue to be the heaviest users of social media sites.
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Social Media and Young Adults
Keeping up with the social messaging apps used by today's teenagers can feel overwhelming. So where's a parent to start? Gone are the days when teenagers communicated with their friends by hogging the landline, slipping a cheeky note into a schoolmate's locker or chatting on MSN Messenger using the family computer.
Since , blogging has dropped among teens and young adults while simultaneously rising among older adults. Blogging has declined in popularity among both teens and young adults since Blog commenting has also dropped among teens. While blogging among adults as a whole has remained steady, the prevalence of blogging within specific age groups has changed dramatically in recent years. Specifically, a sharp decline in blogging by young adults has been tempered by a corresponding increase in blogging among older adults.
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