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report | Jun 2, 2022

How Teens Navigate School During COVID-19

A majority of teens prefer in-person over virtual or hybrid learning. Hispanic and lower-income teens are particularly likely to fear they’ve fallen behind in school due to COVID-19 disruptions.

report | Aug 10, 2022

Teens, Social Media and Technology 2022

The landscape of social media is ever-changing, especially among teens who often are on the leading edge of this space. A new survey of American teenagers ages 13 to 17 finds that TikTok has established itself as one of the top online platforms for U.S. teens, while the share of teens who use Facebook has fallen sharply.

report | Nov 16, 2022

3. Focus groups: Social media stirs a range of emotions and reactions in teens

Key themes in focus group discussions among teens about the role of social media intheir lives Teens can have a wide spectrum of experiences on social media and an extensive range of feelings about what happens to them on these platforms. A variety of studies have explored the impact of social media and the internet […]

short read | Dec 13, 2022

Striking findings from 2022

Here’s a look back at the past year and some of its biggest news events through 15 of our most striking research findings.

report | Jun 21, 2023

3. Themes: The most harmful or menacing changes in digital life that are likely by 2035

The next two sections of this report include additional comments from experts, organized under the most common themes found in their responses. These remarks generally echo the sentiments expressed by the experts whose comments are included in earlier sections of this report. This chapter includes a selection of responses to the question, “As you look […]

report | Nov 22, 2021

1. A sampling of some of the key overarching views

The following selection of responses covers some of the more panoramic and incisive big ideas shared by several dozen of the 862 thought leaders participating in this canvassing. This is the fork in the road where people can choose a better future – or a downward path Mark Davis, associate professor of media and communications […]

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