American teenagers today are utilizing the interactive capabilities of the internet as they create and share their own media creations.
American teenagers are utilizing the interactive capabilities of the internet as they create and share their own media creations.
There’s the old saw that if you can’t program your VCR (or now maybe DVD or even TIVO?) you should just hand the remote to the nearest child. Recent data collected by the Pew Internet Project suggest that the same is true when it comes to the inte...
Even with an overwhelming majority of teens online, there are about three million youth between ages 12 and 17 who do not use the internet. What about the 13% of teens who aren’t online?
There has been a 45% increase since 2000 in the number of teenagers who use the internet at school.
Today's American teens live in a world enveloped by communications technologies; the internet and cell phones have become a central force that fuels the rhythm of daily life.
The majority of teens and nearly half of online adults use the internet to search for colleges or schools.
54% of parents with teenagers use internet filters â€“ a big jump from 2000. Yet both teens and parents believe that youth do things online that their parents would not like.
This short presentation addresses the Project’s late 2004 findings on the steps that parents are taking to protect their teenage children online.
The presentation outlines three main groups, roughly aligned with the constituencies of a college or university website--teens/prospective students, current students and parents--and discusses the online nature, behaviors and beliefs of these groups.