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(Surveys) Teens and Technology
In this review of teenagers and their use of communications technology, the Pew Internet and American Life Project reveals some changing attitudes to email among this demographic group.

Seems email is not their first preference when it comes to day-to-day stuff with friends, but is used for more "adult" interactions, such as talking with teachers.

I've seen this reported elsewhere as saying teenagers are "shunning" email, which is not what the report says at all. For example, email is still their most popular online activity.

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