By Donald F. Roberts

Analyzing the entire array of media to be had to teenagers and young people, this ebook describes not just the quantity of time they spend with every one medium, however the sorts of content material they opt for, and the actual, social, and mental context of a lot in their publicity. This nationwide pattern examine presents a finished photograph of younger people's media habit.

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