Children, Teens, and Screen Time

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In 2010, Steve Jobs, the late founder of Apple, told New York Times reporter Nick Bilton that he and his wife “limit how much technology our kids use at home”; in fact, his children hadn’t even used Apple’s then-new iPad, Bilton noted in a recent article.

In contrast to this revelation, data on media use among American children and teens, released by the Kaiser Family Foundation in 2010, reveals a very different story:

SOURCE: “Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds,” Kaiser Family Foundation

Vol. 34, Issue 05, Page 25

Published in Print: September 24, 2015, as Children, Teens, and Screen Time
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