Children, Teens, and Screen Time
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 25Published in Print: September 24, 2015, as Children, Teens, and Screen Time