Research + News | Topic: Social Communication
Aug 27, 2015
Teens Embrace Anonymous Social Networks to Discuss Awkward Topics, Build Confidence
Most teenagers say they’re confident about what they post on social media. About 79 percent of those polled in an online study released Thursday by Ask.fm and YouGov reported that they “rarely say things online they regret.” But teens are also embracing anonymity. Read the rest of the article here.
Aug 26, 2015
How Having Smartphones (Or Not) Shapes The Way Teens Communicate
Pew Research Center reports that 73% of teens now have a smartphone, but those who do and do not tend to communicate in different ways. Read the report here.
May 11, 2015
What About Teens Who Don’t Have Smartphones?
What are the effects of lack-of-technology access to the portion of teens who don’t own smartphones? Read the article here.
May 1, 2015
Digital Democracy Survey
A multi-generational view of consumer technology, media and telecom trends from Deloitte. Download the research here.
Apr 15, 2015
Anonymity and Privacy
There are three camps when it comes to social and messaging apps: private, semi-private and anonymous. Read the article here.
Mar 19, 2015
What Is “Sharenting” and Should We Be Worried By It?
Are parents oversharing their children’s exploits on social media? Read the article here.
Mar 18, 2015
Do Millennials Ever Put Down Their Mobiles?
Millennials spend more time than older consumers with almost all mobile communication activities. Read the report here.
Jan 19, 2015
The Great Fragmentation: We Are All Weirdos Now
Columnist Jon Evans wonders if there is such a thing as mainstream culture anymore, thanks to the fragmentation caused by technology. Read the article here.
Jan 15, 2015
Tech-Savvy Grandkids Keep Grandparents Young
Grandparents text, email and videoconference grandchildren. Read the full article here.
Dec 19, 2014
‘More Connected, Yet More Alone’
As our society (and our lives) become more saturated with technological devices, is our “connected” culture creating a society of lonely people? Read the article here.