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A Microsoft researcher is challenging the stereotype that teens are addicted to social media by declaring instead: “They’re addicted to each other.” Older generations were able to socialize face-to-face more freely, whereas parents today have “shortened the leash on their kids,” causing them to resort to online communication for their social connections.

Dec 25 2013

A Microsoft researcher is challenging the stereotype that teens are addicted to social media by declaring instead: “They’re addicted to each other.” Older generations were able to socialize face-to-face more freely, whereas parents today have “shortened the leash on their kids,” causing them to resort to online communication for their social connections. (Wired)