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Chatting with teenagers

Rebecca E. Grinter, Leysia Palen, Margery Eldridge
2006 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
We consider similarities and differences in styles of SMS and IM use and how chat technologies enable the pursuit of teenage independence.  ...  To address these concerns, we revisit our own studies of SMS and IM use and reexamine them in tandem with other published studies on teenage chat.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank our study participants and early reviewers of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1188816.1188817 fatcat:capbx6ohsrdh7pqyqm3ws6epza

Teenage Communication in the Instant Messaging Era [chapter]

Robert Kraut, Malcolm Brynin, Sara Kiesler
2006 Computers, Phones, and the InternetDomesticating Information Technology  
In order to answer this major question, we place teens' IM use it in the larger context of adolescent culture and social interactions.  ...  In the transition from childhood to adolescence, teen are engaged in 616 defining who they are and finding a place in the wide world creates insecurity.  ...  Results IM chat in the context of other online activities We placed IM use in the context of other major teen computer-based activitiese-mail use and browsing the Web.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195312805.003.0014 fatcat:iluv5drtgvebrflmfkguej2ewy

Activity Matters: Investigating the Influence of Facebook on Life Satisfaction of teenage Users

Helena Wenninger, Hanna Krasnova, Peter Buxmann
2014 European Conference on Information Systems  
Specifically, while such active uses of FB as posting and chatting are positively associated with life satisfaction in young adolescents, passive following has an adverse effect.  ...  These issues are particularly critical for the vulnerable segment of teenage users.  ...  individual reactions to occurrences in one's life as they take place.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/WenningerKB14 fatcat:7bsdcyqu5jbrrnzcox5bwds32i

A Framework for Protecting Teenagers from Cyber Crimes and Cyberbullying

Sultan Saud Alanazi, Adwan Alownie Alanazi
2021 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Cyberbullying is one of the most common risks for teenagers to go online.  ...  Social applications consist of powerful tools that allow people to connect and interact with each other. However, its negative use cannot be ignored.  ...  In recent years, the continuous development of technology has made it possible to keep in touch with friends and family around the world anytime, anywhere, making many conveniences and ease of life.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2021.0120634 fatcat:y64uhmrqbzg4bdiwfhqoqk3qea

Speech Behavior and Multimodality in Online Communication among Teenagers

Sofia Abramova, Natalia Antonova, Anna Gurarii
2020 KnE Social Sciences  
The questionnaire was conducted among 50 teenagers aged 13-15, studying in schools of Ekaterinburg and regularly using the Internet to communicate with peers.  ...  The development of online communication is an important factor in the process of formation and reproduction of new social ties and relationships.  ...  Conflict of Interest The authors have no conflict of interest to declare. DOI  ... 
doi:10.18502/kss.v4i2.6312 fatcat:qzsxpjuwoffd5ekx4nkiuv4cjq

Teenagers and their virtual possessions

William Odom, John Zimmerman, Jodi Forlizzi
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '11  
To investigate, we conducted a study with 21 teenagers exploring the perceived value of their virtual possessions, and the comparative similarities and differences with their material things.  ...  Findings are interpreted to detail design and research opportunities and issues in this emerging space.  ...  We thank Hajin Choi, Lee Hillman, James Liu, Kami Neumiller, Amritha Prasad, Aditya Sharma, and Alena Tesone for their assistance in data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1978942.1979161 dblp:conf/chi/OdomZF11 fatcat:py6uxcp5pzh3xaoaol7z77doce

Stress 2.0: Social Media Overload Among Swiss Teenagers [chapter]

Christoph Lutz, Giulia Ranzini, Miriam Meckel
2014 Communication and Information Technologies Annual  
Social implications: The study proposes that social divides exist in teenagers' ability to cope with a specific affordance of social network sites, namely their constant status updates and potential of  ...  German speaking) shape the overload propensity, with older, male and French speaking teenagers most at risk for social network site stress.  ...  Chat-rooms are considered a tool for a dialogic identity co-construction (Subrahmanyam, Smahel, & Greenfield, 2006) , blogs often mirror the fluid nature of teen identification (Blinka & Smahel, 2009  ... 
doi:10.1108/s2050-206020140000008001 fatcat:uh4p5inthrbnvbmwmniexaboy4

Privacy on Social Networking Sites Among Canadian Teenagers

Salma Haghighat-Kashani, Konstantin Beznosov, Matei Ripeanu
2019 Zenodo  
The employed monitoring, restriction and educational methods of privacy protection have been unsuccessful in encouraging teens to stay private on SNSs.  ...  As a result, a thorough exploration of online interactions and thought processes of teens can help us better understand them and consequently communicate with them.  ...  In a study on privacy and technology, Kwasny et al.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3240539 fatcat:5kcj6b3jb5gxxhpsezvxgajbxu

Gender, Identity, and Language Use in Teenage Blogs

David A. Huffaker, Sandra L. Calvert
2006 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
The results suggest that teenagers stay closer to reality in their online explorations of self than has previously been suggested, and that these explorations involve common issues, such as learning about  ...  Male and female teenagers presented themselves similarly in their blogs, revealing personal information such as their real names, ages, and locations.  ...  The online presentations of teenagers demonstrate that blogs are an extension of the real-world, rather than a place where people like to pretend.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1083-6101.2005.tb00238.x fatcat:tljaeq6k4bbvnijfqmsncawqkm

Exploring physical and digital identity with a teenage cohort

Lia Emanuel, Danaë Stanton Fraser
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Interaction design and children - IDC '14  
With teenagers at the forefront of this hyper-connected world, this paper uses a systematic approach to contribute an in-depth understanding of teenagers' attitudes, values and concerns on privacy and  ...  identity management among teens.  ...  The authors would also like to thank Duncan Hodges for his engagement with the user-group, the students and schools taking part in the workshops.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2593968.2593984 dblp:conf/acmidc/EmanuelF14 fatcat:ldct6hvuanfgbcdmctslep4xda

Based on Network moral Education for Teenagers Path Choices of Dual Influence

PingXiu Liu
2012 International Journal of Education and Management Engineering  
the Internet at the same time because of proper understanding of network technology.  ...  These students often can not conceal their joy, with "delicious" for the online communication. They consider the communication as a "freedom, really truth, smartly and safely" way.  ...  At the same time, Internet culture enriches and change the teenager students' way of life and existence, provide them with conditions for development and learning.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijeme.2012.10.10 fatcat:zkbww767andazha42y7jz5gwxm

"Ask yourself WHY you want to track yourself": Co-Designing a Self-Tracking Guide with Teenagers

Jaimie Lee Freeman, Amanda Nicole Curtis
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts  
To address this gap, we ran fve online co-design workshops with 44 teenagers (aged 13-18 years) in the United Kingdom to design a self-tracking guide for teens.  ...  There is a lack of research on how putting teens at the center of designing educational resources might empower young users to harness the afordances of self-tracking tools that are of most value to them  ...  This work would not have been possible without the generous and refective contributions of the young people involved in these workshops.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491101.3519650 fatcat:acrdwoqwpvdabalz4reczduak4

Integration of Mobile Devices into Ubiquitous Learning by the 21st Century Teenagers

Kee Ch'ng Lay
2013 Education (Rosemead, Calif.)  
Many quantitative studies have been done for investigating the perception of technology use in education, but the studies done do not specifically focus on the use of mobile devices into ubiquitous learning  ...  by the teenager especially in Malaysia.  ...  Zarina Samsudin for guiding and inspiring me with many ideas from the beginning until the end of the study. Thanks to Dr. Balakrishnan Muniandy for reviewing and commenting on drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.5923/j.edu.20130306.12 fatcat:qnormbkj25dbjniu4md4estfqu

Networked privacy: How teenagers negotiate context in social media

Alice E Marwick, danah boyd
2014 New Media & Society  
A Decade in Internet Time symposium; members of the Social Media Collective at Microsoft Research and the Privacy Research Group at NYU Law; Heather Casteel; and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful  ...  Its findings are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of either funder.  ...  When privacy models are individual and technologyfocused, the onus is placed on teens, their guardians, or the technology itself to control the flow of data.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444814543995 fatcat:yroldvuyo5bfjjk3vgdx37tpme

Researching Teenagers' (Mobile) Interaction Orders – Methodical and Methodological Reflections on a Challenging Field

Steffen Eisentraut
2015 Outlines : Critical Social Studies  
media-specific dimensions with the help of a grounded theory approach.The article deals with the methodical strategies that were applied as well as respective methodological questions that arose during  ...  Mobile phones play an essential role in the everyday lives and social relationships of young people.  ...  In their pioneer study on the adoption of mobile technology among Norwegian teens, Ling and Yttri (2002) distinguish three pivotal dimensions of practice.  ... 
doi:10.7146/ocps.v16i2.22994 fatcat:gjmwwdfg7ffk7ii6jv5kuhzqam
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