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didn't the pew organization look into this when they were studying
online habits of teenagers (im networks, email, blogging,
socialization)....? not sure if that's a red herring, but hopefully
it will help...
At 12:44 PM 11/8/2005, danah boyd wrote:
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>A while back, folks asked if anyone had good references on the social
>networks of youth and there was very little response (but a bunch of
>ongoing research). So, i thought i'd ask again: is there any work
>out there on social networks of youth culture? (I'm personally
>interested in teenage social networks (approximately 10-20).)
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