Recently teenagers have been accused of being unable to socialise face to face, think and even make eye contact. Parents and adults in general put the blame for the lack of communicative skills among teenagers on social media.
However, new technologies have always provoked generational panic, which usually has more to do with adult fears than with the lives of teenagers themselves.
Actually, a recent study has found that the most avid texters are also the kids most likely to spend time with friends in person. It seems clear that one form of . . .
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