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Young Journalists 2013: Teens and Cellphones

  • Aired: 09/18/2013
  • 04:01
  • Rating: NR
Today's youth are exposed to wide array of technology they can use in their daily routine. Cellphones are probably the biggest device they encounter which maybe their primary form of communication through text messaging and email. However, many adults believe this form of communication is deterimential to a teenager's learning environment and social interaction with others.
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