Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds is the data we’ve all been waiting for. The third in a series by the Kaiser Family Foundation, the national survey sheds light on young people’s media use. In 1999, 2004 and as recently as 2009, the Foundation collected data and released studies on the same topic. This most recent release is one of the largest and most comprehensive sources of information about media use among American youth. Based on your experiences, does it paint an accurate picture? Read it here first.
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