A new nationally representative survey of American teenagers age 13-17 finds that teens have shifted their favored social media platforms and are now most likely to use Instagram and Snapchat. The study by The Associated ...
American teens think Facebook has definitely lost its cool factor, but use it as much as ever.
Back in the day, they'd flutter their eyelashes or share a nervous, giggly chat.
It's not just your imagination: most American teenagers are online or on their smartphones every day, and many are almost continually connected.
When I saw the recent eruption of stories claiming Facebook is "dead and buried to teens" I was at first intrigued, but, once I had read through to their original sources, quickly disappointed – though not, I am afraid, ...
American teenagers love their smartphone apps, but many are avoiding them, due to fears about privacy and location tracking.
On Ask.fm, millions of American teens talk about their hookups, struggles to get good grades and wild weekend parties with no parents or adults to peer over their shoulders.
American teenagers aren't doing as poorly on international science tests as adults think. Despite the misconception, people don't think the subject should get greater emphasis in schools, a survey released Monday found.
For many American teens, the road to college goes through the chapel.
About 73 percent of online American teens use social networking sites, such as Facebook, to share photos, interests and experiences with others, according to Pew Research Center. For youths in the foster care system, sharing ...