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The book brings together surveys of 11 million young people as well as in-depth interviews.‘Teens are spending an enormous amount of time, primarily on their smart phones and communicating with their friends electronically,’ Twenge told the Today programme on BBC Radio 4.‘What that’s meant is they are spending less time interacting with their friends in person, hanging out with their friends.’Another effect is that sexual activity is declining too.
Since 1991, sexual activity in 14 and 15-year-olds has dropped by almost 40 per cent.
An Indian Muslim make up artist was dragged from the shower and Tasered before being raped and murdered in an alleged 'honour killing' because she fell in love with an Arab Muslim, a court has heard.
The first generation to spend all their whole adolescence in the presence of smart phones, known as i Gen, is replacing social interaction with social media (stock image)Sociology experts class those born in or before 1945 as the Silent Generation. More than half (56 per cent) of 14 to 18-year-olds went out on dates in 2015 but in comparison, for Generation X and Baby Boomers, it was around 85 per cent.
The findings are presented in a new book, entitled ‘i Gen: Why Today’s Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy–and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood–and What That Means for the Rest of Us’.
The first generation to spend their whole adolescence in the presence of smart phones, known as i Gen, is replacing social interaction with social media. The research was carried out by Professor Jean Twenge, from San Diego State University.
Love’s young dream is dying out, according to new research. She found that the effect of this is phenomenon is that the dating scene is dwindling.