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Networked Families: A PEW Report

Published Oct 20, 2008, 11:36am
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Networked Families: A PEW Report

10/19/2008 | Report  | Tracy L.M. Kennedy Aaron Smith Amy Tracy Wells Barry Wellman

The internet and cell phones have become central components of modern family life. Among all household types, the traditional nuclear family has the highest rate of technology usage and ownership.

A national survey has found that households with a married couple and minor children are more likely than other household types -- such as single adults, homes with unrelated adults, or couples without children to have cell phones and use the internet.

The survey shows that these high rates of technology ownership affect family life. In particular, cell phones allow family members to stay more regularly in touch even when they are not physically together. Moreover, many members of married-with-children households view material online together.

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