The civic and community engagement of religiously active Americans
Those who are active in church, religious, or spiritual organizations are often more deeply involved in their communities than those who are not members of such groups.
State of Social Media: 2011
Senior Research Specialist Mary Madden will present the Project’s latest research on social media adoption.
Why Americans use social media
Social networking sites are appealing as a way to maintain contact with close ties and reconnect with old friends.
Teens, kindness and cruelty on social network sites
How American teens navigate the new world of “digital citizenship”
Older Adults and Social Media
Mary will present the Pew Internet Project’s latest data on social media participation among older American adults, including new findings about user motivations and the role of mobile devices.
Are consumers really networked? And, if they are, should you care?
Senior Fellow Jim Jansen is speaking at Advance 2011: Rediscovering the consumer.
The social media landscape
Lee Rainie was asked to present about the state of social media, in particular how non-profit groups might think about using social media to promote their missions. He cites the newest data from Pew Internet Project surveys and describes how the “…
Medicine 2.0: Peer-to-peer healthcare
Peer-to-peer healthcare is a way for people to do what they have always done – lend a hand, lend an ear, lend advice – but at internet speed and at internet scale.
The internet provides access not only to information, but also to each other, and Pew Internet’s research documents how this has transformed the health communications landscape over the last 10 years.
When Networked Individuals Roamed the Earth (video)
Director Lee Rainie spoke about how the technology revolution has changed the way people interact and create communities.