UncategorizedMay 21, 2013

Teens: Median number of Facebook friends

Size of Facebook network by gender and age

UncategorizedMay 21, 2013

What teens said about social media, privacy, and online identity

A list of some of the most revealing and interesting comments about how teens think about social networking sites and how they navigate issues of identity and privacy.

UncategorizedMay 21, 2013

What teens share on social media

Among teen social media users, percent who post the following to the profile they use most often

UncategorizedMay 21, 2013

Teens, Social Media, and Privacy

Youth are sharing more personal information on their profiles than in the past. They choose private settings for Facebook, but share with large networks of friends.

UncategorizedMay 17, 2013

Museums and Digital Communication

Kristen Purcell spoke at the Art Museum Marketing Association (AMMA) meeting at the Baltimore Museum of Art on Friday, May 17th, for an audience of marketing directors from the largest art museums in the U.S.

UncategorizedMay 9, 2013

One voice, many inflections

Susannah Fox will present the latest research on how mobile, social technologies are transforming health and health care in the U.S. and abroad.

UncategorizedMay 7, 2013

Young Adults, Mobile Phones and Social Media: Technology and the Transition to adulthood

Amanda Lenhart spoke at the National Academies “Health, Safety & Well-Being of Young Adults” Symposium on May 7 in Washington, D.C.

UncategorizedMay 3, 2013

Public Relations in the Networked Age: The new information ecosystem of e-patients

Lee Rainie will discuss the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project’s latest research on how people get, share and create information in the digital age. Rainie will also discuss the Project’s specific findings on the rise of e-pati…

UncategorizedApril 25, 2013

Civic Engagement

Online traditional political activities are most popular among the well-educated and the financially well-off

UncategorizedApril 25, 2013

Civic Engagement in the Digital Age

The well-educated and the well-off are more likely than others to participate in civic life online, just as those groups have always been more likely to be active in politics and community affairs offline.