The New Normal: Parents, Teens, and Mobile Devices
The New Normal: Parents, Teens, and Mobile Devices Around the World
Mobile devices are rewiring daily life for teens and their parents. The New Normal: Parents, Teens, and Mobile Devices Around the World is a comparative global mapping project designed to advance cross-cultural exploration of family digital media engagement. In partnership with Common Sense, the project compares survey ﬁndings from the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom and Mexico.
Photos by Sergio Negrete.
The New Normal: Parents, Teens, and Mobile Devices in Mexico
Latest study on impact of mobile devices on parents and teens expands from the U.S., Japan and U.K. to include Mexico.
To gain further insight into global trends among teens and parents, USC Annenberg and Common Sense have selected Mexico as the latest focus of The New Normal: Parents, Teens, and Mobile Devices Around the World. Mexico is the first Spanish-speaking country in this series; general results will be compared with those obtained in previous years in the U.S., Japan and the U.K.
Parents, teens, and mobile devices around the world
Meet the collaborators
Willow Bay, Dean
Tina Vennegaard, Director, Strategic Programs and Initiatives
James P. Steyer, Founder and CEO
Michael B. Robb, Senior Director of Research
Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology, Department of Media Communications
Dr. Manuel Alejandro Guerrero, Director, Department of Communication
Dra. Fidele Vlavo Ablavi
VOA’s Student Union quoted Dean Willow Bay on the changing landscape of mobile device use.
Host Mishal Husain interviews Dean Willow Bay about how parents and their teens both believe the other is “addicted” to their mobile devices.
The Telegraph featured research by USC Annenberg and Common Sense Media in a story on mobile phones being a source of conflict for teens and parents.
The DailyMail featured research examining how teens spend their time on their mobile devices.