Teens, Technology and Romantic Relationships: From flirting to breaking up, social media and mobile phones are woven into teens’ romantic lives


This report is a collaborative effort based on the input and analysis of the following individuals who variously helped design (and translate) the quantitative instrument, conduct focus groups, analyze data, write the report and design graphics. The authors would also like to thank our outside reviewers who helped us think through our consent process with our teen respondents and question development for the qualitative and quantitative instruments; Amy Bleakley, danah boyd, Lisa Jones and Lois Scheidt. This is the third of three reports based on this data collection that broadly examine how teens use technology particularly in the context of peer friendships and romantic relationships. The first report was Teen Social Media and Technology Overview 2015 and the second report was Teens, Technology and Friendships. Find related reports online at www.pewresearch.org/internet

Publisher: Pew Research Center

Published: October 2015 (77 pages)

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