The Internet Is Changing The Way In Which Teens Socialize In Canada

Instant Messaging, Email And Online Gaming The Most Common Weekly Online Activities For Teens

Monday, November 29, 2004

Vancouver, BC — In a recent Ipsos-Reid survey of 1,226 online teenagers between 12 and 17 in Canada, socializing supersedes all other online activities by a wide margin, suggesting that the Internet is changing the social fabric of interpersonal communication among teens. Ipsos-Reid's

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The Internet Is Changing The Way In Which Teens Socialize In Canada

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