McMaster Youth Media Study

Interesting post from Geoffrey Rockwell, who shares a summary from the McMaster Youth Media Study of what a typical McMaster undergraduate might be like when it comes to new media. I must confess, it wasn’t too terribly surprising. Of course, I do see undergraduates wandering around the library and campus every day with cell phones and mp3 players and facebook on nearly every other computer. I was a little more surprised to see that the typical undergraduate did recognize that technology was starting to interfere with actual personal connections.

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