August 22, 2011
New study finds more people using cellphones to avoid in-person contact
Colleen O’Connor reports:

Pretending to use cellphones to avoid  social contact is an emerging strategy in American society, according to  a new study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Of the 83 percent of American adults who have cellphones, 13 percent  said they pretend to use them to avoid talking to people, it reported.

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New study finds more people using cellphones to avoid in-person contact

Colleen O’Connor reports:

Pretending to use cellphones to avoid social contact is an emerging strategy in American society, according to a new study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.

Of the 83 percent of American adults who have cellphones, 13 percent said they pretend to use them to avoid talking to people, it reported.

(Read more)

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    Why yes. I have done this.
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    I do that, for sure…
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