The Digital Lives of African American Tweens, Teens, and Parents

November 17, 2016
The Digital Lives of African American Tweens, Teens, and Parents

The primary purpose of this study is to understand to what degree and in what ways African American families are using and learning with technology outside of formal learning environments such as schools.

The data presented here are from a large scale, nationally-representative survey of African American youth (ages 11 to 17) and their parents, supplemented and informed by a series of ten focus groups with African American parents and youth across the country (for more information on the demographics of the survey and focus group samples, please see the Methodology).

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cgest.asu.edu