Nancy Jo Sales, journalist and author of “American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers”
By some estimates, American teenage girls spend anywhere from 9 to 11 hours a day consuming media. They send up to 100 texts a day. What is it that they’re seeing and sending?
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