Teenagers and Cell Phones: Full, Unedited Interview with André Caron

People of many different ages use cell phones, of course, but for teenagers, it occupies a particularly important role. It's a social prosthetic, a form of community building, and sometimes the source of battles with parents. Recently, I interviewed André Caron. He's the director of the CITE at l'Université de Montréal, and Bell Chair in Interdisciplinary Research on Emerging Technologies. He's also a guy who has done a lot of research into how teens actually use their cell phones, and what role it plays in the development of their culture, in researching his book, Moving Cultures.

To listen to the full interview, download the mp3. A shorter version of the interview will air on Episode 29 of Spark.


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