The San Francisco Chronicle reports that young people report that they spend about 6.5 hours per day on various electronic media, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation survey, which is an hour more per day than five years ago. Most of the increase comes from greater video game and computer use. Approximately a quarter of the kids surveyed reported engaging in more than one media activity at a time, and that this multitasking basically adds up to the equivalent of exposure to 8.5 hours a day of media exposure. Parents and educators are becoming increasingly concerned with...
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