Blog 4: Mobile Etiquette
— Forbes Tech News (@ForbesTech) August 31, 2015
- Americans have varying views on what situations are deemed as appropriate for answering cell phones. I chose this article because I find it interesting how people adapt to mobile capabilities and social settings and how my views differ from the majority of the American public.
- This information is compiled through Pew Research Center’s American Trend Panels which is comprised of over 3,000 adult cell phone users. The results came from a nationwide survey administered last year.
- I’m curious to know if respondents had the opportunity to justify their reasoning- where there any trends among these comments? Are these identified norms the same across varying cultures, or are they geographically specific (i.e. urban vs. rural views)?
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