How teenagers navigate the nuances of social media, and what adults can learn from them

For older generations, social media might feel like a specific and often new way of interacting—markedly different from meeting in person or talking on the phone. For most teenagers, though, it is part of an interconnected social landscape. They may not necessarily need to distinguish social connections as either online or offline. These can be fluid across digital and physical spaces.

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