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Changing Media Experiences of Young People in the Age of the Internet

by Başak Güneş Başat

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Despite arguments claiming that computer and Internet usage leads young people to social isolation, many researchers suggest that the online world provides young people with a new social realm. In this article I consider this research on the computer and Internet usage of young peoples and the changing media experiences of those who have access to new media forms within this new media environment. With respect to the broad review of literature and critical analysis, the consensus seems to be that the changing media experience of young people in the age of the Internet contributes to their socialization and identity development especially in light of the Internet’s potential to be uses as an interactive medium. Download: http://globalmedia.emu.edu.tr/images/stories/ALL_ARTICLES/2009_10_Fall_Spring/Ba...
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