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Research on our everyday use of electronic devices

theacademic

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Thanks to those who took part in an earlier version of some university research I am involved in that is looking at how we conduct our everyday relationships through smartphones, computers, tablets and other electronic devices. I have now moved on to a second phase of questions and I hope you can spare a few minutes to share your important views.

https://teesside.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/screen-society-2

Thanks in advance.
 

theacademic

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Thanks davewebbsbrain and anyone else who has completed the survey. It is still live if anyone has a spare few minutes.
 
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