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Het techno-subsysteem van de Vlaamse tiener: keuzes van jongeren in hun gebruik van communicatietechnologieën

Cédric Courtois (UGent) , Steve Paulussen (UGent) , Peter Mechant (UGent) and Lieven De Marez (UGent)
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Nowadays teenagers are confronted with a variety of technologies to accommodate their interpersonal communication. In this article, we focus on the communication technology choices of a representative sample of 1725 Flemish teenagers, aged 12 to 18. The results show text messaging to be the most popular means to communicate with a large variety of communication partners of all ages, embedded in a variety of systems within the ecology of adolescent development. Online communication however mainly accounts for communication with peers. By means of additional quantitative data and a qualitative follow-up study, these results are put into the context of the ownership and everyday usage meanings of these technologies.
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E-MAIL, MOBILE, ADOLESCENTS, ACCEPTANCE, MODEL, SELF, ICT, new media, teenagers, techno-subsystem, domestication

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MLA
Courtois, Cédric, Steve Paulussen, Peter Mechant, et al. “Het Techno-subsysteem Van De Vlaamse Tiener: Keuzes Van Jongeren in Hun Gebruik Van Communicatietechnologieën.” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP 39.3 (2011): 17. Print.
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Courtois, C., Paulussen, S., Mechant, P., & De Marez, L. (2011). Het techno-subsysteem van de Vlaamse tiener: keuzes van jongeren in hun gebruik van communicatietechnologieën. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP, 39(3), 17.
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Courtois, Cédric, Steve Paulussen, Peter Mechant, and Lieven De Marez. 2011. “Het Techno-subsysteem Van De Vlaamse Tiener: Keuzes Van Jongeren in Hun Gebruik Van Communicatietechnologieën.” Tijdschrift Voor Communicatiewetenschap 39 (3): 17.
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Courtois, Cédric, Steve Paulussen, Peter Mechant, and Lieven De Marez. 2011. “Het Techno-subsysteem Van De Vlaamse Tiener: Keuzes Van Jongeren in Hun Gebruik Van Communicatietechnologieën.” Tijdschrift Voor Communicatiewetenschap 39 (3): 17.
Vancouver
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Courtois C, Paulussen S, Mechant P, De Marez L. Het techno-subsysteem van de Vlaamse tiener: keuzes van jongeren in hun gebruik van communicatietechnologieën. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP. 2011;39(3):17.
IEEE
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C. Courtois, S. Paulussen, P. Mechant, and L. De Marez, “Het techno-subsysteem van de Vlaamse tiener: keuzes van jongeren in hun gebruik van communicatietechnologieën,” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP, vol. 39, no. 3, p. 17, 2011.
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  abstract     = {Nowadays teenagers are confronted with a variety of technologies to accommodate their interpersonal communication. In this article, we focus on the communication technology choices of a representative sample of 1725 Flemish teenagers, aged 12 to 18. The results show text messaging to be the most popular means to communicate with a large variety of communication partners of all ages, embedded in a variety of systems within the ecology of adolescent development. Online communication however mainly accounts for communication with peers. By means of additional quantitative data and a qualitative follow-up study, these results are put into the context of the ownership and everyday usage meanings of these technologies.},
  author       = {Courtois, Cédric and Paulussen, Steve and Mechant, Peter and De Marez, Lieven},
  issn         = {1384-6930},
  journal      = {TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR COMMUNICATIEWETENSCHAP},
  keywords     = {E-MAIL,MOBILE,ADOLESCENTS,ACCEPTANCE,MODEL,SELF,ICT,new media,teenagers,techno-subsystem,domestication},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {3},
  title        = {Het techno-subsysteem van de Vlaamse tiener: keuzes van jongeren in hun gebruik van communicatietechnologieën},
  volume       = {39},
  year         = {2011},
}

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