A ler: “Young People and News“, relatório do Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, da John F. Kennedy School of Government da Universidade de Harvard. O resumo:
Based on a national survey of 1800 randomly sampled teens, young adults, and older adults, this report examines the amount of daily news consumed by young people. The evidence shows that young Americans are estranged from the daily newspaper and rely more heavily on television than on the Internet for their news. A few decades ago, there were not large differences in the news habits and daily information levels of younger and older Americans. Today, unlike most older Americans, many young people find a bit of news here and there and do not make it a routine part of their day.