Manners 2.0: Key findings about etiquette in the digital age

Some 92% of Americans now have a cellphone of some kind, and 90% of those cell owners say that their phone is frequently with them. This “always-on” mobile connectivity is changing the nature of public spaces and social gatherings. It is also rewriting social norms regarding what is rude and what is acceptable behavior when people are together, a new Pew Research Center report finds.

Here are some key takeaways about how Americans view manners in the mobile age:

1Americans see cellphone use as OK in key public spaces, but not in more private or intimate gatherings. For instance, about …read more

Source: Pew Research

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