Sepulveda later talked about this cell phone in The New York Times article.
Janet Sepulveda is his mother.
She stated, “I’d say he uses it [cell phone] about 2 percent for homework and 98 percent for other stuff. At the beginning, I would take the phone at 10 p.m. and tell him he couldn’t use it anymore. Now he knows that if he’s not complying with what I want, I can suspend his service for a week or two. That’s happened.” [New York Times]
The press release (“Daily Media Use Among Children and Teens Up Dramatically From Five Years Ago”), mentioned earlier within this article, by the Kaiser Family Foundation contains a wealth of additional information from the report.
The article’s sub-title states, “Big Increase in Mobile Media Helps Drive Increased Consumption: Most Youth Say They Have No Rules About How Much Time They Can Spend With TV, Video Games, or Computers.”
Please read it in detail to learn more about what its researchers found about the Generation M2 and its use of entertainment media devices.