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Is “Screen Time” Too Outdated and Out of Sync With Reality?

The New York Times reported on findings released by social and data scientist in the journal Human-Computer Interaction. The researchers say that the phrase, or even the  concept of what we think of as “screen time”, is both so broadly used and narrowly interpreted that it misses the mark. They tell us that our digital experiences are not mere habit, but part of our everyday life experience. Is it time to rethink the common conversations about screens for kids and all of us?
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