4 edition of The Effect of the demographics of individual households on their telephone usage found in the catalog.
|Statement||Belinda B. Brandon, editor.|
|Contributions||Brandon, Belinda B.|
|LC Classifications||HE8841.C53 E33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 405 p. :|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||80027158|
85% of smartphone users will check their device while speaking with friends and family. 80% of smartphone users check their phone within 1 hour of waking or going to sleep, 35% of which will do within 5 minutes. 47% of smartphone users have attempted to limit their usage in the past – only 30% of which feel they were successful. 1 in 5 millennials admit to using their smartphones during sex, and almost 60% of people check their phones before falling asleep. When I was a kid, I remember having my Internet usage taken away as punishment. These days, it’s even more likely that parents and teenagers argue about phones, which isn’t surprising.
The idea that Internet use may have a negative effect on one’s wellbeing is not new. In , The HomeNet Project provided Internet access and a computer to 93 households that had no previous Internet experience and tracked their psychological health . Before analyzing the effect of technology on face-to-face communication, it is important to understand the rapid growth of various technologies and their current usage throughout the United States. Over the past few decades, technology usage has grown significantly. Per the U.S. Census, 76% of households reported.
We’ve put together a list of 8 statistics about how we use cell phones and especially text messaging. (Almost) everybody’s got one: 94% of all Americans have cell phones, which means that 9 out of 10 people have a cell phone on them, ready to connect and communicate, whether on a smartphone or not. The total population presents one overall measure of the potential impact of the country on the world and within its region. Note: Starting with the Factbook, demographic estimates for some countries (mostly African) have explicitly taken into account t more.
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Effect of the demographics of individual households on their telephone usage. Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger Pub.
Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Belinda B Brandon. Wealthier households are more likely to own mobile phones and smartphones than their poorer neighbors. Still, even in households which earn less than $25, 74% of adults have a mobile phone, and 44% a smartphone.
In contrast, 96% of adults with income of more than $, own mobile phones, and 75%, smartphones. Household and Individual Internet Usage Although disparities in Internet use for households persisted across race and Hispanic origin groups inthey appear to be shrinking.
Inwhite non-Hispanic households were about twice as likely as black households to report Internet access ( percent vs.
percent). The percent of homes without a telephone dropped to only percent incompared with percent in Increased cell phone usage probably played a major role in this dramatic change. Inabout 1-in-5 households had no telephone available.
However, many families in Brazil do not own individual phones, so one family uses a single device. Based on the smartphone usage statistics for provided by eMarketer, this is also their primary source of internet.
Approximately 60% of internet users in Brazil connect via smartphones. Kids get their first mobile device around the age of The statistic depicts the percentage of housing units with telephones in the United States between and A recent poll on mobile device usage from Common Sense Media found that 50 percent of teens said they “feel addicted” to their mobile devices.
At 59 percent, even more parents thought their teens were addicted, CNN says. The survey asked more than 1, parents and teenagers about mobile device usage and family conflict. Inwe conducted a national sample survey of US households using random digit dialing and a panel design with three questionnaires delivered over an month period.
Those answering the phone were asked to list members of their household and specify if they had Internet access; all persons 19 years and older were solicited for the survey. As they grow older, their expenses on these things shrink. Elderly people mostly remain indoor, however, their health related expenses may rise.
In this way, age becomes one of the fundamental demographic factors affecting consumer behavior and buying decisions. Health-care organizations will have to adapt quickly to meet their patients’ changing needs—all while addressing health-reform requirements.
An Aging Population. Inthe population aged 65 and older represented percent of the total U.S. population. That percentage is projected to reach percent by Demographics is the collection and analysis of broad characteristics about groups of people and populations. Demographic data is very useful for businesses to understand how to market to consumers.
Those from higher income households are more likely to say that their cell phone makes it easier to schedule their daily routine, and to be productive throughout the day. At the same time, cell owners with a household income of more than $75, per year are significantly more likely than other cell owners to say that their phone makes it.
Demographics is the practice of identifying groups of people in a population by their characteristics. It is common for a business to use demographics as a target market and/or target following are common types of demographics. These groups have many individual cultures that come with conflicting interests, preferences, attitudes, and beliefs.
This could impact both their response to marketing and their buying habits. Consider Coca-Cola and Pepsi. Both companies advertise globally, but localize their campaigns for each country, too.
household income in was $90,; unemployment is 2% while the percentage of individuals below the poverty line is % (“Community Facts ,” ). This is a higher income than the average number of families in the Anchorage School District who earn $76, per household (“Income in the Past 12 Months,” ).
The number of cellphone-only households predictably has been climbing over the years, surpassing the households with both a landline and a mobile phone and now reaching almost 51 percent. And it's. Discussing the effect of electromagnetic waves on human brains the author introduced the latest research results conducted by the scientists and facts about the influence of wave on the human brains and cancer development.
Extensive usage of smartphones has an effect on human’s upper extremities, back, and neck. It is reported that 12% of American households use a cell phone exclusively for their telephone service.
In a sample of eleven households, find the probability that: a. No household uses a cell phone as their exclusive telephone service. (Round your answer to 4. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
to 45 students to get their individual view the data collected with descriptive statistics. Results from the data collected revealed that a majority the respondents were femaless while %. Because of the growing inadequacies of hukou lists, adequate sampling of the Chinese population now requires household enumeration procedures.
We will discuss these in the section on Fieldwork Procedures. Apart from reliance on registration lists, another shortcoming of many Chinese surveys is their propensity to conflate families and households.The US percentage of food-insecure households, those with limited or uncertain ability to acquire acceptable foods in socially acceptable ways, rose from 11% to 15% between and 31; Obesity.
Data from indicates that over 78 million U.S. adults and about million (%) children and adolescents are obese.
And the "Global Village" became a Reality Internet has made real what in the 's that visionary of the communications Marshall McLuhan () called the "Global Village". The Internet is defined as the worldwide interconnection of individual networks operated by government, industry, academia, and private parties.