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The Mobile Youth: Voices of The Mobile Generation

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10 Stories revealing the emotional relationship between young people and their mobile phones. Author Graham Brown travels from the favelas of Rio de Janeiro to the backstreets of Shibuya Tokyo on a quest to discover how young people interact with their phones and what this means for innovation. 1 billion people under the age of 30 now own a mobile phone. Every single young ...more
Kindle Edition, 1, 200 pages
Published September 27th 2012 by mobileYouth
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This book looks at the ways that present-day young people use, and interact with, their cell phones. They are not used just for phone calls anymore.

A teenage boy from China wanted an iPad and a cell phone so much that he felt compelled to sell one of his kidneys on the black market to get the money. He is now in the hospital, suffering from renal failure. He received a lot less than the going rate for his kidney. A young Amish man is returning to the community after rumspringa, but he does not w
Dena Scroggins
The Mobile Youth is a collection of stories written by Graham Brown that reveals the connection between young people and mobile technology. Graham Brown is very educated regarding mobileYouth and has had some of his work has also featured in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and the Guardian. This book contained some startling facts. Did you know that 1 billion youth around the world now own a mobile phone? I have had a mobile phone for the last 15 years and it started out as only being u ...more
Charlie Griffin
Fantastic website, great you tube video links. Currently a student writing a paper on anthropology as a historical approach and learnt so much more from this site - anthropology is broad and narrow at the same time, it's all about what you want to find, and not unrealistic. This website really cannot get much more up to date, very useful. Thank you.
Marc Kornberger
Get a rich understanding into the minds of young people - great read !
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* Industry Analyst, Business Author and Public Speaker
* Director, mobileYouth and the Youth Marketing Academy
* Themes: social business, marketing, youth culture, social psychology, consumer behavior, digital anthropology

Since witnessing the growth of youth media and technology having lived in Japan in the early 90s, Graham along with business partner Josh Dhaliwal has helped grow mobileYouth to se
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