Parents on Social Media: Pew Research Findings 

by ParentCo. July 17, 2015

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According to a new study by Pew Research Center, 75% of parents use social media and while mothers may be more engaged, both tend to lean on their online networks for parenting advice. Read the findings at Social Times: Parents on Social Media: Mothers Are More Engaged (Study) | SocialTimes


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