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In homes with more than one telephone, the placement of phones is often arranged to allow the telephone user to have privacy when they are on the phone.
Both parents and children reported that, over the age of 12 years, children “need” privacy to talk to their friends.
Only a few parents reported placing family telephones exclusively in more public areas of the household.
In most cases, this placement of phones is a way for parents to monitor the time spent on the phone, allowing them to ensure “fair” access to the telephone by other members of the household, not a means of monitoring their kids' conversations.
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