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  • Parents are phubbing their own children
  • Parents are phubbing their own children
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Parents are phubbing their own children

Phubbing – or phone snubbing – is often imagined as a practice carried out by rude teenagers who would rather communicate via social media. But recent Gen Z complaints over their parents’ device usage highlights how they're re-evaluating technology’s impact on their relationships.

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