US teenagers aren’t into driving as much now and one theory is that social media may be taking the place of motorized transportation as virtual contact, through electronic means, reduces the need for actual contact.
A shopping mall in Australia is using classical music to stop teenagers from loitering.
In the 1950s, just over one in ten 14-16 year olds agreed with the statement “I am an important person.” By the late 1980s, that number had risen to 80 per cent.
A McDonald’s in Mount Annan, Sydney Austrailia has been playing classical music on purpose to force teenagers off of its premises at late night
A city in Wales installed pink LEDs to deter teenage loitering because it highlighted their acne.