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In addition, the increased group solidarity associated with ritual use of mobile phones may also reinforce current knowledge and ideologies, exclude outsiders, lower norms, and inhibit individual initiative (2008b, p. 181). , 2006). In Norway, there were positive associations between mobile phone use and peer social inclusion, being more popular, having more friends and greater sociability, though negatively with time at home (Ling, 2008b, p. 164). European studies have found greater mobile phone usage associated with several kinds of informal social interaction (Ling & Haddon, 2003) and strongly associated with friendship networks (Smoreda & Thomas, 2001).