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Posted: Apr 12 2013, 06:53 PM
Member No.: 22
Joined: 6-October 04
Hey. GJ or someone once refrenced a study that said straight white males who watch a lot of television feel better about themselves, while every other group felt worse than those who don't watch much television. Could someone point me to the study? Especially if there is enough data to trace it to an academic journal, that I could site for a college paper?
At any given moment it's hard to remember the headspace of every other given moment. But I live in space a lot.
Posted: Apr 12 2013, 08:49 PM
Too few posts for a custom title
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Member No.: 2
Joined: 6-August 04
If I didn't include a link when I brought it up here you're out of luck, sadly. I checked through the last year of my tumblr and no luck.
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