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Existential field 8: appendix to the report - special focus pieces

By Myria Georgiou, Leslie Haddon, Ellen Helsper and Yinhan Wang


This appendix contains five special focus pieces on Diasporic families and media consumption, The place of mobile technology in European families, Families’ digital disadvantage and exclusion, ICT and intimate relationships, and Girl culture and Web 2.0

Topics: HM Sociology, HQ The family. Marriage. Woman, T Technology (General)
Publisher: Family Platform Project
Year: 2010
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Provided by: LSE Research Online

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