2 edition of Extended view of public attitudes toward television and other mass media, 1959-1971 found in the catalog.
Cover title.The 1959-1968 studies were conducted by Roper Research Associates, Inc.
|Statement||Television Information Office|
|Publishers||Television Information Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Fines and deductions from pay of mail contractors. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting report of fines and deductions from pay of mail contractors for 1880.
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The author's researches were made at Aigun in northern Manchuria where the Manchu element is preserved in a purer form and less influenced by Chinese than in southern Manchuria and Peking. Accordingly, it appears that the problem is pervasive to the point that there are a large proportion of individuals on both sides of the equation who do not approve of interracial relationships. Peer Power: Preadolescent Culture and Identity. The American Journal of Family Therapy. When children eat what they watch: impact of television viewing on dietary intake in youth.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. Therefore, it appears that the fear of being negatively judged in public inhibits interracial couples from displaying physical affection in comparison to couples of the same race. Weight gain in older adolescent females: the internet, sleep, coffee, and alcohol.
Trebay, Guy 18 February 2007. "Relational maintenance on social network sites: How Facebook communication predicts relational escalation". Gortmaker SL, Cheung LW, Peterson KE, et al. It is apparent that religiosity limits the level of expression of affection in general.
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It is apparent that religiosity limits the level of expression of affection in general.
Trebay, Guy 18 February 2007.