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Harris pokes at kid quandaries that keep you up at night

For tweens and teens, the web is a way of life. But just how much critical thinking are they applying to what they see there? Taking advantage of Harris Interactive's open-call for questions to pad its monthly YouthQuery survey of 1,100-plus kids ages eight to 18, an associate professor of communications at the University of California sent the following one in. (If you have a burning question about kid culture, but don't have the resources to commission a proprietary study of your own, Harris may be open to doing the legwork at no cost. Send an email to HI_youth_research@harrisinteractive.net to find out more.)
September 1, 2007

For tweens and teens, the web is a way of life. But just how much critical thinking are they applying to what they see there? Taking advantage of Harris Interactive’s open-call for questions to pad its monthly YouthQuery survey of 1,100-plus kids ages eight to 18, an associate professor of communications at the University of California sent the following one in. (If you have a burning question about kid culture, but don’t have the resources to commission a proprietary study of your own, Harris may be open to doing the legwork at no cost. Send an email to HI_youth_research@harrisinteractive.net to find out more.)

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