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There was a very nice report on NPR, the Saturday edition of
All Things Considered on June 24th, featuring Lynn Smith-Lovin
(a good 5+ minute segment) talking about her paper with Miller
On Jun 25, 2006, at 10:05 AM, Barry Wellman wrote:
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> Herb, et al.,
> To the credit of the Washington Post, an editorial writer has asked
> the full text of our Pew Internet study question on the number of Very
> Close ties, and I have given him Mean and Median stats. (I thought
> quartiles would be overkill.) From our correspondence, it seems as
> if the
> Post may well point out that we're not as isolated as their previous
> headline stated: "Social Isolation Growing in the U.S., Study
> Says" (June
> 23), although their subhead more accurate reports the ASR article,
> Number of People Who Say They Have No One to Confide in Has Risen".
> The NY Times, btw, just reprinted the AP story, without doing their
> reporting: "Study: American's Social Contacts Slipping." (June 23).
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