Study: TV Time Hurts Self-Esteem, But Not for White Boys 29681

The amount of time children spend in front of television screens, their self-esteem is affected...unless the child is a white male.  These are the findings of a new study published in the journal Communication Research by Nicole Martins, an assistant professor of telecommunications at Indiana University, and Kristen Harrison, professor of communication studies at the University of Michigan.

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