The combined influence of new information and communication technologies and gender on self-esteem and social support
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This study discussed the effect of new information and communication technologies use on adolescents. The research also assessed whether gender and frequency of use of new information and communication technologies would interact to influence self-esteem and social support from family and friends.
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