An Analysis of social distancing related to college students' iPod use.
Lammar, Laura Lynn
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The aim of theis study is to investigate whether a college student's usage of an iPod increases the social distance with others in social environments. The participants in this study were 89 graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire.
College students--Social life and customs.
Communication and technology.
iPod (Digital music player)--Social aspects.
Color poster with text and graphs describing research conducted by Michael Boley, Michael Hildebrandt, Laura Lynn Lammar, Mallory Markham, Tyler Slaby, and Eileen Wesener under the supervision of Jennifer Becker.
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