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The 'Mean Girls' effect: teenagers and the quest for popularity

The Mean Girls effect teenagers and the quest: Christian Science MonitorChristian Science Monitor
Wednesday, 16 May 2012

The 'Mean Girls' effect: a new study shows that teenagers and the quest for popularity, depicted as 'normal' by the media and in pop culture, carries risk.
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