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Study Details Gender Differences in Net Use

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Study Details Gender Differences in Net Use

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Study Details Gender Differences in Net Use

Study Details Gender Differences in Net Use

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A new study finds that men and women use the Internet in different ways. The founding director of the Pew Internet and American Life Project explores the study's findings.

Guests:

Lee Rainie, founding director of the Pew Internet and American Life Project

Xeni Jardin, NPR tech culture journalist

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