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Teen Girls And Social Media: A Story Of 'Secret Lives' And Misogyny

Author Nancy Jo Sales says the Internet fosters a kind of sexism that is harmful to teen girls. Her new book is American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers.

Nancy Jo Sales interviewed more than 200 teenage girls about their social media and Internet habits while researching her book American Girls. Knopf hide caption

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Teen Girls And Social Media: A Story Of 'Secret Lives' And Misogyny

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