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Differences in media access and use between rural Native American and White children
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2014
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Rural and remote health 14 (2922) pg online
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Objective:  To investigate the differences in media use and access among Native American and white children in a rural area of Michigan.Design:  Cross-sectional survey study.Subjects and Setting:  477 middle schoolers (436 white, 41 Native American) in the rural Upper Peninsula of Michigan answered survey questioncontinued
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U.S. Department of Education: Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, Carol M. White Physical Education Program; Delta-Schoolcraft Intermediate School District; Lt. Colonel David Grossman
 
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