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Young people’s social interactions: prominently face to face, with friends and family members, and involving little use of mobile phones

Aurelio Fernández, Universidad de Navarra and Universidad de Gante; Charo Sádaba, Universidad de Navarra; Javier García-Manglano, Universidad de Navarra; Marieke Vanden Abeele, Universidad de Gante
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