Zum Leseverhalten der Amerikaner

Gabel, Gernot U.
March 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;mar2008, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p263
Trade Publication
This article discusses the results of the study "To Read or Not to Read. A Question of National Consequence," which researched the reading habits of American teenagers. The author examines the reported behavior habits of teenagers, which included using the computer, watching television and playing video games, sometimes all at once. The continuation of the trend of not reading is cause for alarm, according to the author.


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