Most kids react negatively to cursing

December 1997
Jet;12/29/97, Vol. 93 Issue 6, p26
Reports the results of a poll by the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper concerning the impact of curse words on children. Questions posed to more than 10,000 youths.


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