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Looks are all important for girls on tween TV

Researchers believe that television programs for 8- to 12-year-olds may skew their concepts about gender roles. "Girls can participate in everything that boys can, but while doing so they should be attractive." This, according to American researchers, is one of the gender ideals conveyed by tween television programs to their young viewers.
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