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Rich Parents Prefer Google

 

A new Tufts University study sees the emergence of a "digital skills divide" based on socioeconomic status. The study, published in the March/April issue of the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, finds that wealthy, educated Americans are more capable of identifying untrustworthy information about child-rearing on the Internet than poor, uneducated Americans.

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