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Steve Carlton Ford Analyzes Survey of Iraqi Teens

University of Cincinnati Associate Professor Steve Carlton-Ford is reporting an interesting preliminary finding in a rare survey that focuses on the attitudes of adolescents affected by war on their home soil.

Date: 3/17/2005
By: Dawn Fuller
Phone: 513 / 556.1823
University of Cincinnati Associate Professor Steve Carlton-Ford is reporting an interesting preliminary finding in a rare survey that focuses on the attitudes of adolescents affected by war on their home soil. The survey of 1,000 Iraqi adolescents in 10 neighborhoods around Baghdad suggests that the more the teenagers felt that their country and city were unsafe, the more frequently they reported strong self-esteem.

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