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Um estudo com 35.000 pessoas ao redor do mundo sustenta que o bem-estar está relacionado ao acesso à comunicação.

It found that women in developing countries, and people of both sexes with low incomes or poor education, were most influenced emotionally by their access to technology.

It is partly because women tend to have a more central role in family and other social networks, said researcher Paul Flatters of Trajectory Partnership, which conducted the research on behalf of the BCS.

“Our hypothesis is that women in developing countries benefit more because they are more socially constrained in society,” he added.

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