Women's Emotions Towards the Mobile Phone
Leopoldina, F., & Taipale, S. (2012). Women's Emotions Towards the Mobile Phone. Feminist Media Studies, 12(4), 538-549. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2012.741870
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The purpose of this study is to investigate whether women's emotions associate differently with the mobile phone depending on the type of family in which they live. James A. Russell's circumplex model of affect which explores four main emotional dimensions, excitement, distress, depression and contentment, was applied. The article is based on the female sub-sample (N = 3,704) of nationally representative survey data collected from Italy, France, the UK, Germany and Spain (N = 7,255) in 2009. The results show that it is women living in blended families who seem to associate more distress and less feelings of contentment with the mobile phone than women living in other types of family.
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