“How Idle is Idle Talk? One Hundred Years of Rumor Research”

“How Idle is Idle Talk? One Hundred Years of Rumor Research” Diogenes, February 2007
http://dio.sagepub.com/content/54/1/59  DOI: 10.1177/03921921070734342007 54: 59

https://www.academia.edu/810524/How_idle_is_idle_talk_One_hundred_years_of_rumor_research

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