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Teenagers - How on earth do you research their views? Especially about highly emotive matters? (27 Oct 13)

Teenagers. Hard to reach. Not exactly communicative. Far happier with their peers.

So do you remember when you were a teenager? How you felt? The way nobody understood you? The things you found it hard to talk about? The way you only felt comfortable discussing things with your friends?

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