• Psychology
  • Published 2002

The Internet, Social Networks and Loneliness

@inproceedings{Coget2002TheIS,
  title={The Internet, Social Networks and Loneliness},
  author={Jean-François Coget and Yutaka Yamauchi and Michael W. Suman},
  year={2002}
}
Two hangable display packages, one being a plastic bag container and the other a cardboard box container, have a separate rigid plastic hanger for hanging on a rod or the like of a display rack. The plastic bag is of a different material than the plastic hanger which is disposed within a pocket formed at the top of the bag with the hook portion of the hanger extending through a hole in the top peripheral edge of the bag, and the bag has layers thereof bonded together slightly below the lower… CONTINUE READING

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