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Your Bibliography: BBC. Young Women At 'Highest Mental Health Risk'. 2016. Web. 29 Sept. 2016.
Your Bibliography: Giddins, Kathy. 2020. Web. 5 Aug. 2018.
Your Bibliography: Haynes, Tom. "This Is Exactly What Happens When Islanders Get Dumped From The Villa." UK. N.p., 2020. Web. 13 July 2019.
Your Bibliography: L'Hoiry, Xavier. "Love Island, Social Media, And Sousveillance: New Pathways Of Challenging Realism In Reality TV." Frontiers in Sociology 4 (2019): n. pag. Web.
In-text: (Nabi and Thomas 699-708)
Your Bibliography: Nabi, Robin L., and Jenna Thomas. "The Effects Of Reality-Based Television Programming On Diet And Exercise Motivation And Self-Efficacy In Young Adults." Health Communication 28.7 (2013): 699-708. Web.
In-text: (Office of National Statistics)
Your Bibliography: Office of National Statistics. Estimating Suicide Among Higher Education Students, England And Wales. 2018. Web. 13 Jan. 2018.
In-text: (Peek and Beresin 177-181)
Your Bibliography: Peek, Holly S., and Eugene Beresin. "Reality Check: How Reality Television Can Affect Youth And How A Media Literacy Curriculum Can Help." Academic Psychiatry 40.1 (2015): 177-181. Web.
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