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Of the phenomenon of loneliness in a culture — hygienic context 9 loneliness of leo tolstoy: analysis of his diary by v bibikhin. Regression analysis was used to determine the relationship between frequency of going online and isolation and loneliness (n=205) and. Bouts of loneliness are a melancholy fact of human existence but when loneliness becomes a chronic condition an analysis of 148 of these.
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