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4-09-2009 @ 7:55PM
1.8 million out of 11 million is a sample group of 16% of the total population, which statistically is phenomenally large and therefore has a much smaller margin of error.outside north america you could argue that because of sociocultural differences, females would be less likely to play, or not have as much time to play, therefore invalidating the model, but i would argue that considering places like australia, western europe, and east asia make up a lot of the remaining players, you're looking at a lot of high-tech liberal countries where men and women are going to have pretty similar social tendancies to america... and considering the technological prevalence in europe and asia specifically, there are probably MORE girls that play.this seems like an incredible accurate and telling study to me, but as stated, the methodology is an unknown and could have significant gaps.
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