2 edition of Children"s use of the internet. found in the catalog.
Children"s use of the internet.
Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Central England in Birmingham, 2002.
|Contributions||University of Central England in Birmingham.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
More and more, kids are harnessing the power of the online world -- and busting up a few myths along the way. Myth: It’s dangerous to post pictures of your kids online. Truth: If you use privacy settings, limit your audience, and don't ID your kids, it can be done fairly safely. With older children, you need to be up close and personal with their online use, says Tanya Barrow, who writes the award-winning blog Mummy Barrow. She .
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New studies suggest most parents grossly underestimate the amount of time their children are spending online. According to the Center for Media Research, most parents in the U.S. estimate that their children spend about two hours a month on the Internet. In reality, kids and teens are spending upwards of 20 hours a month surfing the Web. VOLUME 18 NUMBER 1 SPRING Children and Electronic Media 3 Introducing the Issue by Jeanne Brooks-Gunn and Elisabeth Hirschhorn Donahue 11 Trends in Media Use by Donald F. Roberts and Ulla G. Foehr 39 Media and Young Children’s Learning by Heather L. Kirkorian, Ellen A. Wartella, and Daniel R. Anderson 63 Media and Attention, Cognition, and School Achievement.
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