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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lynn Schofield Clark
|ISBN:||9780199899616 0199899614 9780199377107 0199377103|
|Description:||xx, 299 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Preface: The parent app and the parent trap --
Digital and mobile media: Cautionary tales --
Risk, media, and parenting in a digital age --
Cyberbullying girls, helicopter moms, and internet predators --
Strict parents, gamer high school dropouts, and shunned overachievers --
Digital media and youth --
Identity 2.0: Young people and digital and mobile media --
Less advantaged teens, ethnicity, and digital and mobile media: Respect, restriction, and reversal --
Digital and mobile media and family communication --
Communication in families: Expressive empowerment and respectful connectedness --
How parents are mediating the media in middle-class and in less advantaged homes --
Media rich and time poor: The emotion work of parenting in a digital age --
Parenting in a digital age: The mediatization of family life and the need to act --
Appendix A: Methodology --
Appendix B: Parents, children, and the media landscape: Resources --
Appendix C: Family digital and mobile media agreement.
|Responsibility:||Lynn Schofield Clark.|
The Parent App is an engaging read for both academics and parents. There is no contradiction in straddling these two worlds for Clark, who acknowledges that her own parenting conundrumssuch as the
- Internet and families.
- Digital divide.
- Internet -- Social aspects.
- Parent and child.
- Digital divide
- Soziale Software
- Parent-child relationship.
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