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Are social networking sites harmful?

Author: Stefan Kiesbye
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2011.
Series: At issue., Mass media.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Provides essays with varying opinions on social networking sites, discussing their effects on social skills, connection with bullying, and potential use by stalkers and sexual predators.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Kiesbye
ISBN: 9780737751314 0737751312 9780737751321 0737751320
OCLC Number: 642510188
Description: 93 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Social networking sites help students gain important skills / Lauren Gerber --
Social networking sites can limit interpersonal skills and physical activity / Sue Scheff --
Social networking sites harm children's brains / David Derbyshire --
Social networking sites can be forums for cyberbullying / Abraham Foxman and Cyndi Silverman --
Social networking sites cannot be blamed for bullying / Kate Harding --
Schoolchildren are not ready for social networking / Kari Henley --
Social networking sites can be hunting grounds for sexual predators / John Kreiser --
The fear of social media is unfounded / Curtis Silver --
Social networking sites are increasingly frequented by stalkers / National Center for Victims of Crime --
Social networking sites are addictive / Sam Leith --
Social networking sites give users an inflated sense of self / Debra Ronca --
Students admitted early to college network on Facebook / Jenna Johnson --
Social spam is pervasive / Chris Wilson --
Pro-anorexia sites should be banned / Sarah Menkedick --
Pro-anorexia sites should not be banned / Angie Rankman.
Series Title: At issue., Mass media.
Responsibility: Stefan Kiesbye, book editor.

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Provides essays with varying opinions on social networking sites, discussing their effects on social skills, connection with bullying, and potential use by stalkers and sexual predators.

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