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Cyber-safe kids, cyber-savvy teens : helping young people learn to use the Internet safely and responsibly

Author: Nancy E Willard
Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Provides strategies for keeping children and teens safe online.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy E Willard
ISBN: 9780787994174 0787994170
OCLC Number: 76936041
Description: xii, 324 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Internet parenting strategies --
Foundational issues --
Influences on online decision making --
Specific risks and concerns --
Accenting the positive. Of fenced play yards and hands-on parenting : effective real-world parenting online --
Danger signs on the information highway : overview of online risks and concerns --
Internet use for different ages : guidelines for children, early teens, and older teens --
Too hard, too soft, just right : parenting styles and effective Internet parenting --
Filtering follies and other myths : technology "quick fixes" lead to false security --
I'm your parent. it's my responsibility : supervising your child's online activities --
A community of parents : collaborating with other parents --
Red flags! warning signs and responses --
Away from home : use of the Internet at other places --
Get it in writing : parent-teen Internet use agreement --
Me and my friends : online social networking --
Eyeballs and e-wallets : e-commerce and your child --
None of your business : privacy protection strategies --
Wired 24/7 : Internet addictive behavior and multitasking --
Read with your eyes open : the importance of information literacy --
Don't take candy from strangers : online stranger literacy --
Working on the "hard-wiring" : brain development and online decision making --
You can't see me, I can't see you : how technology can interfere with responsible decision making --
Why we believe what "they" say : social influence techniques online --
Looking for love in all the wrong places : young people who are at greater risk online --
On the Net, what you do reflects on you : core values and standards online --
Sex and the Internet : risky sexual online activities --
I can say what I want online : cyberbullying and social cruelty --
Questionable support : self-harm communities and "at risk" teens --
"Us" against "them" : hate groups, gangs, and other troublesome groups --
I'm going to get you : cyberthreats and distressing material --
Come and play : online gaming --
You bet, I win, you lose : online gambling --
Tag, I got you : hacking and computer crimes --
Not the highest form of flattery : plagiarism --
I can copy and share anything on the Internet : copyright protection and infringement --
Security first : protection against "malware" --
Spam, spam, spam, and more spam : unsolicited (or unknowingly approved) email advertising --
Have I got a deal for you : scams and phishing --
Finding the good life : beneficial activities online --
Appendix A: Parent-teen Internet use agreement --
Appendix B: The cyberspace world.
Responsibility: Nancy E. Willard.
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Essential strategies to keep children and teens safe online As our children and teens race down the onramp to the Information Superhighway, many parents feel left behind in the dust.  Read more...

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