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|All Authors / Contributors:||
James P Steyer; Chelsea Clinton
|Description:||xiv, 206 pages ; 23 cm|
The RAP on digital media: relationships: attention/addiction, and privacy : Relationships: connection, intimacy, and self-image ; Attention and addiction issues: your child's brain on computers ; The loss of privacy: why your child is at risk ; The end of innocence ; Embracing the positives of digital media ; Kids are more than data points --
Parenting 2.0: top common sense tips : Birth to age two ; Ages three to four ; Ages five to six ; Ages seven to eight ; Ages nine to ten ; Ages eleven to twelve ; Ages thirteen to fifteen --
Conclusion: Talking back and taking back control.
|Responsibility:||James P. Steyer ; with a foreword by Chelsea Clinton.|
"James Steyer has provided a road map to transform the seductive online world into a healthy environment for families."--"Pittsburgh Post-Gazette"