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Talking back to Facebook : a common sense guide to raising kids in the digital age

Author: James P Steyer; Chelsea Clinton
Publisher: New York, NY : Scribner, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Scribner trade pbk. ed
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Counsels parents and teachers on how to protect children from vulnerabilities in today's online and social technology outlets, providing coverage of such topics as content filters, unhealthy media messages, ADD, and privacy.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James P Steyer; Chelsea Clinton
ISBN: 9781451657340 145165734X
OCLC Number: 741542707
Description: xiv, 206 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
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.

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Counsels parents and teachers on how to protect children from vulnerabilities in today's online and social technology outlets, providing coverage of such topics as content filters, unhealthy media messages, ADD, and privacy.

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"James Steyer has provided a road map to transform the seductive online world into a healthy environment for families."--"Pittsburgh Post-Gazette"

 
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