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  • Published: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2007.
  • Year Published: 2007
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Description: xii, 324 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • 9780787994174 (cloth)
  • 0787994170 (cloth)

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

by Willard, Nancy E.

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Call number: Parent Shelf 004.678 Wi

Available Copies: Downtown Parent Shelf

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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.

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