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Burnbook: Who's to Blame When An App Shuts Down a School?
Author, "Raising Humans in a Digital World" (HarperC...
When a social media app is named after the "burn book" in the teen cult movie Mean Girls, better brace yourself for a whole Pandora's box of trouble.
What The Modern-Day Sex Talk Should Sound Like
Top 5 Tips to Harness Social Networks and the Internet in a Positive Way
Junior at Marina High School
I believe that there is an urgent need to empower the young generation through effective use of social networking, or in general, social media.
Teens Are Leaving Facebook For Facebook
Social Media: Has Your Addiction Gone Too Far?
Junior at Northside College Prep
If you consider yourself a self-proclaimed social media addict, or simply want to spend less time using social networks, here are some simple tips to break your addiction.
Spying on Our Kids
Varda Meyers Epstein
Varda Meyers Epstein is a mother of 12, a sometimes performer,...
Spying on our kids implies distrust. We need to treat our children with respect because the way to get kids to act trustworthy is paradoxically, to offer them our trust.
'Bling Ring' Author, Nancy Jo Sales, Blames Celebrity News, Reality TV, Social Media In Part For Burglaries
"The very nature of celebrity is changing, because social media is breaking down the walls and there's a sense that anybody
Cyberbullying: Your Kids Need You on Their Side
Social media and brand strategist
While these are great strides taken in attempt to stop cyberbullying, parents themselves need to learn to spot the signs of a child that is being harassed.
Study: Teenagers' Social Network Of Choice Is Facebook, But Not By Much
Senior Editor, Big News & Live Events, The Huffington Post
Facebook is number one, but its popularity is shrinking, according to a new study on teenagers' use of social media. This is more evidence of a "teenager problem" that Facebook seems to be battling.
WATCH: 60 Seconds of Social Media
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Just how connected are our kids today? According to Pew Research, close to 100 percent of teenagers aged 12-17 are online, and 80 percent of those kids are on social media sites.
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Social Media's Positive Effect On Teens
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