New technologies offer new ways for families to connect, access ideas and entertainment, and manage the risks faced by children and teens, but they also bring more responsibilities, choices, and challenges. Clark argues that families experience digital and mobile technologies in their children's lives, especially during the preteen and teen years, quite differently depending on whether they are middle class or less advantaged. Based on over ten years of interviews hundres of parentsand children, The Parent App explores these differences and provides the kind of guidance backed by thorough research that parents today desperately need.
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Oxford University Press
November 09, 2012
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