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Anne cites a report published by the Crimes Against Children Research Center  which finds that Internet Safety topics are very broad, complex concerns ‘which makes it difficult to create comprehensive program logic around the entire problem as a set’.
Research Report: Harvard Education
A new study from Harvard University reveals that the message parents mean to send children about the value of empathy is being drowned out by the message we actually send: that we value achievement and happiness above all else.
It’s hard not to fear for our children when we see headlines about Facebook bullies and online blackmail. But Sonia Livingstone argues that we need to balance our reactions, and not necessarily impose more restrictions.