“What do I think you’re doing?!”
Sahara Byrne seb272@cornell.edu
Department of Communication
Cornell University
Also:
Theo...
Questions.
• What are kids doing with
technology?
• What do we think they are
doing?
• What can we do to guide/protect
the...
Resistance
• WHEN are strategic efforts to protect kids
likely to be met with resistance?
• WHY does this happen?
• WHAT c...
Research Method
• Internet survey
• 456 parents across USA
• Matched child (10-17 years old) pairs
• Parents: how much wou...
“Positive” Behaviors
On the other hand…
Are there viable solutions?
Avoiding a “Recipe for Disaster
– Parents LOVE it
– Kids ANGRY
Difference Scores
Predicting disagreement
• Parenting style
– When it’s hard to talk to mom and dad
– Authoritarian and permissive
– Even au...
Avoiding “reactance”
• BEST Strategies:
– Empowering children to protect themselves
– Government and Industry responsibili...
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Department of Communication
Cornell University

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  • MORE HERE??
  • Items adapted from Hinduja & Patchin 2008 n= over 1900
    Cyberbullied others 17.6, Been Cyberbullied
  • Parents and online technologies: Parental Awareness of Youth Online Behaviors & Predicting Resistance to Protective Strategies (Sahara Byrne)

    1. 1. “What do I think you’re doing?!” Sahara Byrne seb272@cornell.edu Department of Communication Cornell University Also: Theo Lee Daniel Linz Mary McIlrath Mike Yao Parental Awareness of Youth Online Behaviors & Predicting Resistance to Protective Strategies
    2. 2. Questions. • What are kids doing with technology? • What do we think they are doing? • What can we do to guide/protect them?
    3. 3. Resistance • WHEN are strategic efforts to protect kids likely to be met with resistance? • WHY does this happen? • WHAT can be done to prevent resistance? Don’t look at that! Don’t look at that! Turn that thing off! Turn that thing off! Put it where I can see it! Put it where I can see it! I don’t trust you! I don’t trust you!
    4. 4. Research Method • Internet survey • 456 parents across USA • Matched child (10-17 years old) pairs • Parents: how much would you support • Kids: how would you feel if your parent
    5. 5. “Positive” Behaviors
    6. 6. On the other hand…
    7. 7. Are there viable solutions? Avoiding a “Recipe for Disaster – Parents LOVE it – Kids ANGRY
    8. 8. Difference Scores
    9. 9. Predicting disagreement • Parenting style – When it’s hard to talk to mom and dad – Authoritarian and permissive – Even authoritative have challenges (tech strats) • Values (security) • Boys • Older teen for more restrictive
    10. 10. Avoiding “reactance” • BEST Strategies: – Empowering children to protect themselves – Government and Industry responsibility • WORST Strategies – Co-viewing – Parental access – Blocks & Filters
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