“Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &
the mobilization of risk via federal policies”
Console-ing Passions
University...
Collective
harm
Individual risk
avoidance>
PANIC!
Risk Harm
Monitoring,
Surveillance, &
Interventions
Rimm
study
1996 Communications Decency Act
Panic
CDA
Time
articleRimm
study
- Michel Foucault
Children’s Online
Protection Act
(1998)
“Perhaps we do the minors of
this country harm if First
Amendment protections, which
they will with age inherit fully, are...
1) Awareness & education
2) Acceptable use policies
3) Curriculum
Filters & direct
government
regulations
Self
Regulation
...
Children’s Internet Protection Act (2000)
1)Obscene
2)Pornographic
3)Harmful to minors
Public schools
& libraries
receivin...
Deleting Online Predators
Act (2006)
ACCESS
WHAT
WHO
Policies to
protect
children online
Crimes against
children
- Stuart Hall
- Julie Frechette
Protecting
Children in the
21st Century
Act (2007)
“Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &
the mobilization of risk via federal policies”
Console-ing Passions
University...
Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &  the mobilization of risk via federal policies
Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &  the mobilization of risk via federal policies
Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &  the mobilization of risk via federal policies
Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &  the mobilization of risk via federal policies
Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &  the mobilization of risk via federal policies
Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &  the mobilization of risk via federal policies
Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet &  the mobilization of risk via federal policies
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Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet & the mobilization of risk via federal policies

  1. 1. “Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet & the mobilization of risk via federal policies” Console-ing Passions University of Missouri, Columbia April 11, 2014 Dr. Jacqueline Ryan Vickery, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Radio, Television, & Film University of North Texas jvickery.com jacqueline.vickery@unt.edu @JacVick
  2. 2. Collective harm Individual risk avoidance> PANIC!
  3. 3. Risk Harm Monitoring, Surveillance, & Interventions
  4. 4. Rimm study
  5. 5. 1996 Communications Decency Act Panic CDA Time articleRimm study
  6. 6. - Michel Foucault
  7. 7. Children’s Online Protection Act (1998)
  8. 8. “Perhaps we do the minors of this country harm if First Amendment protections, which they will with age inherit fully, are chipped away in the name of their protection.” U.S. District Judge Lowell A. Reed
  9. 9. 1) Awareness & education 2) Acceptable use policies 3) Curriculum Filters & direct government regulations Self Regulation Collective Regulation
  10. 10. Children’s Internet Protection Act (2000) 1)Obscene 2)Pornographic 3)Harmful to minors Public schools & libraries receiving E-rate discounts
  11. 11. Deleting Online Predators Act (2006)
  12. 12. ACCESS WHAT WHO
  13. 13. Policies to protect children online Crimes against children
  14. 14. - Stuart Hall
  15. 15. - Julie Frechette
  16. 16. Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act (2007)
  17. 17. “Panic in the Classroom!: Youth, internet & the mobilization of risk via federal policies” Console-ing Passions University of Missouri, Columbia April 11, 2014 Dr. Jacqueline Ryan Vickery, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Radio, Television, & Film University of North Texas jvickery.com jacqueline.vickery@unt.edu @JacVick
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