Digital Media and Child and Adolescent Mental Health
A Practical Guide to Understanding the Evidence
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Can moderated screen time actually have a positive impact on young people’s mental health?
With over 30 expert contributors spanning a range of disciplines including psychology, education and communications, as well as young people′s own perspectives, this book dispels some of the myths that surround young people’s use of digital media and covers important topics ranging from safeguarding, to digital citizenship and the fear of missing out.
Using reflective activities, practical tips and evidence-based research, this book will help you find out informed ways social and digital media can be used beneficially, providing vital understanding to anyone studying child and adolescent mental health.
|ISBNs||9781529709384, 9781529709384, 1529760852, 9781529760859|
|Number of Pages||400|