Why children's social networking needs to be studied

11/19/2012 | Wired.com

Social networking is prevalent among teenagers, but not much is known about how pre-teens use social networks, or about what influences their social media habits, a Joan Ganz Cooney Center report says. "We need further research on the role of parental limits, rules, and restrictions on children's social networking as well as how families, siblings, peers, and schools influence children’s online social networking," the report says.

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