Outside the Screen Podcast
Outside the Screen Podcast
Ep 21: When teens hide their internet use, Moonbound, and Australian content for children
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Ep 21: When teens hide their internet use, Moonbound, and Australian content for children

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This week’s Paper Round is about keeping the conversation going with adolescents about their online experience - some Chinese research reminds us of some parenting basics and it’s never too late, or too early, to start. The movie review is of a cartoon fantasy adventure that recommended for children aged 6 and up, and we explore the word of children’s TV quotas (including some of the hosts’ reminiscences about their own childhood viewing).

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Chinese paper: Jingjing Liu, Li Wu, Xiaojun Sun, Xuqing Bai & Changying Duan, 'Active Parental Mediation and Adolescent Problematic Internet Use: The Mediating Role of Parent-Child Relationships and Hiding Online Behavior' (2023) 13(8) Behavioral Sciences 679  DOI: 10.3390/bs13080679

Moonbound review: https://childrenandmedia.org.au/movie-reviews/movies/moonbound

Moonbound availability in Australia: https://www.flicks.com.au/movie/moonbound/

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