Teens, Screens, and Social Connection: An Evidence-Based Guide to Key Problems and Solutions (Original PDF from Publisher)
By Alma Spaniardi, Janki Modi Avari
This book explores the increasingly important intersection of the digital world and mental health in the lives of pediatric and young adult populations. Young people are spending a considerable amount of time on digital screen activities such as social media, texting, and online gaming. The vast majority of teens and pre-teens have access to computers and smartphones shifting social interaction away from face-to-face contact toward online communication.
A practical resource, Teens, Screens, and Social Connection provides the reader with a targeted yet comprehensive understanding of a wide variety of internet and media-related topics facing youth today. Chapters include discussions on the developmental view from early childhood to young adulthood as well as the unique racial and cultural issues pertaining to technology and media. The book provides both the challenges of the internet and media to be identified as well as solutions and clinical pearls that can be immediately applied to clinical practice and real-world scenarios.
This book is a practical reference that functions as a concise yet comprehensive summary of the most important aspects of this very timely and important topic. It is an invaluable, practical resource for mental health clinicians, as well as students and those professionals who work with youth in other domains.
- Publisher : Springer; 1st ed. 2023 edition (March 16, 2023)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 195 pages
- ISBN-10 : 3031248031
- ISBN-13 : 978-3031248030
File Size : 4.6 MB