Book Review: Rewired: Understanding the iGeneration and the Way They Learn
Reviewed by Meera Rastogi, Ph.D.
The Prevention Researcher,
Volume 17, Number 5, 2010, Pages 20-21
This book review can be found in the issue:
The Prevention Researcher,
Volume 17, Supplement, 2010
While social media has become an increasingly familiar component of our daily lives, there are also concerns about the risks it poses to youth. In this issue, we strive to demonstrate some of the benefits social media can provide, while empowering adults to ensure that social media experiences are positive for youth.
This issue also featured these articles:
- • Digital Natives and Social Media Behaviors: An Overview, Pages 3-6
- • Remaining Safe and Avoiding Dangers Online: A Social Media Q&A with Kimberly Mitchell, Pages 7-9
- • Teens, Social Media, and Relationships: An Interview with Kaveri Subrahmanyam, Pages 11-12
- • Using Social Media to Engage Youth: Education, Social Justice, & Humanitarianism, Pages 13-16
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