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2001

Internet Law

University of Pennsylvania

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Privacy Policies On Children’S Websites: Do They Play By The Rules?, Joseph Turow Mar 2001

Privacy Policies On Children’S Websites: Do They Play By The Rules?, Joseph Turow

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Family Boundaries, Commercialism, And The Internet: A Framework For Research, Joseph Turow Jan 2001

Family Boundaries, Commercialism, And The Internet: A Framework For Research, Joseph Turow

Departmental Papers (ASC)

This paper presents an information-boundaries perspective on the family and the Internet with the aim of helping to set the context for child development in the new media environment. Drawing from family studies, sociology, and communication, it lays out a model for viewing the family in relation to the Web. The paper draws research ideas out of the framework that center on four areas: family communication patterns; filters and monitors; information disclosure practices; and the Internet in the larger media context.