Wired Youth (2nd Edition) – eBook PDF
Wired Youth, 2nd Edition, (PDF) provides a research-based analysis of the online social world of adolescence, integrating additional research findings that have appeared during the last decade.
Mesch and Talmud take a realistic, sociological approach to online adolescents’ communication, showing how online sociability is implanted in the larger social structure and in technological affordances.
Linking perspectives from sociology, psychology, and education with an emphasis on social constructionism, technological determinism, and social networking, the authors present an empirically anchored review of the field.
The ebook includes topics such as youth sociability, online communication, relationship formation, and cyberbullying to examine how young people use the Internet to construct or keep their interpersonal relationships.
This new and updated Second Edition also includes new research findings on online adolescents’ behavior in general, and specifically in relation to social apps, offering a more updated outlook regarding various dimensions of adolescents’ online interactions.
Wired Youth 2e is indispensable reading for advanced and undergraduate students of adolescent psychology, media studies, youth studies, and the psychology and sociology of interpersonal relationships.
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