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Regal Who's In Your Social Network?: Understanding the Risks Associated with Modern Media and Social Networking and How it Can Impact Your Character and Relationships

Who's In Your Social Network? is written for teens and pre-teens. It gives you all the info you need to make smart choices about media and technology. You'll find answers to questions submitted by young people just like you, plus guidelines to guard your emotional, mental and spiritual health. Get the facts about what you're putting in your mind so that what comes out is healthy. Paperback.
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An excellent book about the pitfalls of technology

Date:February 27, 2013
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Lori Wright
Location:Seattle, WA
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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This book is a great tool for teens and their parents. It has great information on each of the forms of social media today and is presented in a chat style so it is a form that is appealing to teens. I also like it that she uses statistical data alongside Bible verses to keep the values and Christian perspective in the forefront.
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