Social Media Dangers Documentary — Childhood 2.0 technology documentary 2021

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หาข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมได้ที่: เป็นครั้งแรกในประวัติศาสตร์ที่ความเจ็บป่วยทางจิตและการฆ่าตัวตายได้กลายเป็นหนึ่งในภัยคุกคามที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดสำหรับเด็กวัยเรียน ผู้ปกครองหลายคนยังคงมองว่าอันตรายเป็นภัยต่อร่างกายและภายนอกเป็นหลัก แต่พวกเขาพลาดอันตรายที่แท้จริง นั่นคือ เด็กๆ ใช้เวลาออนไลน์มากขึ้น และใช้เวลากับชีวิตจริงน้อยลง เล่นฟรี และเป็นอิสระ อะไรคือผลกระทบต่อสุขภาพจิต ร่างกาย และจิตวิญญาณของคนรุ่นต่อไป? วัยเด็กไม่เปลี่ยนแปลงมากหรือน้อยมานับพันปี แต่นี่คือ CHILDHOOD 2.0 สำหรับแหล่งข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมและดาวน์โหลดคู่มือการสนทนาของชุมชนและแบ่งปันกับชุมชนของคุณ โปรดไปที่: หมายเหตุ: Bark ภูมิใจที่ได้สนับสนุนการเปิดตัวภาพยนตร์เรื่องนี้ฟรี เพราะเราเชื่อว่าทุกครอบครัวควรมีสิทธิ์เข้าถึงทรัพยากรที่สำคัญและทรงพลังดังกล่าว เวลาฉาย: 88 Minutes A Film โดย: Jamin Winans, Robert Muratore และ Kiowa Winans ดนตรีโดย: Jamin Winans

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  1. The solution is for parents to spend more time with their kids and not be overly protective. Literally when a child starts to be annoying a lot of parents just throw them an iphone or ipad. But when they want to go outside a lot parents are over protective and rather they stay home.

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  2. I would personally blame social isolation among our youth more so on bad infrastructure than on social media. If they weren't trapped in Car dependent suburbs and actually had places to hang out or associate with other children that didn't involve 1: spending money or 2: driving a car, then they would. Social media as a substitute for real interaction exists primarily because of hyper-capitalist car-centric community design. ENTIRE American suburbs with no public parks or corner stores, everything is car based. How are children supposed to do anything before they're 16 without their parents driving them everywhere?

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  3. This video is critically important in making us figure out how we as a species are going to cope with the future, a future that is getting ominously darker day by day . . .

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  4. These children and young adults even parents, need to learn about God and Jesus Christ. Get back to the Bible and learn how to live without all this nonsense. Actually talk to friends and family face to face. Texting has got to be the worst way to have a conversation when they've got a phone right in their hands. Call who ever you're going to text, it's just as easy.
    Restart with the Bible and God and Jesus Christ, you'll see it's a better way of life .

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  5. Such a great film to educate parents and help them to open up their eyes to online dangers! All the reason why as an Internet Crimes Against Children Investigator I have educated on the importance of no devices in the Bedroom or Bathroom! Be the Parent and Be aware of what they are doing and who they are talking to. Bark is an amazing tool to intercept inappropriate content. Having conversations with your child around these dangers and letting them know that they can talk to you is still important!! Like Brian says catching one or two of these predators is just a fish in an ocean, educating and equipping our kids to make safer choices online is key!!

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  6. I can say that social media has a much smaller impact on kids playing outside than the removal of parks in cities to instead build giant appartment complexes for families with kids to live in. I was born in 94 and I didn't have a park near my appartment complex. Everything was already covered in concrete, and in front of the building, you simply can't let a kid play. And you can't let your kids play in the city wihtout a supervisor, in general. It's the reason I spent most time indoors, because my parents simply didn't have time to walk me to a place far awal and sit there until I was finished running around. There still aren't enough parks and playing grounds in my city area. You can blame the internet, but where was the internet in the 90s when I grew up? We had the same issues as kids and teens. When I was a teen, I met up with my friends indoors most of the time, too. And we didn't have smartphones back then!

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  7. As a 32 year old millennial, I’m so grateful to have known what life was like pre-internet times. We still played outside during our childhood and during our tween/teen years saw the rise of the internet, how it shaped the world and still knew how to navigate it all. Our generation was really during that transitional period so it was a nice medium. I remember actually talking on the phone for hours with friends and sending handwritten letters to them in the mail. Social media didn’t even really take off until my sophomore year of high school (2005) starting with MySpace and Facebook gaining popularity during senior year (2007). I can’t even imagine what teens have to go through now. The need to post every & anything and sharing the most intimate parts of your life (and body) is so toxic. It’s unfortunate that that’s a world you guys have to live in. Great documentary to say the least! The ending almost had me teary-eyed thinking about my future children.

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  8. While I understand the complications of social media and the abuse on children, one must not forget way before media Young girls were still abused by family members and close friends. It's just that now they are more visible due to social media and the people that are supposed to protect these kind are more focused on making money. This may not change unless we all speak about the abuse on kids in all cultures. Piriod

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  9. i’m 17 and i deleted every single one of my social media in the last weeks, plus the accounts. now it’s youtube’s turn. to delete my youtube’s account i’d have to delete google too, so right now i’m just removing the app. bye bye, idk if i’ll ever come back

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  10. I gave my daughter a phone in 8th grade so I knee when to pick her up after play rehearsals. Most of her friends already had it. I regret giving it to her so early.

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  11. I discovered a lot of the wrong reading material in the late 70s. It traumatized me and I still remember the pictures and stories. I was under 10 with the reading ability of an adult.

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  12. Gonna watch this by myself and then I’ll watch it with my daughter and have a talk with her afterwards and come up with a plan so we both can unplug more

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  13. Whole lot of things to be consider in the very world about you and family already. Introducing any gadgets with out limitation is like you are slowly poisoning yours and children life. Firstly think why our childrens need electronice devices how much time parents are spending with children. How much time children spend on these gadgets?. How much time parents spent time on their devices. If you see time usage on electronic devices are higher with no good reasons, thats where you need to realise alarms are about to go off.

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  14. Please translate this in more different languages! So many parents are buying technology tools for their kids and they are clueless what they are exposing their kids to!

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  15. Wow! This is so scary and Gross. What kind of boys is society raising? What sort of future are our kids facing when physically and emotionally they are showing up with their pants down ready for service. Jesus ! Very alarming as a society the conditioning of our kids and the adults they will be become. Will they know love or how to care and be present in a loving connection with others ? Will they show up for themselves or the people they connect with? Will that be even a value ?
    Wow!

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  16. To all the lids watching this now, there is so ,inch more to life than these apps. There is a whole world out there waiting for you to discover it. Go, go do something new, go see something new, go make new friends, just GO! Good luck out there! Have fun! Make MEMORIES, not photo ops! I can’t wait to hear your stories!

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