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There has also been some reports of increased unhappiness, anxiety, and depression among teens during that same time period (Swan & Kendall, 2016; Weinberger et al., 2017).
The researchers cited in the Campaign memo are suggesting that because these trends occurred at the same time, they must be related.
Concerns of the Campaign The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood letter raises concerns about privacy and the potential perils of tech addiction. Will children become obsessed with technology at an even younger age? But those concerns are not specific to Messenger Kids, and I would argue that an app like this can actually create opportunities for parents to develop empathetic and resilient kids within in the context of appropriately defined and monitored online activities.
I remind him that even though these messages seem to be visible to only the person they were sent to, Facebook too can see what is posted (and so can Dad). The mediator roles of life satisfaction and self-esteem between the affective components of psychological well-being and the cognitive symptoms of problematic Internet use.
Messenger Kids was not available on Kindle the last time I checked, which is the only other device my son uses (mostly to play games and interact with educational apps).
If he had the app on his Kindle, it would be more difficult for me to monitor his conversations (parents aren’t automatically privy to the messaging threads), but it wouldn’t be impossible. Fear and missing out: Youth anxiety and functional outcomes.
In fact, I would argue that it is just as plausible that the availability of online communities helps to alleviate some social and emotional struggles of youth – potentially resulting in depression and suicide than if they weren’t available (Davis, Weinstein, & Gardner, 2017; Lee, Leung, Lo, Xiong, & Wu, 2011; Senol-Durak & Durak, 2011). Internet communication versus face-to-face interaction in quality of life.
Messenger Kids provides similar, fun, age-appropriate accoutrement.
And unlike Snapchat, the messages don’t automatically disappear after a few seconds. Exploring the relationships between different types of Facebook use, perceived online social support, and adolescents’ depressed mood.
The truth is that we simply don’t know what is going on. Much of it is contradictory and of mediocre quality. Monitoring the Future national survey results on drug use, 1975-2015: Overview, key findings on adolescent drug use.
If we really want to know the answers to these important questions, funding needs to be directed to study these issues in a more sophisticated way. Ann Arbor: Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan.