Chapter 17: Grieving Adolescents: The Paradox of Using Technology for Support

As digital natives, it is natural for children and adolescents to look to the Internet for support during times of grief. This chapter by Libba James, Kevin Ann Oltjenbruns, and Peggy Whiting serves as a reminder to adults that it is impossible to control all the information that children receive. They show how teens use the Internet for social support and go on to show how to mitigate the possible harms from digital sources that can occasionally be unreliable or even overtly harmful.

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