What Parents Need to Know About Tech Related Communication



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What Parents Need to Know About Tech Related Communication

Published 10th September 2020

A free online safety guide on tech related communication.

Language is constantly evolving. The words, phrases and even emojis used on social media have transformed how young people communicate. Many children now use memes and gifs to express how they feel and sometimes it can feel like young people are speaking a completely different language to adults. Not only are acronyms present, but words have literally changed meaning, and the use of emojis, memes and gifs have almost made technology related communication a viable alternative language.

In the guide, you'll find tips on a number of potential risks such as a false sense of security, hidden messages and impacts on your child’s mood.

This is part of our Online Relationships Category.

Jodie Cook

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Jodie Cook

Social media expert and founder of JC Social Media, an award-winning team of social media managers and trainers.
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