Whether it is dangerous the Internet - dependence to present youth?
the Internet are Today an integral part of life of modern information society. The network is a huge number of constantly renewed necessary information, communication, an opportunity to watch the movie, to listen to radio, to strike up new acquaintances, to play games, in a word, invaluable a well all the most necessary for the modern person for satisfaction of intellectual and social requirements, actually - an obligatory element of our today`s life.
Statistically every day interest of teenagers to online - lives increases. Whether it is worth being careful such Internet - dependences? Whether it is necessary to limit youth from a possibility of interactive communication?
In awkward age children feel need for socialization, confirmation own “ I “ in any way. The network, in this case, gives a fine opportunity to declare oneself. Talking to various forums, the websites, chats they open to people, speak about the thoughts and desires fluently, are liberated, and it is some kind of self-advertisement. The screen removes a communication barrier, simplifies communication. The Internet gives the chance to perceive life as much as possible it is a new experience. The object becomes aware of all events, moves towards to the new directions of information stream.
At first sight virtual communication seems superficial, but actually it helps to reveal persons in real life, even in some degree develops leader abilities at the child. Having got a response of the “ I “ in others, the teenager ego-trips, is not afraid to declare itself to people around any more, joins various subcultures and layers of society. In fact we also realize the social requirements through books and communication with friends. So whether correctly to underestimate possibilities of the Internet?
A problem, all - arises when the child “ lives at the " monitor screen; from time to time convulsively “ diving into the " keyboard;. He already forgets to eat, even endows real friends, not to mention execution of parental requests. Such dependence can quite outgrow in “ diagnosis “. Perhaps in this case it is simple to think of time spent in the Network and to try to limit the teenager from excessive stay in “ online “? It is quite expedient to define time frames, to try not to allow it to abuse virtual communication to the detriment of study and a family. Otherwise, parents just should block access to the computer by means of system of passwords, or, for example, to put the ultimatum for the child: “ You will not manage to make lessons and to clean up in the room - you will not receive pocket money! “. It is necessary to try to let him know that the person on that side of the screen can be at all not such as it seems to the teenager, and can be even dangerous therefore it is worth being careful of casual acquaintances.
As a rule, interest in the Internet comes to naught over time, fades into the background to leave the place for real communication therefore you should not worry seriously for social opportunities of the child. The teenager can not accept your negative responses in relation to a web - to communication therefore a rational position of parents it will be simple to wait until the child matures itself also will place the priorities.