Internet-related problems coming to the attention of school social workers
The author provides a preliminary assessment of the extent to which a sample of 264 school social workers are aware of the Internet-related problems children are experiencing and proposes ways in which Internet-related problems could affect youths' social and academic competence and performance in a school setting. The findings have implications for school social workers interested in more intentionally assessing the extent to which Internet-related problems may be contributing to the issues children face.
Children and Schools
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Wells, M. Internet-related problems coming to the attention of school social workers. (2006) Children and Schools, 28 (4), pp. 237-242.
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