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Three Forms Of Communication.

Posted by Appmia, in Spy app 05 June 2018 · 604 views

Web Wise Kids -Teaching children how to make their online experience safe, using an educational CD-Rom game.
Teenage Emailing, “Appmia” and Text Messaging

The access that teens have today to information and to other people through the internet is overwhelming and also very scary at times. It is even scarier to think about how many people have access to your teen through the internet and what information they are able to obtain if neither you nor your teen are informed about the risks and danger involved in sharing information with strangers online.
In order to come up with an action plan for how you can best monitor your teen’s emailing we recommend you spy app, instant messaging and text messaging and help keep them safe, it is important to understand how teens use these three forms of communication.
Email: this is the oldest and most basic form of communication used by many individuals and allows teens to keep in touch with others through typing messages and sending them to friends. Email accounts are generally free and are very easy to obtain. Teens may check their emails many times throughout the day and may write many, many emails throughout the day. Teens do not need parental consent or approval to obtain email accounts.
Instant Messaging: this is probably used much more frequently by teens than traditional email. Instant messaging (Appmia) generally involves much shorter messages than emails. Messages are generally not full sentences and use many abbreviations and shortened words to make for quicker messaging. These messages are generally sent back and forth very quickly (either via the computer or cell phone) and can appear to be in a code which is difficult for parents to read and understand. Aiming may be done with people teens know as well as some they don’t know but who they have met online or electronically.
Text Messaging: this is now a normal part of teenage (and adult) culture. Text messaging can be used from most cellular phones (as long as it is part of the service plan) and can be done quickly and often. Since teenagers usually have their cell phones with them, text messaging is always accessible to them and they are always accessible to those who are text messaging them. Text messaging, like instant messaging, does not usually involve using full sentences and often involves the use of shortened words or abbreviations which can be difficult for adults to figure out or understand.

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