Pew: How parents’ views of their kids’ screen time, social media use changed during COVID-19

"Among parents who had a child age 5 to 11 at the outset of the pandemic, the share who said this child used TikTok rose 11 percentage points (21% in 2020 to 32% in 2021). For parents with a child who was younger than 5 at the time of the first interview, there was a 4-point uptick from 1% to 5%." - Pew

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Study: Christian parents' 'scrambled philosophy of life' turns children away from Christianity

The CRC at Arizona Christian University "released the third installment of its American Worldview Inventory on Tuesday, which provides 'a detailed look at how the worldview of parents of preteens misses the mark.'" - C.Post

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Oregon mother sues Meta over daughter’s digital addiction: How is your digital stewardship?

" a mother in Oregon is suing... arguing that their respective applications have caused her fourteen-year-old daughter to become so addicted to her phone that 'she would get very physical, violent, verbal with me' when the mother attempted to take her daughter’s phone away." - Denison Forum

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