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Title: Child Online Safety Intervention Through Empowering Parents and Technical Experts: Indian Context
Authors: Andrews D.
Alathur S.
Chetty N.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology , Vol. 618 , , p. 662 - 673
Abstract: Child online safety is a state of being protected from online problematic content and environment. Purpose of this study is to examine the stakeholders’ empowered status influence on child online safety. Using questionnaires survey responses on relational aspects of stakeholder empowerment and child online safety is collected from parents and technical experts who were working with the Internet safety. The responses are analyzed with the help of SPSS software and the results are examined for influencing factors of child online safety. Restricting resources, blocking at different levels and parental control are the different influencing factors of child online safety. As the parental control influencing factor exists with both the models of parents and technical experts initiated, it plays an important role in attaining child online safety. The influencing factors which are observed from the study can be emphasized to control child online threats and provide online safety. © 2020, IFIP International Federation for Information Processing.
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