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 ====8. Use Screen Time as a Privilege==== ====8. Use Screen Time as a Privilege====
  
-Screen time should be a privilege and not a right. Take away privileges, such as TV time or computer use, as a negative consequence due to bad grades or behavior. Offer them rewards such as taking them to the theatre ​on a Friday night where they get the privilege of a late night movie. However, one should not give the kids more time on electronics and instead give them more trips or a little more materialistic rewards. ​+Screen time should be a privilege and not a right. Take away privileges, such as TV time or computer use, as a negative consequence due to bad grades or behavior. Offer them rewards such as taking them to the theater ​on a Friday night where they get the privilege of a late night movie. However, one should not give the kids more time on electronics and instead give them more trips or a little more materialistic rewards. ​
  
 ====9. Don’t Allow Screen Media in Your Child’s Bedroom==== ====9. Don’t Allow Screen Media in Your Child’s Bedroom====
  
 It’s impossible to monitor a child’s screen media use if they keep their tablets, game systems, or television in their room. Prohibit any type of electronics in their rooms because it can lead to late nights of senseless playing. This will exhaust the children at a young age where they should not be sleep deprived. This includes hand-held devices that many children use late at night, which can interfere with their sleep. ​ [(mycit>​Public,​ about, http://​discipline.about.com/​od/​establishingrules/​a/​10-Tips-For-Setting-Limits-On-Electronics-And-Screen-Time-For-Kids.htm)] It’s impossible to monitor a child’s screen media use if they keep their tablets, game systems, or television in their room. Prohibit any type of electronics in their rooms because it can lead to late nights of senseless playing. This will exhaust the children at a young age where they should not be sleep deprived. This includes hand-held devices that many children use late at night, which can interfere with their sleep. ​ [(mycit>​Public,​ about, http://​discipline.about.com/​od/​establishingrules/​a/​10-Tips-For-Setting-Limits-On-Electronics-And-Screen-Time-For-Kids.htm)]
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 +For final thought, it is important that these should not just be applied to kids and to be applied to adults as well in an appropriate manner. Electronics can get a bit distracting for everyone and pull people away from their roles. Parents might be blown away if they are first introduced to phones. Being intrigued into the phones may pull them away from their kids, so it is important to track your own use or even conjoin the times of when your child uses their stuff so one can learn. Thus, this will create an atmosphere where one is not overly taken by technology.
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 http://​www.pbs.org/​wgbh/​pages/​frontline/​kidsonline/​safe/​parent.html http://​www.pbs.org/​wgbh/​pages/​frontline/​kidsonline/​safe/​parent.html
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 http://​www.psychologicalscience.org/​index.php/​news/​releases/​parents-just-dont-understand-the-role-of-parental-control-in-western-and-east-asian-countries.html http://​www.psychologicalscience.org/​index.php/​news/​releases/​parents-just-dont-understand-the-role-of-parental-control-in-western-and-east-asian-countries.html
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 http://​ajhpcontents.org/​doi/​10.4278/​ajhp.080930-QUAN-228?​url_ver=Z39.88-2003&​rfr_id=ori%3Arid%3Acrossref.org&​rfr_dat=cr_pub%3Dpubmed&​ http://​ajhpcontents.org/​doi/​10.4278/​ajhp.080930-QUAN-228?​url_ver=Z39.88-2003&​rfr_id=ori%3Arid%3Acrossref.org&​rfr_dat=cr_pub%3Dpubmed&​
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 http://​psychology.about.com/​od/​oindex/​fl/​What-Is-Observational-Learning.htm http://​psychology.about.com/​od/​oindex/​fl/​What-Is-Observational-Learning.htm
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 +http://​www.focusonthefamily.ca/​marriage/​infidelity/​qaa-boundaries-and-the-internet
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 +http://​cs.stanford.edu/​people/​eroberts/​cs181/​projects/​2000-01/​personal-lives/​index.html
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 +http://​pediatrics.aappublications.org/​content/​127/​4/​800.full
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 http://​www.newser.com/​story/​167562/​us-kids-seriously-sleep-deprived.html ​ http://​www.newser.com/​story/​167562/​us-kids-seriously-sleep-deprived.html ​
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 +http://​www.pcworld.com/​article/​2451651/​for-family-fun-gather-round-the-tablet.html
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 http://​www.safekids.co.uk/​childreninternetrisks.html http://​www.safekids.co.uk/​childreninternetrisks.html
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