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    Muslim Parents and Cyberculture

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    Author: Saheeh International
    Publisher: Abul Qasim
    Pages: 75
    Binding: Softcover
    ISBN: 978-9960-887-48-7


    About the Book:
    Cyberculture is internet culture – the new environment into which we have all been drawn in recent years.  As home environments expand into the unlimited horizons of cyberspace, concerned parents are feeling increasingly anxious about their children's safety and morality in face of this new challenge.While kids are often more internet-savvy than we are, and although we cannot protect them from every negative influence, there are some real and manageable steps we can take to help children stay safe.  This book presents practical guidelines compatible with Islamic principles to help them avoid serious problems and at the same time allow them the many benefits of internet use.
     

    Cyberculture is internet culture – the new environment into which we have all been drawn in recent years.  As home environments expand into the unlimited horizons of cyberspace, concerned parents are feeling increasingly anxious about their children's safety and morality in face of this new challenge.
    While kids are often more internet-savvy than we are, and although we cannot protect them from every negative influence, there are some real and manageable steps we can take to help children stay safe.  This book presents practical guidelines compatible with Islamic principles to help them avoid serious problems and at the same time allow them the many benefits of internet use

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    1. A concise and practical guide for parents!

      Posted by SJB on 8th Jan 2013

      I think the book picked on relevant issues related to youth and cyber culture and presented solutions to common problems in a concise manner. Simply written, easy to read and most of all precise in explanation so I read all 72 pages in a day.


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