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An isolated incident that has an immediately harmful impact appear to be easier to recognise. There is a risk that discrete pieces or genres of content receive disproportionate focus. However, the research identified that the cumulative route to harm appeared to cause the most severe harm.
Enabling recovery following negative online experiences is mediated by broader socio-cultural processes.
Parental e-safety support was found to moderate the relationship between psychological distress and online risk and between vulnerability and online risk
Online engagement with arts and culture has the potential to impact on mental health in a measurable way in young people with high unmet mental health needs.
Digital communication has significant potential to foster relationships between children adopted or in care and their birth families, but it is critical to stay mindful of the contact-in-reality aspect of their lived experience, and the emotionally real nature and potential impact of their digital interactions.
Interface brings in some of the leading speakers within the field of online safety and education to talk about their area of work
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