The effect of internet dating on families
Over the past two decades, children who, for example, watch television, have received messages from popular culture telling them that parents are selfish, immature, incompetent, and generally clueless, for example, from franchise.
This divide has grown due to the increased use of technology among children in several ways.
Because of the emergence of mobile technology, these practices are no longer limited to the home, but rather can occur in cars, at restaurants, in fact, anywhere there’s a mobile phone signal.
It’s not only the children who are responsible for the growing divide between parents and their offspring.
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They are often wrapped up in their own technology, for example, talking on their mobile phones, checking email, or watching TV, when they could be talking to, playing with, or generally connecting with their children.
Because of the lack of technological acumen on the part of many parents, they lack the authority, at least in the eyes of their children, to regulate its use.
Due to parents’ anxiety or apprehension about the use of technology, they may be unwilling to assert themselves in their children’s technological lives.
There is little doubt that technology is affecting family relationships on a day-to-day level.
Children are instant messaging constantly, checking their social media, listening to music, surfing their favorite web sites, and watching television or movies.
Parents, in turn, see it as a loss of connection to their children and an inability to maintain reasonable oversight, for the sake of safety and over-all health, of their children’s lives.