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The Parents Are Not All Right

Nancy French writes at the Home Front about the problem not necessarily being the kids, but the parents:

Joel Bakan, a law professor at the University of British Columbia, has two teenagers who sometimes ignore him. I know this because his recent New York Times op-ed called “The Kids Are Not All Right” begins this way:
When I sit with my two teenagers, and they are a million miles away, absorbed by the titillating roil of online social life, the addictive pull of video games and virtual worlds, as they stare endlessly at video clips and digital pictures of themselves and their friends, it feels like something is wrong.
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1 comments:

Macmooski said...

Typical mindset of secular humanists... government is their god, so they naturally turn to government to fix any problems that might exist. Shameful.


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