Parental Perspectives on Internet Technology Use by Children
Question nine was about the perspectives of the parents on their roles in ensuring limited access to the internet. All of the respondents said that they have a crucial role in limiting Internet access to their children. The reason is that all of them had computers in their house with which the children access the internet. The last question was on how there can be improvements on limiting Internet access by children. We received different responses here. One of the respondents claimed that proper co-curriculum activities in school can improve the situation to a great extent as children would be more interested in activities such as sports. Another respondent said that children should be educated and encouraged to interact with real life people. Another response was that taking children to visit their relatives who have children of the same age can improve the situation as there would be real-life interactions.
Limitations of the Study
The limit of the research will be ten participants because of time constraints in the interviewing process and the subsequent data analysis involved. The main economic issues to consideration during the research are the availability of the participants as well as the time needed for the interviews. The research has to be conducted at an appropriate time for parents in order not to disrupt their routine.
The collection of data would be made through the semi-structured interviews as opposed to structured interviews to give the participants to freedom in providing needed information and offer better responses for the study. There is a possibility to compensate the participants by handouts to effective monitoring of Internet use by their children.
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