Compreendê-los melhor, também significa que estaremos melhor preparados para os receber daqui por uns anos, quando ingressarem no mercado de trabalho e vierem trabalhar para as nossas organizações ;-)
Lenhart, Amanda and Madden, Mary. Teens (April 18, 2007), Privacy & Online Social Networks. Washington, DC: Pew Internet & American Life Project:
Teens, Privacy & Online Social Networks: Summary of Findings at a Glance
- Many teenagers avidly use social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, and employ a variety of tools and techniques to manage their online identities.
- Teens post a variety of things on their profiles, but a first name and photo are standard.
- Boys and girls have different views and different behaviors when it comes to privacy.
- Older teens share more personal information than younger teens.
- To teens, all personal information is not created equal. They say it is very important to understand the context of an information-sharing encounter.
- Most teen profile creators suspect that a motivated person could eventually identify them. They also think strangers are more likely to contact teens online than offline.
- Parents are using technical and non-technical measures to protect their children online.
- More households have rules about internet use than have rules about other media.