Learning to Love MySpace: Web 2.0 as a Healthy Youth Development Strategy
On Demand Program
Broadcast Date: April 30, 2009
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MySpace is one of the most popular social networking sites in the United States. Though many say teens are overly engrossed in it, turns out social networking could be an opportunity to promote health youth development. Join us for the discussion.
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All members of the youth-serving community, health risk specialists (teen pregnancy prevention, alcohol, tobacco, violence, etc.), youth development and after school programming practitioners, advocates, educators, volunteers, researchers, medical practitioners, parents, policy makers, civic leaders, public health/education/social services professionals.
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