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Teens and Privacy

(Book - 2011 )
Teens and Privacy

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The Current Controversies series examines today's most important social and political issues. Each volume presents a diverse selection of primary sources representing all sides of the debate in question. Book jacket.
Title: Teens and privacy
Publisher: Detroit :, Greenhaven Press,, c2011
Characteristics: 187 p. ;,24 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Noël Merino, book editor
Contents: Chapter 1: Do teens have a right to privacy? Chapter preface
Yes: Teens Have a Right to Privacy. Teens have a right to privacy from parents / Melanie Barwick
Children need some places where they have privacy from adults / Michael Thompson
Teens should have a right to privacy that is earned / Kelly Weber
No: Teens Do Not Have a Right to Privacy. Teens do not have a right to privacy from parents / Lindsay Ferrier
To be a good parent, it is necessary to invade teen privacy / Chronicle
Chapter 2: Should teens have privacy in receiving medical care? Overview: Minors and privacy in medical care / Guttmacher Institute
Yes: Teens Should Have Privacy in Receiving Medical Care. Confidential health care for teens is good policy / Scott J. Spear and Abigail English
Teens ahould be allowed an abortion without parental consent / Kate Michelman
Contraceptives should be available to teens without parental consent / Center for Reproductive Rights
Mandatory reporting laws violate the privacy rights of minors / Sherry F. Colb
No: Teens Should Not Have Privacy in Receiving Medical Care. Parents have the right to oversee their children's health care / Daniel Patrick Moloney
Parents have a right to know about teen abortion / Mailee R. Smith
Contraceptives should not be available to young teens without parental consent / Patriot Ledger
Chapter 3: Should teens have privacy rights respected at school? Overview: Teen privacy rights and drug testing at school / Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Yes: Teens Should Have Privacy Rights Respected at School. Students have rights preventing schools from conducting unwarranted searches / David Souter
Schools should not interfere with student speech off campus / Justin Silverman
No: Teens Should Not Have Privacy Rights Respected at School. Random student drug testing is an important tool for drug prevention / Student Drug-Testing Institute
Schools need broad authority to conduct searches of students / National School Boards Association and American Association of School Administrators
Schools can rightfully interfere with student speech off campus / John Roberts
Chapter 4: What are some concerns about teen privacy and new technology? Overview: Children, privacy, and online social networks / Federal Trade Commission
Teen privacy is threatened by social networking / Peter Bazalgette
Teen online activity can harm future college admissions and employment / Nicole Verardi
Teen sexting can have serious consequences / Joshua D. Herman
The legal system is overly harsh toward teen sexting / Radley Balko
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Additional Contributors: Merino, Noël
ISBN: 0737751347
Branch Call Number: 323.4480835 T2586 2011
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