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How your children should use the mobile phone?
The mobile phone is the first piece of technology they have in their possession. They also have their own “telephone number”! Α mobile phone device in the hands of children corresponds to their need to create their own special identity, especially during adolescence.
Nowadays, children use new and different forms of communicating with one another, via their mobile phone. Communication never ends, but unfolds through sequences of messages, with their own codes and language. This different language corresponds to their need to differentiate themselves from grown ups and to gain their special identity.
Children manage their daily schedule with their mobile phone, without intervention; they arrange meetings with friends, talk with anyone they want to, for as long as they want to, without parental control or supervision.
There is a paradox here: while parents feel they control their children through the mobile phone, adolescents believe that the mobile phone helps them be free and become independent of parental control.
Excessive use of mobile phone can have negative impact when:
Parents are not in a position to supervise and know how their child communicates, and are unable to provide advice;
Parents do not discuss the contacts and activities they engage in through the mobile phone with their children and lose the opportunity to share their emotions and interests with them
Children communicate excessively with their mobile phone, which limits personal contact with their friends.
Parents should set aside more time for essential contact and communication with their children. They should encourage them to also have live, face to face moments with their friends, not only over the mobile phone and the internet!
The mobile phone is a personal device. The child should understand the responsibility of owning this device and never give it to strangers.
The PIN code for the SIM card is strictly personal and the child should never disclose it to anyone.
The child should not use Bluetooth except in limited cases to communicate with friends, and should always have it deactivated when not in use. In addition, the child should never accept any messages from unknown users via Bluetooth.
The child should not answer calls from unknown or concealed numbers, and should not exchange text messages or any other content with strangers.
The mobile phone camera should be used with extreme caution! No person should take pictures or video of any other person without their approval and consent.
The child should be informed about premium charge numbers. Alternatively, parents should contact the Customer Service Department and activate the service to block calls to premium charge numbers and access to adult only applications.
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