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Author Palinski, Kathleen
Title Discovering the meaning of Internet safety
book jacket
Descript 51 p
Note Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 44-03, page: 1137
Director: Russell Kahn
Thesis (M.S.)--State University of New York Institute of Technology, 2005
An in-depth analysis was conducted with the purpose of discovering the meaning of Internet safety. A case study was used to derive themes from multiple sources of data (documents, interviews, observations, artifacts). Data collected during the study includes interviews from elementary teachers, parents, students, and district-level administrators. It also includes a literature review, documents, and the application of Karl Weick's Organizational Theory
Internet safety problems were studied at a small school district of approximately 2,500 students in central New York State where the case study was conducted. The current software the district uses is a highly restrictive server level program. A dynamic definition of Internet safety is proposed as a result of the case study
School code: 1026
Host Item Masters Abstracts International 44-03
Subject Education, Technology
Education, Elementary
Alt Author State University of New York Institute of Technology
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