It is able to find information on any topic imagined at your greatest convenience.
As the Internet keeps growing, problems continue growing as well.
They also spent less time communicating in the household with family members than they did before gaining Internet access.
These results give credibility to the fears that Internet use damages family relationships; however, a follow-up study 2 to 3 years later found that these initial declines in family communication did not persist (Kraut et al., 1998).
The Internet can be used to help families when it is used to create new ways of providing peer support, family life education, and family therapy.
For example, there is numerous news groups online devoted to family issues such as divorce, death, or children with special needs.
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One of the earliest studies on the role of the Internet in family life monitored a group of parents and their teenagers over their first 1 to 2 years of Internet use.
Parents and adolescents used the Internet more often to interact (e.g., sending and receiving e-mail) with non'household members than to seek information or entertainment.