245 00|a Growing up online.

260 __|a Arlington, VA : |b PBS, |c 2008.

500 __|a Copyright permission expires 01/22/09.

500 __|a Title from web site description.

508 __|a Producer, director, Rachel Dretzin, John Maggio ; writer, Rachel Dretzin.

520 __|a MySpace. YouTube. Facebook. Friendster. Nearly every teen in America is on the Internet every day, socializing with friends and strangers alike, "trying on" identities and building a virtual profile of themselves - one that many kids insist is a more honest depiction of who they really are than the person they portray at home or in school.
In "Growing Up Online," FRONTLINE peers inside the world of this cyber-savvy generation through the eyes of teens and their parents, who often find themselves on opposite sides of a new digital divide. A generation with a radically different notion of privacy and personal space, today's adolescents are grappling with issues their parents never had to deal with: from cyber bullying to instant "Internet fame" to the specter of online sexual predators.
FRONTLINE producer Rachel Dretzin investigates the risks, realities and misconceptions of teenage self-expression on the World Wide Web. 60 minutes.

521 __|a Middle school to adult.

546 __|a Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

650 _0|a Internet and children |z United States.

650 _0|a Internet and teenagers |z United States.

650 _0|a Technology |x Social aspects.

650 _0|a Conflict of generations.

700 1_|a Goodman, Rachel Dretzin

700 1_|a Maggio, John

710 2_|a WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)

710 2_|a PBS

730 0_|a Frontline (Television program)

856 42|a http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/kidsonline/