LITERATURE REVIEW ON INTERNET BENEFITS, RISKS AND ISSUES: A CASE STUDY FOR CYBER PARENTING IN MALAYSIA
Journal: Malaysian E Commerce Journal (MECJ)
Author: Razifah binti Othman, Kamal Fahrulrazy Rahim, Rabiatul Adawiyah binti Kamarulzaman, Dia Widyawati Amat Rohana Sham
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Internet has become an amazing potential for learning, entertainment and socializing gizmo. It has encouraged teenagers and children to participate and express themselves for extraordinary source of information and self-improvement. Understanding the responsibility that comes with technology is a key to safety. The study is useful because it enabled contrast between the views of children and the parents with regard to online risks and threats. Therefore, a literature review has been simplified and produced a proposed scope of this field which covers the benefits, risks and issues of on internet which combine, replicate and modify 2 surveys done by several researchers who examined the issues of parental self-efficacy in controlling and monitoring technology. Estimated to be organized in December 2018 this research will also consist of a survey and a total of 12 tape-recorded semi-structured interviews with children and parents to discover how often children encounter disturbing or harmful content on the web and what kind of prevention and solutions made by parents.