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Many of the girls we have interviewed have told us how their interests in the Internet grew from the Web sites which promote pop music and fashion — at the time of the study this particularly involved sites that promoted boy bands, many of which contain links that lead them into chatrooms and related sites.These chatroom sites provide opportunities to try on alternative ways of looking and being in interaction with others, who share similar interests and who appear to take you at ‘face value’; a face you can manipulate for effect without fear of detection.We use it to check train times, the price of plane tickets, the weather forecast, the availability of books, as a place to leave messages for our children, to make contact with people, to announce family news, to exchange photos and music, to apply for jobs, to chat with friends and with strangers, to research, to learn and to teach.The Internet has become, for many of us, not only our primary source of information, but has extended and changed the scale of our social networks and the pace and intensity with which we interact with people: it has changed our identities (Mitchell, 2003).Here, using a small set of these interviews, which were made with students in a tutorial centre in Athens , we will describe how some young people use the Internet to make relationships with others, and particularly how young women and men use the net to meet and talk to one another.As a place to meet and talk with strangers, one of the appeals of cyberspace lies in its visual silence.In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail.com, both Micoley and Chelsea said that the teenager was doing 'fine' in late August, with Micoley adding that Chelsea 'didn't want any more attention after everything with Rosie saying that she had a mental illness.'She said; 'My point of view is that I didn't give up my daughter for adoption.I was married to a guy, Lance, who was into the drug situation and he shot me up with heroin and had me sign away my rights.'So I guess my name's on a piece of paper but I was not in my right mind to sign those papers.
There is a shiny side, celebrated in numerous government policies and programs, which holds out the promise of a new economy based on access to unlimited information, new and exciting curricula and schooling that will engage children and young people in purposeful and useful activity.
This paper reports a small number of interviews with young people in Athens about their use of Internet chatrooms as a means of meeting people.
In the last few years there has been a growing public concern about the dangers of socialising with strangers in chatrooms, but what do the users themselves think about the risks involved, and what strategies have they adopted to manage these risks?
- No swearing, No flooding, No harassing, No spamming, No invites, No racial & insults discussions, No cyber is allowed.
- Ask for help/complain to the helproom or the room moderators.
Chatrooms, in particular, combine the closeness and directness of the personal letter with the interactivity of the phone conversation, so sidestepping the contemporary obsession with personal appearance and liberating us from the constraints that this imposes.