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NOTE: Be sure to scroll down. There are eight different categories below. 
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CATEGORY 1: TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT AND ACCESSIBILITY
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The access to and usability of technology has created open channels with no limits [This section also is the place for data that address accessibility issues and inequalities]
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WhatData TypeWhereWhoNOTES
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Trend of average age children use technology is lowering quicklyQualitative?Observation/
Personal
Matt B
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App and technology trends for individuals with disabilities (speaking at UVU Autism Conf on subject)
Quantitative?Research/SurveysCarrie R-W
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Access to youth and other opinions on technologyQualitativeSurveys/anecdotalCarrie R-W
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Early literacy research & usage to technology
Zorgs: American Library Assoc, Every Child Ready to Read
Carrie R-W
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Speed at which world's information is doublingResearchMatt B
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Difficulty for schools to attract Elem-HS STEM-focused teachersObservationState DataMatt B
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Various studies on tech trends/useEmarketerJared C
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Usage; computer use/min, youth participants in teen activities, wireless usageQuantitativeCarrie R-W
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# of porn sites on internetQuantitative?Google, articles, crawlersLouis H
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Education, New Technology, addiction & recovery (in multiple sections)Anecdotal?Public newspapers, WSJ, SL TribuneHeather C
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Education, New Technology, addiction & recovery (IN MULTIPLE SECTIONS)Anecdotal?Public newspapers, WSJ, SL TribuneHeather C
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CATEGORY 2: ABILITY TO INFLUENCE
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The ability [of children] to influence others through technology leads to greater power -- and also vulnerability
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WhatData TypeWhereWhoNOTES
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Statewide database tracking what areas (interests) people volunteerU Serve UtahLani N
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Business/gov't foot trafficWe Play Unplugged
Company data
Oliver J
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CATEGORY 3: SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS & CONNECTIONS
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Technology can be the connector or barrier to healthy relationships.
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WhatData TypeWhereWhoNOTES
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Website hits; what youth and people are looking for in terms of resources on homework help, databases, etc (also added to Education)
QuantitativeWebsitesCarrie R-W
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Recent surveys on teens and social media research as part of trainings
Quantitative
Qualitative
Research
Surveys
Carrie R-W
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Phenomenon snowballsSocial media & phenomenon clustersLacy B
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Data from [different company] H.Q.s themselves [e.g., Google, others]; work with us on research efforts?
Heather C
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Data found on personal devices/cell phonesHeather C
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Social listening tools (Moved from Technology Env)
FB/Twitter/etc
Blogs/newssites/
message boards
Jared C
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CATEGORY 4: PHYSICAL HEALTH & SAFETY
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Use of technology can promote or impair a child's physical health and safety. [Thought experiment: How might physical health and safety differ from mental/emotional/behavioral health?]
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WhatData TypeWhereWhoNOTES
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Research considered by pediatricians as an authority on children & media
e.g., Children, adolescents & the media 3rd ed. 2014
Healthy effects of media on children & adolescents 2010
Many more by him--he wrote AAP policy statement on media violence
Victor C StrasburgerTorrie S
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Data from person charged to monitor UT legislation affecting children. note... other members also have a long standing presence on Capitol Hill-past pres. could direct you to them
AAP past presidentTorrie S
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Community Coalition ModelStatewide Prevention NetworkPat B
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Effect/reversal of interventions during summer dataJournal, CarrelOliver J
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Blog posts, articles found online & printed about the impact of media on body image (IN VARIOUS SECTIONS Moved from Media Literacy/Education)
Beauty redefinedHilary J
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Play: behavioral economics (IN VARIOUS SECTIONS Moved from Productivity/Time Mgmnt)Kaboom!Oliver J
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CATEGORY 5: EMOTIONAL / MENTAL / BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
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Technology can strengthen or threaten a child's emotional and mental [behavioral] health.
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WhatData TypeWhereWhoNOTES
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Multiple levels of dataState Health DeptPat B
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ER data for youth & adult substance abuseQuantitativeLocal hospitalsPat B
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Youth substance abuse data; risk & protective factors, 30 day lifetime use ratios (Also in Parenting)
QuantitativeSHARP SurveyPat B
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Other data; school, community, region, & state levelsQuantitativeDSAMH, LSAAPat B
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Adult & Youth social indicators (Also in Parenting)Quantitative
State Epidemiological Workgroup (SEOW)
http//www.bach-harrison.com/utsocialindicators/
Pat B
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Juvenile court offenses in district & state courtsQuantitativeAdmin office of the countyPat B
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The effects of porn on a child's mind
The nature & dynamic of internet porn exposure to youth
?FTND, University of NHLouis H
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Research stats?CDC WebsiteLacy B
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Research
Qualitative
Quantitative
APA WebsiteLacy B
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Women telling their stories & talking about protecting their kids from porn [Also in Parenting]Anecdotal
Togetherness Project plog/facebook group
Hilary J
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Leaders in addiction, technology, community involvement, sex trafficking?UCAP April ConferenceHilary J
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Articles/posts about current relevant research & opinions about porn in our society aimed at youth
?FTNW websiteHilary J
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Research on societal impact of pornified culture, their "dirty dozen" worst offenders, articles?Porn harmsHilary J
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Info about war on drugs/addiction & its causes (research source)?Chasing the Screen (book)Michelle L
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Youth addiction recovery programLife Star, Youth StarMichelle L
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Education, New Technology, addiction & recoveryAnecdotal?Public newspapers, WSJ, SL TribuneHeather C
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Pre/post progress reports, Trends/practices?
Fortify Teen/Adult Porn Addiction Program
Kyle R
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Brain science research on addiction vs choice
Pleasure Unwoven utube
Dr Kevin McCauley
Kathy G
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Advocacy Education, viewership access (moved from Influence & Community Involvement(No Porn ClubLacy B
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Access to databases with their research (Moved from Education/Learning)Fight the New Drug researchersKyle R
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Blog posts, articles found online & printed about the impact of media on body image (IN VARIOUS SECTIONS Moved from Media Literacy/Education )
Beauty redefinedHilary J
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Play: behavioral economics (IN VARIOUS SECTIONS Moved from Productivity/Time Mgmnt) )Kaboom!Oliver J
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Sex Addiction Lifeline participants
Phenomenon individuals
LDS PASG, 12 step participants (moved from Influence & Community Involvement)
(Utah North)Lacy B
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