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Digitale Mediennutzung als Balance-Akt zwischen Wellbeing und Stress und Ohnmacht

Digitale Mediennutzung als Balance-Akt zwischen Wellbeing und Stress und Ohnmacht

The relationship between digital media and mental health is complex and multi-layered. On the one hand, digital media provide access to health-related information and support services and enable exchange with similarly affected people. On the other hand, however, different facets of online use can also lead to or increase mental stress.
 
In this article, Dr. Claudia Lampert takes a closer look at the opportunities and risks of digital media for the mental health of young people.
 
You can read the article here (in German)

Lampert, Claudia (2024): Digitale Mediennutzung als Balance-Akt zwischen Wellbeing und Stress und Ohnmacht [Digital Media Use as a Balancing Act between Wellbeing and Stress and Powerlessness]. In: Kinder- und Jugendschutz in Wissenschaft und Praxis (KJug) [Child and Youth Protection in Science and Practice (KJug)], Issue 1/2024, pp. 15-18.

Digitale Mediennutzung als Balance-Akt zwischen Wellbeing und Stress und Ohnmacht

The relationship between digital media and mental health is complex and multi-layered. On the one hand, digital media provide access to health-related information and support services and enable exchange with similarly affected people. On the other hand, however, different facets of online use can also lead to or increase mental stress.
 
In this article, Dr. Claudia Lampert takes a closer look at the opportunities and risks of digital media for the mental health of young people.
 
You can read the article here (in German)

Lampert, Claudia (2024): Digitale Mediennutzung als Balance-Akt zwischen Wellbeing und Stress und Ohnmacht [Digital Media Use as a Balancing Act between Wellbeing and Stress and Powerlessness]. In: Kinder- und Jugendschutz in Wissenschaft und Praxis (KJug) [Child and Youth Protection in Science and Practice (KJug)], Issue 1/2024, pp. 15-18.

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