I was thrilled to be quoted in a recent NPR article, written by Tara Haelle.
“[Stacey] Steinberg and Bahareh Keith, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Florida College of Medicine, say most children will likely never experience problems related to what their parents share, but a tension still exists between parents’ rights to share their experiences and their children’s rights to privacy.
‘We’re in no way trying to silence parents’ voices,’ Steinberg says. ‘At the same time, we recognize that children might have an interest in entering adulthood free to create their own digital footprint.'”
I was also quoted in a recent Reader’s Digest article, written by Stephanie Smith.
“‘Think of your kids as autonomous people who are entitled to protection not only from physical harm but intangible harm as well,’ says Stacey Steinberg, a legal skills professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law in Gainesville, Florida, and associate director for the Center on Children and Families.”
Our research has also been cited this month in numerous international publications, including The Irish Times, Europia Press, Marie Claire Italy, Univision, O Globo, News World India, Knowing Asia , and more.
It has been an incredible honor to see my work reach such a broad audience. I am so grateful to the talented writers and editors who have featured my work.