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The Childhood Atopic Dermatitis Impact Scale (CADIS) was developed to measure the impact of AD on QoL in both affected children and their families. However, no scale of this kind exists in Japan. The aims of this study were to validate the Japanese Culturally Modified Version of the [...]

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Legal changes about family Law in Spain are important in recent past. One reason for this is the social change with a predicable storytelling in the Press. Relationships, engagements, marriages and families are an important content in gossip press, so this paper wants to measure [...]

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The progress of Humanity shows an increase in the communication capacities of the human being. This situation is bound to the great advance that the new media, such as Internet, are experiencing and it claims for a new understanding between the family and

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The development of humankind has opened the way to different types of communication being reflected in how we occupy our free time. Today the machines occupy an outstanding place in our life. This situation demands the families´attention as the first social reference to today´s [...]

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Television is a family issue. Concerning the relationship between family and media we should consider at least three aspects: the family on the TV, TV in the family and finally, the family making TV. The viewers are not only seduced customers, but citizens who are conscious of their [...]

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The accessibility and easeofuse for children of information and communication technologies lead us to suggest that one of the key questions for their potential empowerment is linked to their analytical use by means of the acquisition of critical skills. The family environment is [...]

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Mass media consumption has increased markedly in recent years. One unintended consequence of this increase is the proliferation of risky consumption, including online and offline pornography. Although the literature has noted a series of predictive variables (age, gender, ethnicity, [...]

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Cyberbullying is a phenomenon of growing social concern that affects an increasing number of children and adolescents from all the developed countries. Although there is a large body of literature on the relationships between school bullying and the family and school contexts, few [...]

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The «Network Society» is identified by accelerated changes that occur between real and virtual worlds. The progress of digital devices has generated a new model of leisure that it has conditioned family interactions. The aim of this research was to identify the relationship between [...]

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This paper presents some reflections on the methodological issues raised by contemporary research on the appropriation and daily uses of communication and information technologies. The authors argue the need for links between theoretical frameworks, hypot