Child Safety Is More Than A Slogan: "Stranger-Danger" Warnings Not Effective at Keeping Kids Safer (Copyright © National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)
Publication Year: 2010
This publication explains why teaching children "stranger-danger" is not effective. It describes what a child perceives as a stranger and that is why "stranger-danger" is not effective. Instead of teaching kids not to talk to strangers, this article gives parents advice about how to teach their kids which strangers are okay to talk to.
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