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Buying into an illusory safety? A cross-sectional study examining parental fears for traffic and stranger danger in relation to their beliefs about and their willingness to use location tracking technologies for children in the Netherlands and Vietnam

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Location Tracking Technologies, Parental Fear, Child Safety, Child Autonomy, Data Protection Issues

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MLA
van Luong, Lam, et al. “Buying into an Illusory Safety? A Cross-Sectional Study Examining Parental Fears for Traffic and Stranger Danger in Relation to Their Beliefs about and Their Willingness to Use Location Tracking Technologies for Children in the Netherlands and Vietnam.” 69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Boundaries, Abstracts, International Communication Association (ICA), 2019.
APA
van Luong, L., Vanden Abeele, M., & De Leyn, T. (2019). Buying into an illusory safety? A cross-sectional study examining parental fears for traffic and stranger danger in relation to their beliefs about and their willingness to use location tracking technologies for children in the Netherlands and Vietnam. In 69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Boundaries, Abstracts. Washington, DC, United States: International Communication Association (ICA).
Chicago author-date
Luong, Lam van, Mariek Vanden Abeele, and Tom De Leyn. 2019. “Buying into an Illusory Safety? A Cross-Sectional Study Examining Parental Fears for Traffic and Stranger Danger in Relation to Their Beliefs about and Their Willingness to Use Location Tracking Technologies for Children in the Netherlands and Vietnam.” In 69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Boundaries, Abstracts. International Communication Association (ICA).
Chicago author-date (all authors)
van Luong, Lam, Mariek Vanden Abeele, and Tom De Leyn. 2019. “Buying into an Illusory Safety? A Cross-Sectional Study Examining Parental Fears for Traffic and Stranger Danger in Relation to Their Beliefs about and Their Willingness to Use Location Tracking Technologies for Children in the Netherlands and Vietnam.” In 69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Boundaries, Abstracts. International Communication Association (ICA).
Vancouver
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van Luong L, Vanden Abeele M, De Leyn T. Buying into an illusory safety? A cross-sectional study examining parental fears for traffic and stranger danger in relation to their beliefs about and their willingness to use location tracking technologies for children in the Netherlands and Vietnam. In: 69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Boundaries, Abstracts. International Communication Association (ICA); 2019.
IEEE
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L. van Luong, M. Vanden Abeele, and T. De Leyn, “Buying into an illusory safety? A cross-sectional study examining parental fears for traffic and stranger danger in relation to their beliefs about and their willingness to use location tracking technologies for children in the Netherlands and Vietnam,” in 69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Boundaries, Abstracts, Washington, DC, United States, 2019.
@inproceedings{8600886,
  author       = {van Luong, Lam and Vanden Abeele, Mariek and De Leyn, Tom},
  booktitle    = {69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Boundaries, Abstracts},
  keywords     = {Location Tracking Technologies,Parental Fear,Child Safety,Child Autonomy,Data Protection Issues},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Washington, DC, United States},
  publisher    = {International Communication Association (ICA)},
  title        = {Buying into an illusory safety? A cross-sectional study examining parental fears for traffic and stranger danger in relation to their beliefs about and their willingness to use location tracking technologies for children in the Netherlands and Vietnam},
  year         = {2019},
}