DO YOUR PARENTS POST PHOTOS OF YOU?
Is sharing really caring? We want to know what teens and young adults think about their parents’ posting habits. Your answers will be part of Note to Self's work exploring how we navigate life online. 

The survey takes just 3 minutes. And thank you :)
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How old are you? *


 
We're excited you're interested... but this survey is for people 13 and older.

 
Which of these do you use? *


 
Which of these do your parents/guardians use? *


 
Do any of your parents or guardians post photos of you online? *


 
How do you feel about them posting pictures of you? *


 
Do you think other people get a true idea about  you and your life, based on what your parents post?

 
How do you feel about the fact that your parents/guardians don't post photos of you? *


 
Have you discussed setting rules about posting personal pictures online with your parents? *


 
Do your teachers talk about social media and its effects in school? *

     
 
What do you think adults should be asking kids about social media?

 
How did you hear about this survey?


 
Anything else you want to tell us?

 
Finally, tell us a bit about you...

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What is your race/ethnicity?


 
Which best represents your gender?


You rock! Thank you so much for helping with our research.  We plan to use this information to guide our reporting on how parents and kids can communicate better, online and off. Stay tuned.

Until then, visit us at www.notetoselfradio.org for more on being human in a digital world. 

<3 Manoush & the Note to Self team
Sorry we can't collect your answers. But it's awesome that you're so thoughtful about social media. You're gonna be a great teenager. Soon.