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Focus on the Family Magazine - Pokemon go Boundaries for Teens

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 7, 2016
Focus on the Family Magazine - Pokemon Go Boundaries for Teens
 
This article should be written by a parent or expert who actually has experienced a teen who is playing Pokemon Go. This will focus on the parenting aspect, so it should not be written to a teen. Ideally, please focus on parenting these teen boundaries, such as not driving while pokemoning, not going into the back yards of strangers, being alert to your surroundings, not hunting Pokemon inappropriately, such as in the Holocaust museum or a church, etc. The article should also explore the benefits of Pokemon Go (just in a small part on family bonding and teen exercise) and the problems with how people can use it to lure teens somewhere and the potential of advertising in it. The tone should be come-alongside toward parents, not teaching or preaching. Focus on helping parents navigate these boundaries to communicate in a healthy way. Should include real-life stories and practical help.
 
Word Count: 800 words, Rights: First nonexclusive rights, Payment: $250, on acceptance, Due date: August 18, 2016, Audience: Parents of teens, Byline: Yes, Acceptance or Rejection: The Focus on the Family editors appreciate your submission. If your article was not accepted by 8/27/16, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time, Submit to: Teen.Phases@fotf.org with "Attn: Ginger—teens and Pokemon Go" in the subject line




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Focus on the Family Magazine - Pokemon go Boundaries for Teens

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 7, 2016
Focus on the Family Magazine - Pokemon Go Boundaries for Teens
 
This article should be written by a parent or expert who actually has experienced a teen who is playing Pokemon Go. This will focus on the parenting aspect, so it should not be written to a teen. Ideally, please focus on parenting these teen boundaries, such as not driving while pokemoning, not going into the back yards of strangers, being alert to your surroundings, not hunting Pokemon inappropriately, such as in the Holocaust museum or a church, etc. The article should also explore the benefits of Pokemon Go (just in a small part on family bonding and teen exercise) and the problems with how people can use it to lure teens somewhere and the potential of advertising in it. The tone should be come-alongside toward parents, not teaching or preaching. Focus on helping parents navigate these boundaries to communicate in a healthy way. Should include real-life stories and practical help.
 
Word Count: 800 words, Rights: First nonexclusive rights, Payment: $250, on acceptance, Due date: August 18, 2016, Audience: Parents of teens, Byline: Yes, Acceptance or Rejection: The Focus on the Family editors appreciate your submission. If your article was not accepted by 8/27/16, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time, Submit to: Teen.Phases@fotf.org with "Attn: Ginger—teens and Pokemon Go" in the subject line




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 
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