by Debra W. Haffner and Alyssa Haffner Tartaglione
August 2, 2006 Bringing up teenagers has never been easy. But it could be argued that today's parents have it harder than ever before, at least when it comes to regulating teenagers' access to a media landscape filled with what one critic has called an avalanche of crud.
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