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As online media has become an increasingly important part of youths' daily lives, it is critical for the field to explore questions related to youth online media use in order to support youth workers, youth development practice and programming. Using a national sample of youth age 13-22 (N = 585), the current study explored demographic differences in youth online media use, and examined associations between youth demographics, parental monitoring, parent-child relationship quality, anddoi:10.5195/jyd.2014.72 fatcat:nykluuggqfgi3l34vxqsbu33gq