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The Routledge Companion to Digital Media and Children

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Routledge

Pubblicazione: 10/2020
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

This companion presents the newest research in this important area, showcasing the huge diversity in children’s relationships with digital media around the globe, and exploring the benefits, challenges, history, and emerging developments in the field. Children are finding novel ways to express their passions and priorities through innovative uses of digital communication tools. This collection investigates and critiques the dynamism of children's lives online with contributions fielding both global and hyper-local issues, and bridging the wide spectrum of connected media created for and by children. From education to children's rights to cyberbullying and youth in challenging circumstances, the interdisciplinary approach ensures a careful, nuanced, multi-dimensional exploration of children’s relationships with digital media. Featuring a highly international range of case studies, perspectives, and socio-cultural contexts, The Routledge Companion to Digital Media and Children is the perfect reference tool for students and researchers of media and communication, family and technology studies, psychology, education, anthropology, and sociology, as well as interested teachers, policy makers, and parents.




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INTRODUCTION Lelia Green, Donell Holloway, Kylie Stevenson, Tama Leaver and Leslie Haddon ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PART I Creation of Knowledge 1 Child Studies Meets Digital Media: Rethinking the Paradigms Natalie Coulter 2 Engaging in Ethical Research Partnerships with Children and Families Madeleine Dobson 3 Platforms, Participation and Place: Understanding Young People’s Changing Digital Media Worlds Heather Horst and luke gaspard 4 Methodological Issues in Researching Children and Digital Media Rebekah Willett and Chris Richards 5 Young Learners in the Digital Age Christine Stephen 6 Children Who Code Jamie C. Macbeth, Michael J. Lee, Jung Soo Kim and Tony Boming Zhang 7 Young children’s creativity in digital possibility spaces: What might posthumanism reveal? Kylie J. Stevenson 8 The Domestication of Touchscreen Technologies in Families with Young Children Leslie Haddon 9 Grandparental Mediation of Children’s Digital Media Use Nelly Elias, Dafna Lemish and Galit Nimrod PART II Digital Media Lives 10 Young Children’s Haptic Media Habitus Bjorn Nansen 11 Early Encounters with Narrative: Two-Year-Olds and Moving-Image Media Cary Bazalgette 12 Siblings Accomplishing Tasks Together: Solicited and Unsolicited Assistance when Using Digital Technology Sandy Houen, Susan Danby and Pernilla Miller 13 Children as Architects of Their Digital Worlds Joanne O’Mara, Linda Laidlaw and Suzanna So Har Wong 14 Teens’ Online and Offline Lives: How They Are Experiencing Their Sociability Sara Pereira, Joana Fillol and Pedro Moura 15 Teens’ Fandom Communities: Making Friends and Countering Unwanted Contacts Julián de la Fuente and Pilar Lacasa 16 Identity Exploration in Anonymous Online Spaces Mary Anne Lauri and Lorleen Farrugia 17 Supervised Play: Intimate Surveillance and Children’s Mobile Media Usage William Balmford, Larissa Hjorth and Ingrid Richardson 18 Challenging Adolescents’ Autonomy: An Affordances Perspective on Parental Tools Bieke Zaman, Marije Nouwen and Karla Van Leeuwen PART III Complexities of Commodification 19 Children’s Enrolment in Online Consumer Culture Ylva Ågren 20 The Emergence and Ethics of Child-Created Content as Media Industries Benjamin Burroughs and Gavin Feller 21 Pre-school Stars on YouTube: Child Microcelebrities, Commercially Viable Biographies, and Interactions with Technology Crystal Abidin 22 Balancing Privacy: Sharenting, Intimate Surveillance and the Right to be Forgotten Tama Leaver 23 Parenting Pedagogies in the Marketing of Children’s Apps Donell Holloway, Giovanna Mascheroni and Ashley Donkin 24 Digital Literacy/‘Dynamic Literacies’: Formal and Informal Learning Now and in the Emergent Future John Potter 25 Being and Not Being: ‘Digital Tweens’ in a Hybrid Culture Inês Vitorino Sampaio, Thinayna Máximo and Cristina Ponte 26 "Technically They’re Your Creations, but…": Children Making, Playing, and Negotiating User-Generated Content Games Sara M. Grimes and Vinca Merriman 27 Marketing to Children Through Digital Media: Trends and Issues Wonsun Shin PART IV Children’s Rights 28 Child-Centred Policy: Enfranchising Children as Digital Policy-Makers Brian O’Neill 29 Law, Digital Media and the Discomfort of Children’s Rights Brian Simpson 30 No Fixed Limits? The Uncomfortable Application of Inconsistent Law to the Lives of Children Dealing with Digital Media Brian Simpson 31 Children’s Agency in the Media Socialisation Process Claudia Riesmeyer 32 Digital Citizenship in Domestic Contexts Lelia Green 33 Digital Socialising in Children on the Autism Spectrum Meryl Alper and Madison Irons 34 Disability, Children, and the Invention of Digital Media Katie Ellis, Gerard Goggin and Mike Kent 35 Children’s Moral Agency in the Digital Environment Joke Bauwens and Lien Mostmans 36 Children’s Rights in the Digital Environment: A Challenging Terrain for Evidence-Based Policy Sonia Livingstone, Amanda Third and Gerison Lansdown PART V Changing and Challenging Circumstances 37 Caring Dataveillance: Women’s Use of Apps to Monitor Pregnancy and Children Deborah Lupton 38 Digital Media and Sleep in Children Alicia Allan and Simon Smith 39 Sick Children and Social Media Ana Jorge, Lidia Marôpo and Raiana De Carvalho 40 Children’s Sexuality in the Context of Digital Media: Sexualisation, Sexting and Experiences with Sexual Content in a Research Perspective Liza Tsaliki and Despina Chronaki 41 Digital Inequalities Amongst Digital Natives Ellen J. Helsper 42 Street Children and Social Media: Identity Construction in the Digital Age Marcela Losantos Velasco, Lien Mostmans and Guadalupe Peres-Cajías 43 Perspectives on Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying: Same or Different? Robin M. Kowalski and Annie McCord 44 Digital Storytelling: Opportunities for Identity Investment for Youth from Refugee Backgrounds Lauren Johnson and Maureen Kendrick 45 Children, Death and Digital Media Kathleen M. Cumiskey PART VI Local Complexities in a Global Context 46 Very Young Children’s Digital Literacy: Engagement, Practices, Learning and Home-School-Community Knowledge Exchange in Lisbon, Portugal Vítor Tomé and Maria José Brites 47 The Voices of African Children Chika Anyanwu 48 Limiting the Digital in Brazilian Schools: Structural Difficulties and School Culture Daniela Costa and Juliana Doretto 49 Australia and Consensual Sexting: The Creation of Child Pornography or Exploitation Materials? Amy Shields Dobson 50 Revisiting Children’s Participation in Television: Implications for Digital Media Rights in Bangladesh S M Shameem Reza and Ashfara Haque 51 Chinese Teen Digital Entertainment: Rethinking Censorship and Commercialisation in Short Video and Online Fiction Xiang Ren 52 Sexual Images, Risk and Perception Among Youth – A Nordic Example Elisabeth Staksrud 53 US-Based Toy Unboxing Production in Children’s Culture Jarrod Walczer 54 The Role of Digital Media in the Lives of Some American Muslim Children, 2010–2019 Nahid Kabir




Autore

Lelia Green is Professor of Communications at Edith Cowan University, Perth,Australia. Donell Holloway is a Senior Research Fellow at Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia. Kylie Stevenson is a Research Associate and HDR Communication Adviser in the Centre for Learning and Teaching at Edith Cowan University, Perth,Australia. Tama Leaver is an Associate Professor in Internet Studies at Curtin University, Perth, Australia. Leslie Haddon is a Senior Researcher and Lecturer in the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science, London,UK.










Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9781138544345

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions
Dimensioni: 10 x 7 in Ø 2.81 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:32 tables, 12 halftones and 11 line drawings
Pagine Arabe: 604
Pagine Romane: xxvi


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