The Routledge companion to digital media and children /

"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 ex...

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Other Authors: Green, Lelia, 1956- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
Series:Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions Series.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • List of Tables
  • List of Figures
  • List of Contributors
  • Introduction: Children and Digital Media
  • Acknowledgements
  • PART I: Creation of Knowledge
  • 1. Child Studies Meets Digital Media: Rethinking the Paradigms
  • 2. Engaging in Ethical Research Partnerships with Children and Families
  • 3. Platforms, Participation, and Place: Understanding Young People's Changing Digital Media Worlds
  • 4. Methodological Issues in Researching Children and Digital Media
  • 5. Young Learners in the Digital Age
  • 6. Children Who Code
  • 7. Young Children's Creativity in Digital Possibility Spaces: What Might Posthumanism Reveal?
  • 8. The Domestication of Touchscreen Technologies in Families with Young Children
  • 9. Grandparental Mediation of Children's Digital Media Use
  • PART II: Digital Media Lives
  • 10. Young Children's Haptic Media Habitus
  • 11. Early Encounters with Narrative: Two-Year-Olds and Moving-Image Media
  • 12. Siblings Accomplishing Tasks Together: Solicited and Unsolicited Assistance When Using Digital Technology
  • 13. Children as Architects of Their Digital Worlds
  • 14. Teens' Online and Offline Lives: How They Are Experiencing Their Sociability
  • 15. Teens' Fandom Communities: Making Friends and Countering Unwanted Contacts
  • 16. Identity Exploration in Anonymous Online Spaces
  • 17. Supervised Play: Intimate Surveillance and Children's Mobile Media Usage
  • 18. Challenging Adolescents' Autonomy: An Affordances Perspective on Parental Tools
  • PART III: Complexities of Commodification
  • 19. Children's Enrolment in Online Consumer Culture
  • 20. The Emergence and Ethics of Child-Created Content as Media Industries
  • 21. Pre-School Stars on YouTube: Child Microcelebrities, Commercially Viable Biographies, and Interactions with Technology
  • 22. Balancing Privacy: Sharenting, Intimate Surveillance, and the Right to Be Forgotten
  • 23. Parenting Pedagogies in the Marketing of Children's Apps
  • 24. Digital Literacy/'Dynamic Literacies': Formal and Informal Learning Now and in the Emergent Future
  • 25. Being and Not Being: 'Digital Tweens' in a Hybrid Culture
  • 26. Technically They're Your Creations, but . . .: Children Making, Playing, and Negotiating User-Generated Content Games
  • 27. Marketing to Children through Digital Media: Trends and Issues
  • PART IV: Children's Rights
  • 28. Child-Centred Policy: Enfranchising Children as Digital Policy-Makers
  • 29. Law, Digital Media, and the Discomfort of Children's Rights
  • 30. No Fixed Limits? The Uncomfortable Application of Inconsistent Law to the Lives of Children Dealing with Digital Media
  • 31. Children's Agency in the Media Socialisation Process
  • 32. Digital Citizenship in Domestic Contexts
  • 33. Digital Socialising in Children on the Autism Spectrum
  • 34. Disability, Children, and the Invention of Digital Media