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Taking risky opportunities in youthful content creation: teenagers' use of social networking sites for intimacy, privacy and self-expression
While younger teenagers relish the opportunities to recreate continuously a highly-decorated, stylistically-elaborate identity, older teenagers favour a plain aesthetic that foregrounds their links to others, thus expressing a notion of identity lived through authentic relationships. Expand
Connected Learning: An Agenda for Research and Design
This report is a synthesis of ongoing research, design, and implementation of an approach to education called “connected learning.” It advocates for broadened access to learning that is sociallyExpand
Parental Mediation of Children's Internet Use
This article examines parental regulation of children and teenagers' online activities. A national survey of 1511 children and 906 parents found that 12–17-year-olds encounter a range of onlineExpand
Risks and safety on the internet: the perspective of European children: key findings from the EU Kids Online survey of 9-16 year olds and their parents in 25 countries
Šioje ataskaitoje pateikiami naujos ir unikalios apklausos, parengtos ir vykdomos vadovaujantis griežtais ES Vaikai Internete tinklo standartais, rezultatai. Tyrimas buvo finansuojamas EuroposExpand
Gradations in digital inclusion: children, young people and the digital divide
Findings from a national survey of UK 9—19-year-olds that reveal inequalities by age, gender and socioeconomic status in relation to their quality of access to and use of the internet are analyzed. Expand
Risks and safety on the internet: the perspective of European children: full findings and policy implications from the EU Kids Online survey of 9-16 year olds and their parents in 25 countries
The survey investigated key online risks: pornography, bullying, receiving sexual messages, contact with people not known faceto- face, offline meetings with online contacts, potentially harmful user-generated content and personal data misuse. Expand
What is media literacy
Sonia Livingstone, LSE What is media literacy? Inhaltsverzeichnis The question of media literacy 1 OFCOM 2 Defining media literacy 2 Is the UK population media literate? 3 Issues to be addressed 4Expand
Media Literacy and the Challenge of New Information and Communication Technologies
Within both academic and policy discourses, the concept of media literacy is being extended from its traditional focus on print and audiovisual media to encompass the internet and other new media.Expand
Teen girls, sexual double standards and ‘sexting’: Gendered value in digital image exchange
This article explores gender inequities and sexual double standards in teens’ digital image exchange, drawing on a UK qualitative research project on youth ‘sexting’. We develop a critique ofExpand
A qualitative study of children, young people and'sexting': A report prepared for the NSPCC
What is sexting? Sexting has been defined as the “exchange of sexual messages or images” and “creating, sharing and forwarding sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude images” (see report forExpand