Multiple voices in the Maker movement - a Nexus analytic literature Review on children, Education and Making

@inproceedings{Iivari2017MultipleVI,
  title={Multiple voices in the Maker movement - a Nexus analytic literature Review on children, Education and Making},
  author={Netta Iivari and Marianne Kinnula and Tonja Molin-Juustila and Leena Kuure},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2017}
}
Inviting children to take part in maker movement has been advocated, especially in the context of education. Despite the numerous publications related to making, a more theoretical treatment and common vocabulary of the topic are still lacking. This paper utilizes as its theoretical lens the research framework of nexus analysis, suited for an in-depth study of complex social phenomena, to make sense of existing research on children and making. The study illustrates the value of the nexus… CONTINUE READING

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