Screenplay: Children and Computing in the Home

@inproceedings{Facer2003ScreenplayCA,
  title={Screenplay: Children and Computing in the Home},
  author={Keri Facer and V. J. Furlong and Ruth Furlong and Rosamund Sutherland},
  year={2003}
}
  • Keri Facer, V. J. Furlong, +1 author Rosamund Sutherland
  • Published 2003
  • Computer Science
  • Section 1. Introduction 1. The ScreenPlay project 2. Setting the scene: Patterns of computer use in the home Section 2. The domestic context 3. Computer histories, computer roles in the home 4. The computer in family life Section 3. Young people's computer use in the home 5. The digital landscape: Games and information navigation 6. Writing, designing and making on the computer in the home Section 4. Digital cultures 7. Computers, consumption and identity 8. Computers, gender and class 9… CONTINUE READING

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