The [not so] new digital family: disciplinary functions of representations of children and technology

@article{Lpez2015TheS,
  title={The [not so] new digital family: disciplinary functions of representations of children and technology},
  author={Angel J Gordo L{\'o}pez and Pilar Parra Contreras and P. Cassidy},
  journal={Feminism & Psychology},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={326 - 346}
}
The main question for consideration in this paper relates to the functional prerequisites for the construction of the so-called ‘digital family’ in the Spanish context. Taking inspiration from Burman’s (1994; 2008) work we start from two assumptions. Firstly, we assume that representations of children and families are important in terms of power and gender. This leads to our second assumption, that when considering representations of the family we also, necessarily, need to address gender… Expand
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