Understanding how Information and Communication Technologies matter to Youth A network of developmental, social and technological dynamics

@inproceedings{Maczewski2007UnderstandingHI,
  title={Understanding how Information and Communication Technologies matter to Youth A network of developmental, social and technological dynamics},
  author={Mechthild Maczewski},
  year={2007}
}
This dissertation explores the questions: (1) how use of specific information and communication technologies (ICT) matters to youth, (2) how use of these ICT is experienced by youth and (3) how youth conceptualize their relations to ICT in their daily lives. It provides a networked perspective that emphasizes youth’s experiences of ICT in contexts. This networked perspective focuses on the dynamic connections between adolescent development, societal change and technological innovations when… CONTINUE READING

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