Corpus ID: 152044232

Understanding the Child in the mediated World: Perspectives on Studying Childhood

@inproceedings{Shirsha2015UnderstandingTC,
  title={Understanding the Child in the mediated World: Perspectives on Studying Childhood},
  author={Ganguly Shirsha},
  year={2015}
}
  • Ganguly Shirsha
  • Published 2015
  • Psychology
  • In a media saturated world, children are continuously engaging with an intertextual transmedia context. In this environment, they are exposed to an array of knowledge sources which puts them at par with the unsupervised knowledge sources of the adults. Thus in this environment, where the child stands at the same level as an adult in relation to exposure to mediated knowledge, the question thus arises, on who is the child and how they are being viewed. This paper deals with the following… CONTINUE READING

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