Digital Generations: Children, Young People, and New Media

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David Buckingham, Rebekah Willett
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 2006 - 337 Seiten
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Computer games, the Internet, and other new communications media are often seen to pose threats and dangers to young people, but they also provide new opportunities for creativity and self-determination. As we start to look beyond the immediate hopes and fears that new technologies often provoke, there is a growing need for in-depth empirical research. Digital Generations presents a range of exciting and challenging new work on children, young people, and new digital media. The book is organized around four key themes: Play and Gaming, The Internet, Identities and Communities Online, and Learning and Education. The book brings together researchers from a range of academic disciplines – including media and cultural studies, anthropology, sociology, psychology and education – and will be of interest to a wide readership of researchers, students, practitioners in digital media, and educators.

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David Buckingham is Professor of Media and Communications at Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK. He is the author of "The Material Child: Growing Up in Consumer Culture" and other books.

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