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Digitising Early Childhood

Editor(s): Lelia Green, Donell Holloway, Kylie Stevenson, Kelly Jaunzems
Contributors: Donell Holloway, Lelia Green, Kelly Jaunzems, Kate Orton-Johnson, Simone Inglis, Debbie Rodan, Jane Mummery,

Book Description

Focusing on the digital lives of children aged eight and under, and paying attention to their parents and educators, this book showcases research findings from the UK, Denmark, Turkey, Indonesia and Australia. The authors’ disciplinary backgrounds are as diverse as their cultural contexts, and the volume brings together insights from education, media studies, sociology, cultural studies, physiotherapy, and communication studies. Covering both positive and negative perspectives, it contributes to existing research on young children’s online interactions. This book will be of interest to students and researchers in early years’ care and education, media, communication and cultural studies, human-computer interaction and technology studies, and the sociology of childhood and the family.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-1822-3
ISBN-10: 1-5275-1822-1
Date of Publication: 01/01/2019
Pages / Size: 387 / A5
Price: £64.99
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Biography

Dr Lelia Green is Professor of Communications in the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University, Australia. She has been researching children’s digital lives since 2002, when she won the first of three Australian Research Council grants in this area.

Dr Donell Holloway is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Arts and Humanities, Edith Cowan University, Australia. A past recipient of an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award, she leads a current ARC Discovery grant on “The Internet of Toys”.

Dr Kylie Stevenson is a researcher who focuses on learning support at Edith Cowan University, Australia. Her research spans research pedagogy, arts education, experiences of welfare dependency, and children and technology, and is primarily concerned with lived experience.

Kelly Jaunzems is a PhD candidate at Edith Cowan University, Australia, researching social media and applied communication in occupational safety and health. She has worked as a Research Assistant on two Australian Research Council grants.