A digital future for children?

Adi Kuntsman, Esperanza Miyake

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Abstract

Adi Kuntsman and Esperanza Miyake argue that we live in a time where the digital is often adopted without question. They investigate the reasons behind parents’ increasing digital disengagement, and the impact of this on children’s digital futures. Adi and and Esperanza¹ are based in the UK at Manchester Metropolitan University, where they conduct an ongoing investigation of digital disengagement at the intersection of media studies, digital studies, and critical social research. Their earlier collaborative work examined the relations between raciality and queer cultures.
Original languageEnglish
TypeLSE Digital Futures
Media of outputBlog
Place of PublicationLondon
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jan 2016

Keywords

  • child health
  • digital disengagement
  • social media

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Kuntsman, A., & Miyake, E. (2016, Jan 14). A digital future for children?.