Digital Parenting

The Challenges for Families in the Digital Age

Content

Preface

Introduction

Giovanna Mascheroni
Cristina Ponte
Ana Jorge

I. DIGITAL PARENTING

Parenting in the Digital Age. The Challenges of Parental Responsibility in Comparative Perspective

Sonia Livingstone
Jasmina Byrne

Transcendent Parenting in Digitally Connected Families. When the Technological Meets the Social

Sun Sun Lim

Resistance, Opportunities and Tensions. The Role of Children and Young People in Internet Adoption of Isolated Rural Communities

Isabel Pavez
Teresa Correa

Mediation Practices in Socially Disadvantaged Families

Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink

Drawn in All Directions. Heritage Language Families’ Use of Technology

Sabine Little

Parental Ethnotheories in Children’s Digital and Media Lives. The Case of Romanipen

Marketa Zezulkova
Lucie Stastna

Differing Parental Approaches to Cultivating Youth Citizenship

Lynn Schofield Clark
Maria José Brites

II. DIGITAL PARENTING IN CONTEXT

From Media Trusteeship to Parental Mediation. The Parental Development of Parental Mediation

Thorsten Naab

Development of Infants’ Media Habits in the Age of Digital Parenting. A Longitudinal Study of Jonathan, From the Age of 6 to 27 Months

Yehuda Bar Lev
Nelly Elias
Sharona T. Levy

Parental Evaluations of Young Children’s Touchscreen Technologies

Leslie Haddon
Donell Holloway

Early Gambling Behaviour in Online Games. Parental Perspectives vs. What Children Report

Rozane De Cock
Bieke Zaman
Maarten Van Mechelen
Jonathan Huyghe

Maltese Parents’ Awareness and Management of Risks their Children Face Online

Lorleen Farrugia
Mary Anne Lauri

“Daddy, Your Mobile is Stupid, You Should Put it Away”. Media Education from the Perspective of Professionals

Gisela Schubert
Susanne Eggert

Digital Parenting in the Netherlands. Putting Theory into Practice

Jos de Haan
Peter Nikken
Annemarie Wennekers

III. CHALLENGES, RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES OF DIGITAL MEDIA FOR PARENTS AND CHILDREN

The Child as Datafied Citizen. Critical Questions on Data Justice in Family Life

Veronica Barassi

The Trouble with “Screen Time” Rules

Alicia Blum-Ross
Sonia Livingstone

CHARGE on. Digital Parenting of a Child with Rare Genetic Syndrome with the Help of Facebook Group

Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt

Childbirth Online. The Mediation of Contrasting Discourses

Ranjana Das

Sharenting = Good Parenting? Four Parental Approaches to Sharenting on Facebook

Maja Sonne Damkjaer

Family photography in a networked age. Anti-sharenting as a reaction to risk assessment and behaviour adaption

Ulla Autenrieth

Contributors

Publisher: 
Nordicom
Published: 
2018-11
Pages: 
240
ISBN: 
978-91-88855-00-8
Language: 
English
Type: 
Printed, PDF
Series: 
The Clearinghouse Yearbook
250,00 kr
25,00 EUR