New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches

Contributions to the Research Forum at the World Summit on Media For Children and Youth 2010

Catharina Bucht
Ulla Carlsson
Cecilia von Feilitzen
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In cooperation with the hosts of the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth in 2010, Karlstad, Sweden, The International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media organized a Research Forum with different sessions in the summit programme. The aim was to provide a space for an exchange of knowledge and a dialogue between the different groups of delegates at the summit and for researchers to reach out to interested parties in and outside the research community. Under the overriding theme of the introductory Plenary Session New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches, The Clearinghouse Research Forum had four more sessions with panels on different themes:

• Children, Media, Consumption and Health
• Media Ethics and Social Responsibility
• Communication for Social Change
• Media Literacy and Education

The current Yearbook is based on the twenty-five presentations given by a range of the most outstanding scholars from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America. For this book, they reworked their contributions to provide slightly extended articles.



New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches

Young People in the Digital Media Culture: Introduction to the Research Forum Plenary Session
Ulla Carlsson

Eight Working Principles for Change in Children’s Television: The Views of Producers Around The World
Dafna Lemish

What Underlies Children, Media and Democracy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)?
Ibrahim Saleh

Media Literacy and Education

Jordi Torrent, Alton Grizzle

Views on the News: Media Literacy Empowerment Competencies in the Elementary Grades
Renee Hobbs, Henry Cohn-Geltner, John Landis

A Study of the Impact of Media Education on Students’ Media Analysis Skills: An Interim Report
Chi-Kim Cheung

A New Horizon: Media Literacy Assessment and Children in Europe
José Manuel Pérez Tornero, Mireia Pi

Youth and Children in Contemporary Brazilian Film and Television – and Film and Television by Youth and Children
Esther Hamburger

Children and New Media Literacy: An Egyptian Case Study
Samy Tayie

Children, Media, Consumption and Health

Dafna Lemish

Tween Girls’ Sexuality and a Media Scandal in Hong Kong
Kara Chan

Media Sexual and Reproductive Health Taboos in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
Ibrahim Saleh

Digital Marketing and Children’s Health: A Framework for Research
Kathryn C. Montgomery, Sonya Grier, Jeff Chester, Lori Dorfman

Juanita Publicly Asks “What Will You Do for Me, Mayoral Candidate?” Children, Media, and Health Advocacy in Colombia
Arvind Singhal

Media Ethics and Social Responsibility

Sirkku Kotilainen

Positioning Children’s Interests within Debates over Internet Governance
Sonia Livingstone

Attaching Media Education to Human Rights by Socializing Young People to Ethics Online: Competences and E-strategies
Divina Frau-Meigs

Youth and the Paradoxes of the Indian Media Situation: Considerations for a Socially Responsible Youth Media Policy
Manisha Pathak-Shelat

Tools to Measure the Levels of Audience Involvement: Content analyses vs. social impact 1998/2010
Tatiana Merlo Flores in collaboration with Marcelo Petrazzini, Mariana Arraztoa, Gabriela Nahabedian and Elena Vázquez

Youngsters’ Expressions of Responsible Citizenship through Media Diaries
Sirkku Kotilainen, Annikka Suoninen, Irma Hirsjärvi, Sara Kolomainen

Communication for Social Change

Florencia Enghel, Thomas Tufte

On Disc and Online. Expanding Digital Activism in Belarus
Iryna Vidanava

Strengthening Civil Society: A Communication for Social Change Agenda?
Lise Grauenkær Jensen, Mette Grøndahl Hansen

Being Read by a DJ: Youth Interaction via Radio and Cell Phones in Southeast Turkey
Ece Algan

Citizenship Practices among Youth: Exploring the Role of Communication and Media
Florencia Enghel, Thomas Tufte

The Authors

Book cover: New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches


Antal sidor: 275
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Serie: The International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth & Media