Infancy online: An introduction
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Leaver, T. and Nansen, B. 2017. Infancy online: An introduction. Social Media and Society. 3 (2).
Social Media and Society
School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry (MCASI)
© The Author(s) 2017. This article introduces a Special Issue on the topic of infancy online, addressing a range of issues, including representation, privacy, datafication, and children’s rights. The 7 articles included map important arenas of emerging research which highlight a range of increasingly urgent questions around the way infants are situated online, the longer term ramifications of infant online presences, and the ways in which infants and young children participate as users of online media.
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