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    In the digital home, how do parents support their children and who supports them?

In the digital home, how do parents support their children and who supports them?

Today is Safer Internet Day, a day when the international community of industry, NGOs, parenting advocates, educators, researchers, parents and young people celebrate what’s good about the internet, and issues a call to action to create a “better internet for everyone, in particular the youngest users.” What better time to take stock of how parents and children are finding […]

Children and virtual reality: Where do we stand?

Virtual reality games are quickly gaining popularity among children. However, regulators and researchers still remain largely unaware of the potential risks inherent to this technology. In this post, Jennifer Pavlick explores the available research to date, outlining potential risks for children, as well as the possibilities for playing and learning. Jennifer is the editor of the Parenting for a Digital Future blog and has just […]

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    Extra care required: Balancing the internet lives of looked-after children

Extra care required: Balancing the internet lives of looked-after children

Looked-after children are especially vulnerable and privy to a number of risks online. This means that foster carers need improved safeguarding training and more digital literacy skills to manage a safe internet environment in their homes. In this post, Jennifer Pavlick summarises the findings of the 2016 online safety foster carer survey by Guardian Saints, discussing the risks and […]

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Professor Sonia Livingstone
After studying at UCL and Oxford, Sonia has spent some 25 years at LSE developing a comparative, critical and contextualised approach to investigating people’s everyday engagement with media. She asks why and how the changing conditions of mediation are reshaping ordinary practices and possibilities for action, identity and communication rights. Her empirical work examines the opportunities and […]

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