• Sharenting – in whose interests?

    Sharenting – in whose interests?

    In this post, Stacey Steinberg explores her own personal conflicts around ‘sharenting’.  Social media enable parents to share their parenting experiences, with their children’s rights to ...more

  • Online child protection in rural Kenya

    Online child protection in rural Kenya

    Caleb Ndaka is a project lead in Kenya, working for Kids Comp Camp. As Kenya focuses on initiatives to bring billions more online, Caleb  asks: how can we prepare ...more

  • Families and Pokémon GO

    Families and Pokémon GO

    How does the popular game Pokémon GO provide active, educational and social screen time? Kiley Sobel presents interview data and tips for parents about the ...more

  • Engaging parents in after-school programs

    Engaging parents in after-school programs

    What tools and strategies can be used to engage parents in after-school activities?  After interviewing educators and administrators in California about the methods they employ, Alexander ...more

  • Media activities in The Class

    Media activities in The Class

    Sonia Livingstone, together with Julian Sefton-Green, followed a class of London teenagers for a year to find out more about how they are, or in some cases ...more

  • The internet of toys

    The internet of toys

    With the rapid expansion in ‘smart’, interconnected toys, what is being done to regulate, for example, the data they generate? Giovanna Mascheroni looks into some ...more

  • Who are the young creatives?

    Who are the young creatives?

    Why is it still so difficult for disadvantaged young people to gain access to employment in the media industries? David Buckingham takes a closer look at ...more

  • A digital Christmas?

    A digital Christmas?

    As we approach Christmas, many parents will be buying new digital products of one kind or another for their children. Sonia Livingstone argues that not all ...more