Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 513 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
From the very first page this compelling polyvocal book bursts with an abundance of detailed conceptual-methodological practices for understanding everyday childhoods and contemporary research. While demonstrating new commitments to the ethical labour required for care in research, it also provides an accessible guide to how we might all enact this in practice. Holding the research archive in mind from the beginning, this book is an instantiation of a transformed research practice, and I cannot wait to see the future archive of research that this text will inspire. * Niamh Moore, Chancellor's Fellow and Deputy Director of Research (Ethics), University of Edinburgh, UK *
A fascinating and well-researched look at how kids and teens actually use, understand, and feel about digital media that provides an important counterpoint to moralizing and panic. By listening and working with young people, the authors provide a sorely-needed empirical perspective on a topic often characterized by sensationalism. * Alice Marwick, Assistant Professor, Media & Technology Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US *
Set to become the go-to text in how to do qualitative longitudinal research with children and young people. Impeccably written by some of the most prolific scholars in childhood and youth studies, the book offers inspiring, passionate as well as instructive and informative insights into contemporary childhood. * Sian Lincoln, Reader in Communication, Media and Youth Culture, Liverpool John Moores University, UK *
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