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Mascheroni, G.; Holloway, D.; Velicu, A.; Lampert, C. (2017): Good Parenting Discourses: Representations of Parents and Children in Relation to IoToys. In: G. Mascheroni; D. Holloway (eds.), The Internet of Toys: A Report on Media and Social Discourses around Young Children and IoToys. In: DigiLitEY...
„Digitale Spielsachen für die „Kleinen“ – Spielmittel oder -ware? [Digital Toys for Kids - Gaming Tools or Toys?]“, presentation by C. Lampert in the context of the 13th Interdisciplinary Expert Conference of the JFF (Institute for Media Research and Media Ed...
"The Media Representations of IoToys – Implications for Public Understanding and Children’s Rights", lecture by C. Lampert at the WG 4 symposium"Researching the Internet of Toys" during the conference "Reconceptualising Early Childhood Literacies: An Internationa...
The 6th DigiLitEY project meeting of researchers working together on the COST Action "The Digital Literacy and Multimodal Practices of Young Children (DigiLitEY)" will take place in Riga. Dr. Claudia Lampert will represent the Hans-Bredow-Institut in COST Action.
Within the scope of the COST...
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