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mixed methods researcher, early childhood, television & related media

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April 2016

Revisiting The Children’s Media Conference 2015

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Slides + audio from CMC 2015

As a postgraduate student living and working in Sheffield, I’m incredibly lucky that the industry-led Children’s Media Conference takes place every year right here in my home city.

Last year, I was invited to present my research on the transitionary preschool audience alongside presentations from Ofcom and The Pineapple Lounge. I used my session, ‘Sm(all) Change’ to bust three big myths about very young children watching television: that their engagement with TV is sedentary; that their engagement is solitary; and that they can’t make reality judgements about TV and advertising. You can watch my full presentation, alongside others, on the CMC website or Vimeo or read more about it in the CMC blog. Continue reading “Revisiting The Children’s Media Conference 2015”

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Screen Shot 2016-04-12 at 8.57.07 pmOn 4th July, 2016, I’ll be presenting as part of a masterclass on innovative visual methods for including children & young people in research. Click above for more information or contact Dawn Lessels to book (d.j.lessels@sheffield.ac.uk)

Using Sound to Spark Children’s Creativity

I have recently been working as a Research Associate on a project called ‘Storying Doncaster Sounds’. This research has some interesting interim findings about the potential of sound as a resource to support children’s literacy practices.

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