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mixed methods researcher, early childhood, television & related media

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A Secondment to Fab Lab Berlin

I am contributing to the MakEY research blog. My latest post shares my reflections from my first secondment with Fab Lab, Berlin.

CMC / CSCY 2016: A Tale of Two Conferences

 

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The ‘Challenge Anneka’ approach to conferencing

For an early childhood and television researcher based in Sheffield, July brings with it the promise of two very different (but equally enticing) children’s conferences.

The Children’s Media Conference (CMC) is a national conference for the children’s media industry, taking place every year in Sheffield. Meanwhile, the University of Sheffield’s Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth (CSCY), hosts a biennial academic conference in July, also in Sheffield. This year, for the first time, the two were scheduled slap-bang, one on top of the other.

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Preschool child development and TV: revisiting CMC 2015

I am a contributor to the Children’s Media Foundation research blog. My latest post thinks about traditional approaches to child development in the context of research about TV.

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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