Crianças, jovens e media: perspetivas atuais

Resumo

A investigação sobre crianças, jovens e media registou, nas últimas duas décadas, um avanço considerável no que diz respeito ao número de estudos produzidos, aos temas abordados e às metodologias utilizadas. Esta área, por natureza multidisciplinar, foi-se afirmando no campo das Ciências da Comunicação, marcando a agenda científica e abrindo o debate público sobre o impacto dos media na vida das crianças e dos jovens e o modo como usam, compreendem, se apropriam e produzem conteúdos mediáticos. A era digital trouxe novos meios e plataformas, gerou uma maior diversidade de conteúdos e suscitou diferentes modos de acesso e diferentes práticas de consumo e de comunicação por parte deste público. Uma realidade que trouxe outros desafios à investigação, fornecendo novos tópicos e pistas para estudar o mundo mediático e a sua ação nas identidades e nas culturas infantis e juvenis...

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2020-06-29
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Pereira, S., Ponte, C., & Elias, N. (2020). Crianças, jovens e media: perspetivas atuais. Comunicação E Sociedade, 37, 9-18. https://doi.org/10.17231/comsoc.37(2020).2687