A podcast about living and learning in the age of screentime. Welcome to Episode 20 of Season Two: Girls, Smartphones & the Internet.
This episode is part of a research project from the Screentime Research Group.
Big questions: What do girls experience and how can parents support their learning about devices and the Internet?
Ian and Kristen are joined by Elizabeth Stevens, a professor at Roberts Wesleyan College and the mother of 8 and 11-year-old girls. She is a member of the Screentime Research Group and is investigating how to talk to children about issues of privacy, security, and algorithms.
What we’re reading:
Rodríguez-de-Dios, I., van Oosten, J. M., & Igartua, J. J. (2018). A study of the relationship between parental mediation and adolescents’ digital skills, online risks and online opportunities. Computers in Human Behavior, 82, 186-198.
England, J., & Cannella, R. (2018). Tweens as technofeminists: Exploring girlhood identity in technology camp. Girlhood Studies, 11(1), 75-91.
Price-Dennis, D. “Developing curriculum to support Black girls’ literacies in digital spaces.” English Education 48, no. 4 (2016): 337-361.