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Published: May 2017 Published 15.05.17

Children´s and young people´s rights in the digital age

a series of articles in the SAGE journal; Vol 19, Issue 5, 2017

SAGE Journal
SAGE Journal
Ansicht: Kinderrechte und die Rechte junger Menschen im digitalen Zeitalter eine Artikelreihe im Sage Journal; Ausgabe Vol 19, Issue 5, 2017

In Vol 19, Issue 5, 2017 of the SAGE Journal in the New Media & Society category, there are a number of contributions to children's rights in the digital age.

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You will find the following articles under the title - Children's and young people's rights in the digital age:

  1. Children’s and young people’s rights in the digital age: an emerging agenda; Sonia Livingstone and Amanda Third
  2. Platforms, data and children’s rights: Introducing a ‘networked capability approach’, Teresa Swist and Phillippa Collin
  3. Translation and localization of children’s rights in youth-produced digital media in the Global South: A hermeneutic exploration, Sanjay Asthana
  4. Lebanon’s waste crisis: An exercise of participation rights, Joe F. Khalil
  5. Just because it’s public, doesn’t mean it’s any of your business: Adults and children’s sexual rights in digitally mediated spaces, Kath Albury
  6. Digital technology and rights in the lives of children with disabilities, Meryl Alper and Gerard Goggin
  7. Children’s rights and social media: Issues and prospects for adoptive families in Italy, Piermarco Aroldi and Nicoletta Vittadini
  8. Where policy and practice collide: Comparing US, South African and European Union approaches to protecting children online, Monica Bulger, Patrick Burton, Brian O’Neill and Elisabeth Staksrud
  9. From universal towards child-specific protection of the right to privacy online: dilemmas in the EU General Data Protection Regulation, Milda Macenaite
  10. The datafied child: The dataveillance of children and implications for their rights, Deborah Lupton and Ben Williamson

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