from blogs to video games from living rooms to internet cafcs from africa to canada growing up online has it all transcending the hype and moral panic that typically pervade adult discourses about youth and media the essays in this collection deconstruct the complexities of young peoples relationship with a range of digital technologies. Growing up online young people and digital technologies edited by sandra weber and shanly dixon explores the multidimensionality of online and digital experiences of young people as they blur the dichotomies between virtual and real play private and public identities and transgress given boundaries imposed by social reality physical space . Young people and technology issues and concepts sandra weber shanly dixon growing up with new technologies a longitudinal case study sandra weber with julia weber im the one who makes the lego racers go virtual and actual space in videogame play seth giddings time space and embodiment in girls experiences of technologies . Transcending the hype and moral panic that typically pervade adult discourses about youth and media the essays in this collection deconstruct the complexities of young peoples relationship with a range of digital technologies more importantly most chapters provide a space in which young people themselves tell us what it means to grow up online. Growing up online has 2 ratings and 0 reviews in this cutting edge anthology contributors examine the diverse ways in which girls and young women acros
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