Department of Media and Communications (LSE)

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24 January 2017

Global Kids Online is an international research project that aims to generate and sustain a rigorous cross-national evidence base around children’s use of the internet by creating a global network...

Article
29 May 2015

A new report questioning the assumption that using the Internet and related ICTs is beneficial for everyone was recently released. Here one of the authors, Ellen Helsper from the London School of...

Report
26 August 2013

Over the last six years there has been a major increase in online activity by children up to eight years old, a leading international internet survey has found. 

The trend has prompted...

Report
1 January 2012

This report presents the full findings from a new and unique survey designed and conducted according to rigorous standards by the EU Kids Online network.

It was funded by the...

Transcript
13 January 2010

This UK paper considers the role of academics in current debates on media and cultural policy in the UK.

Although theories of the intellectuals differ widely as to what such a...

Audio program
28 October 2009

Media and cultural policies are shaped by the few with access to political power. What role can academics play in current policy debates?

Philip Schlesinger is director of the...

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Report
3 November 2015

This paper argues that Internet governance bodies give little consideration to children’s rights, despite growing calls from international child rights organizations to address their rights in the...

Report
6 May 2015

How does Internet use translate into objective measurable outcomes in everyday life? The final report from the Digital Skills to Tangible Outcomes project outlines new survey measures of people’s...

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