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Families matter: Designing media for a digital age

21 Sep 2011
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Families Matter focuses on two complementary studies that document how families with young children are integrating digital media into the rhythm of daily life.

Results from a survey of more than 800 parents of children ages 3 through 10 reveal how parents nationwide feel about raising children in a digital age. In-depth case studies provide further insight into these statistics, probing how parent attitudes toward technology, along with family values, routines, and structures, are shaping young children’s experiences using digital media. This research assumes an ecological view of development and learning, which considers the many different spheres of influence — from parents to peers to the social and economic context — that a child now must navigate while growing up.

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2011
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