Everyday Media Play. Children's Playful Media Practices

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Stine Liv Johansen

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In contemporary society, there seems to be a conception that children’s play has dramatically changed or that it has been deployed by the massive influence of digital media and technology. Yet, within a framework of mediatization and practice theory, and based on extensive ethnographies in everyday contexts of children, different narratives, genres and communicative patterns occur. In this article, the author draws a broader picture of the current state of play in the lives of children and young people, pointing to relevant dilemmas and nuances in the field. 

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Johansen, S. L. (2018). Everyday Media Play. Children’s Playful Media Practices. Conjunctions. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.7146/tjcp.v4i1.103493
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