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This article reports first results from a comparative analysis of interview data from Finland, Spain and Switzerland. Within the framework of a developmental perspective on the role of media in everyday life, we focus on cross-cultural similarities and differences in how media use is related to...
How do children and adolescents integrate the so-called `new' media, i.e computer-based media and services, as a part of their media environment? Will they displace other media? This question is analysed for three countries, Flanders, Germany and Sweden. The focus of the comparative analyses is...
This Special Issue presents work in progress from a substantial cross-national project investigating the diffusion and significance of media and information technologies among young people aged 6-17 years old living in 12 European countries — Belgium (Flanders), Denmark, Finland, France,...
This article discusses a preliminary exploration of how globalization becomes embedded into the lives of children and adolescents in three very different countries: Denmark, France and Israel. Analysis of qualitative data collected from the three countries as part of a major cross-cultural study...
Based on results from a comparative survey of Flemish, French, Italian and Swedish children and teenagers, this article analyses the changing patterns of media use in the domestic context. It shows how media use reinforces existing tendencies in family styles: in families where parents give more...
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