Research 7 & 8 (Repeat)
Thursday 5th July 2018, 09:30 - 10:30
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Two 30 minute research presentations…
7. News, Trust & Truth
Do children and young people still trust news sources?
This research breaks down how trust features in the relationship that British young people aged 9-13 establish with news sources, and explores their awareness of the fake news phenomenon.
Presented by Florencia Donagaray, University of Salford
8. Children’s Media and Diversity: What’s Next in Europe?
How do you show diversity in children’s content, and how can we find ways of making content that has something engaging and entertaining to say about being an informed citizen?
Presented by Professor Jeanette Steemers and Dr Christine Singer, Kings College London, and Professor Naomi Sakr, University of Westminster
University of Salford
Professor Naomi Sakr
University of Westminster
Dr Christine Singer
King’s College London
Professor Jeanette Steemers
King’s College, London
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