Marina Torjinski

Marina’s PhD project applies a mixed methods approach to investigate the ways in which screen use and nature exposure interact with family dynamics to influence parent/child health outcomes and relational wellbeing. It is envisioned that Marina’s research will assist in the development of innovative programs and campaigns aimed at supporting parents and carers to encourage healthy digital child engagement and navigate the challenges of parenting in a digital age.

Cross-nodal co-supervisors
Dr Sharon Horwood and Associate Professor Dylan Cliff

Earliest digital memory
Drifting off to the sound of nursery rhymes travelling from the living room television – my parent’s way of helping me sleep as a little one.

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The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child acknowledges the First Australian owners of the lands on where we gather and pay our respects to the Elders, lores, customs and creation spirits of this country.

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