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Michelle Cook’s PhD (Integrated) navigates the literature surrounding children’s citizenship and rights in relation to the data they create when connecting with digital technologies. Michelle hopes to improve and acknowledge children’s agency, vulnerability and voice as participatory citizens in an increasingly datafied and digitally pervasive society.
Professor Sue Bennett and Dr Rebecca Ng
Earliest digital memory
The first computer my parents bought us in the early 80s was Dick Smith’s VZ200. We loved Pong and Space Invaders.
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