Viet Tho Le

Viet Tho Le is a professional journalist and media researcher. He obtained a PhD of Media Studies, Communication and Journalism at Edith Cowan University in 2020. Viet worked as a senior digital journalist at BBC, a producer at SBS and was managing editor at Binh Dinh newspaper in Vietnam. His research interests focus on political communications, new media, cultural studies, social media and young people, and digital citizenship.

As Business Support Officer, Viet provides research support to investigators and research students at Edith Cowan University. As a father and media researcher, Viet hopes to better understand his children’s digital worlds to help them use technology in healthy ways and obtain skills that will make them successful digital citizens.

Earliest digital memory
The first time I saw a computer and I asked myself: what is it used for?



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