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Dr Madeleine Dobson is a part of the Thoughtful Schools project which explores trauma-informed pedagogies in Western Australian schools. She has undertaken research focusing on the image of the child and how children are conceptualised across contexts, including their representation by adults on Ins [...]
As Business Support Officer, Dr Clara Rivera is the ‘first point of contact’ for the University of Wollongong (UOW) node. Clara brings to the Centre more than 5 years’ experience as Project Officer to an ARC Discovery project and other related research on children’s digital play. Her PhD pro [...]
Dr Emma Cooke is a sociologist with expertise in the sociology of childhood and qualitative research, working in interdisciplinary teams. In her PhD thesis, Emma utilised a crystallization methodological framework to gain multifaceted insights into children’s relaxation and unrestful experienc [...]
Professor Sonia Livingstone is an internationally-recognised researcher of children’s media use. Sonia’s research examines how the changing conditions of mediation are reshaping everyday practices and possibilities for action. Her current research focus is children’s rights in the digital age [...]
Professor Elisabeth Staksrud has spent her career investigating the interrelationship between perceived and actual online risk, policy and regulatory interventions and children’s participatory rights. Elisabeth’s expertise is in children and online risk and opportunities, including rights-based [...]
Professor Karen Murcia is a STEM education researcher with expertise in the early years of children’s development. Her research focuses on how digitally aware children engage with science and mathematics, and the impact of technology integration on motivation and approaches to learning. As Chief I [...]
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