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Dinusha Bandara’s PhD project seeks to provide a better understanding of digital childhoods and datafication of migrant families. Employing a mixed methods approach, she amplifies the voices of these families, shedding light on their everyday use of digital technologies and data practices. She wil [...]
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 innova [...]
Sumudu Mallawaarachchi’s PhD thesis seeks to provide better insights into the context of naturalistic smartphone and tablet use in young children in their everyday lives. Using a mixed-methods approach, Sumudu will investigate the multiple influences of child characteristics, parent perception [...]
Gavin Duffy’s doctoral thesis examines the lifecycle of educational apps, working with people throughout the chain, including developers, students, school staff, and parents. Gavin’s aim is to outline the different ways educational apps are seen by different actors, showing the mean [...]
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