Digital Child Working Papers

The Digital Child Working Paper Series provides insights and ideas emerging from research conducted within the Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child. We hope that this series encourages conversation around the Centre’s program of research and vision for children to be healthy, educated and connected in an increasingly digital world.

The Working Papers are categorised into the following series:

  • ‘How to’ series offering instructional papers aimed at early career researchers  
  • ‘Discussion’ series consisting of discussion papers looking at conceptual challenges and aimed at the scholarly community  
  • ‘Review’ series consisting of scoping reviews, literature reviews and systematic reviews 
  • ‘Methods and Methodologies’ consisting of discussion papers but more focused on methods and methodologies 
  • ‘Policy’ series offering public facing, policy-oriented papers produced for stakeholder engagement

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Mapping Data Flows in the Home: A Scoping Review

Authors: Pangrazio, L.
Date published: 1 December, 2022
Series type: ‘Review’ series consisting of scoping reviews, literature reviews and systematic reviews

A Research Agenda to Examine the Political Economy of Digital Childhood

Authors: Sefton-Green, J., Dezuanni, M., Pangrazio, L.
Date published: 16 August, 2022
Series type: 'Discussion' series looking at conceptual challenges and aimed at the scholarly community

Topaz Project: How to conduct a transdisciplinary systematic review

Authors: Beynon, A., Straker, L.
Date published: 3 August, 2022
Series type: 'How to' series offering instructional papers aimed at early career researchers

Topaz Project: How to conduct a transdisciplinary scoping review

Authors: Beynon, A., Straker, L.
Date published: 3 August, 2022
Series type: 'How to' series offering instructional papers aimed at early career researchers

Topaz Project: How to conduct a transdisciplinary realist review

Authors: Beynon, A., Straker, L.
Date published: 3 August, 2022
Series type: 'How to' series offering instructional papers aimed at early career researchers

Topaz Project: How to conduct a transdisciplinary rapid review

Authors: Beynon, A., Straker, L.
Date published: 3 August, 2022
Series type: 'How to' series offering instructional papers aimed at early career researchers

Towards a transdisciplinary approach to evidence-based decision making regarding digital technology use with, by and for children

Authors: Straker, L., Beynon, A., Smith, S., Johnson, D., Wyeth, P., Sefton-Green, J., Kervin, L.
Date published: 3 August, 2022
Series type: 'How to' series offering instructional papers aimed at early career researchers

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