MEDIATIZED STORIES - Mediation Perspectives on Digital Storytelling among Youth (completed)

Mediatized Stories is an international research project investigating self-representation through various forms of digital storytelling.

Overview

Mediatized Stories is an international research project investigating self-representation through various forms of digital storytelling. This dynamic is studied with theories of mediation and mediatization across media studies and education. The project focuses on youth, as young people tend to be innovative in their use of digital media. This international collaboration encompasses a range of studies in different parts of the world.

Aim

The project explores how people - youth in particular - use self-representation in digital storytelling to shape and share their lives, and tries to understand these processes through theories of mediation and mediatization across media studies and the field of education. 

Funding and timeframe

Funded by The Research Council of Norway

Timeframe: 2006-2011. The project was completed 3 November 2011.

 

Published Oct. 12, 2010 11:35 AM - Last modified Jan. 3, 2012 1:44 PM