Child welfare services and social media – childhood, being and becoming in a digital society

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Björktomta, Siv-Britt ; Aarum Hansen, Heidi (2018)
  • Publisher: Croatian Medical Schools
  • Journal: Croatian Medical Journal, volume 59, issue 2, pages 90-92 (issn: 0353-9504, eissn: 1332-8166)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3325/cmj.2018.59.90, pmc: PMC5941295
  • Subject: being and becoming | Knowledge Landscapes | childhood | Sociology | Sociologi | Child welfare services | social media

In the internet arena, children have more space for action. Accordingly, their use of social media challenges the public services. Children´s navigating social media landscapes is an example of a change that calls for new research into the following questions: What do s... View more
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