Children’s virtual play worlds
Children and youth food practices are becoming increasingly perceived as problematic, reflecting concerns on childhood overweight and obesity rates in several countries. Apart from issues with excess food, food deficit problems (malnutrition, food security) are becoming ever more present in both developed and developing countries, since the rise in fuel, energy and food prices (in the aftermath of the 2007-2008 crises and the austerity measures forcefully applied in some countries).
Young Consumers - Editor’s special issue on CTC 2012
Volume 15, Number 1, 2014
Editorial - Brian Young
Young people as company stakeholders? Moving beyond CSR… - Valérie-Inés de La Ville
Strategies of children and parents during shopping for groceries - Vanessa Haselhoff , Ulya Faupel , Hartmut H. Holzmüller
Big demand(s), small supply – Muslim children in Italian school canteens: a cultural perspective - Roberta Giovine
The International Journal of Advertising is planning a forthcoming special issue devoted to Children and Advertising. The primary goal of this special issue is to enhance current knowledge pertaining to the interface of advertising and children. Authors have been strongly encouraged to submit interdisciplinary workthat embraces theories and methods from diverse disciplines such as psychology, anthropology, sociology, marketing, mass communication, and media & broadcasting.
Editors of the special issue:
Advances in Communication Research to Reduce Childhood Obesity focuses not only on the power of media in driving food choices in youth, but how these same media may be harnessed in reversing the obesity epidemic.
How do children understand issues of work, marketing, money and scarcity? In Situating Child Consumption the contributors offer a provocative stance rethinking values and notions of children, childhood and consumption.
This handbook analyses a broad range of complementary areas of study, including children as media consumers, children as active participants in media making, and representations of children in the media.
The handbook presents a collection that spans a variety of disciplines including developmental psychology, media studies, public health, education, feminist studies and the sociology of childhood. Essays provide a unique intellectual mapping of current knowledge, exploring the relationship of children and media in local, national, and global contexts
Contrairement à ce que l’on croit souvent, le marché ne fait pas que dissoudre des liens mais en crée de nouveaux. Partout, communautés de clients, sites de rencontre, régulations marchandes, cartes de fidélité, cadeaux d’entreprise, associations professionnelles, outils du marketing viral, réseaux sociaux électroniques, contrats commerciaux, inventent et font proliférer des formes de liens inédites à partir de la rencontre entre les partenaires de l’échange.
This inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary conference project will take place at Mansfield College in Oxford, UK, from the 17th to the 19th July 2014. It seeks to investigate and explore all aspects of childhood. The nature of childhood and its significance as a separate phase of life is viewed quite differently in different cultures and in different historical eras. This conference will look at all aspects of the experience of childhood as well as the social, cultural, historical and psychological perceptions of children and childhood.
Citizenship is a phenomenon that encompasses the relationships between the state and individuals, rights and responsibilities and identity and nationhood. Yet the relationship between citizenship and childhood has gone relatively unexplored. This book examines this relationship by situating it within the historical development of modern forms of citizenship that have formed contemporary Western notions of childhood and citizenship.