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TitleThe networked effect of children and online digital technologies
Author(s)Castro, Teresa Sofia Pereira Dias
Osório, António José
Bond, Emma
Online Digital Technologies
Actor-Network theory
Social Shaping of Technology
Social Construction of Technology
Issue date2018
PublisherIGI Global
CitationDias de Castro, T. S., Osório, A., & Bond, E. (2018). The Networked Effect of Children and Online Digital Technologies. In M. Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition (pp. 7312-7326). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch636
Abstract(s)Within the scope of how technology impacts on society three theoretical models: the social shaping of technology (SST), social construction of technology (SCOT) and the Actor-Network theory (ANT) are frameworks that help rethink the embeddedness of technology within society, once each is transformed and transformative of the other. More attention will be given to the ANT approach since it solves the technology/society dualisms unresolved by the previous proposals. This is a flexible epistemological possibility that can reach the ambiguity of contemporary life and the remarkable transformations brought by progress that have changed drastically childhood and children's contemporary lives
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