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Media Development 2014/1 pdfs

Media Development 2014/1

The Family in the Information Age

2014 marks the twentieth anniversary of the IYF, providing an opportunity to focus on the role of families in society today, to review current challenges, and to recommend new directions. And in today’s information and knowledge societies, the impact of new technologies, social media, and interactive digital platforms needs to be taken into account. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the International Year of the Family is an opportunity to consider how new information and communication technologies are impacting the life of the family and its most vulnerable members: children. It is also an opportunity to remind ourselves that while communication is what makes us human, it also offers us a means of preventing ourselves from being inhuman.


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Media Development 2014/1 Editorial

Technology rights of the world’s families
Katharine E. Heintz

A global perspective on children’s rights as media change
Monica Bulger and Sonia Livingstone 

En torno a la comunicación en el seno de la vida cotidiana
Daniel Prieto Castillo

De la concientización a una politica pública en educación medial-digital
Claudio Avendaño Ruz

Online safety for families
Elza Dunkels

Media in the Great Lakes Region foster social dialogue
Patrick Hajayandi

A summary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

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