AP/CCY4141 6.0 A: Children, Youth, and Digital Culture

Offered by: CCY


Summer 2021




ONLN (Fully Online)


Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Investigates how children and youth use digital technologies and new media both as extensions of individual identities and facilitators of youth culture. Texting, sexting, tweeting, learning, playing, protesting, creating-how are youth making meaning of the world through digital youth cultures? What are children and youth doing in a digital world and what are the implications of this for everyone?

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