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Raising children in the digital era: Asian perspectives (Seminar)

Raising Digital Youth (RDY) Research Hub, an international research network, brings together researchers and scholars in media and communication in Asia-Pacific to advance knowledge on digital media, youth, and families. This seminar provides an introduction to youth and digital media research in Asia and showcases RDY members’ recent and ongoing projects on Asian youth and their families in the fast-transforming digital media era.

Date: Wednesday 31 August

Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

- 12pm - 1:30pm in Korea

- 11am - 12:30pm in Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore

- 10am - 11:30am in Jakarta

- 30 Aug 11pm - 31 Aug 12:30am in East Time Zone, USA

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Host: Raising Digital Youth Research Hub

Location: Zoom

Registration: Click here

Facilitator/Contact: Wonsun Shin (


Facilitator: Wonsun Shin (University of Melbourne)

Moderator: Sun Sun Lim (Singapore University of Technology and Design)

Introduction of RDY and a brief overview of the field of children and media research

May Lwin (Nanyang Technological University)

Parental mediation strategies and social media use among Chinese adolescents

Jingyuan “Jolie” Shi (Hong Kong Baptist University) & Liang Chen (Tsinghua University)

Hardware, apps, and connectivity: Indonesian elementary students’ visualizing their understanding of the Internet

Laras Sekarasih (Universitas Indonesia)

ScreenLife Capture: An open-source and user-friendly framework for collecting screenome data from youths

Andrew Yee (Singapore University of Technology and Design)

Where are we now? Current strategies and communication of children's YouTube content creators in South Korea

Regina Ahn (University of Miami)

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