Na próxima quarta-feira, dia 16 de maio, Vanessa Rawlings, Kelly-Marie Taylor e Katie Tyrrell, da Universidade de Suffolk, Reino Unido, darão uma Aula Aberta no Seminário de Mestrado Média, Crianças e Jovens, a convite de Cristina Ponte, do Departamento de Ciências da Comunicação e coordenadora da equipa portuguesa da rede EU Kids Online. A Aula Aberta decorre na Sala T8, das 18 às 20.30 horas.
Com o título,
Young People and Digital Wellbeing: Findings from a study with young people engaging in the National Citizen Service (NCS) Suffolk initiative, Vanessa Rawlings e Katie Tyrrel apresentarão as perceções e considerações de mais de 500 jovens sobre programas educacionais de segurança digital, com um foco nos seus direitos de participação na definição desses programas.
Por sua vez, Kelly-Marie Taylor falará sobre a gestão de riscos, a resiliência e participação com agência por parte de pré-adolescentes auscultados numa pesquisa qualitativa suportada na Sociologia da Infância e nos Direitos da Criança.
Vanessa Rawlings – firstname.lastname@example.org
Vanessa teaches in University of Suffolk – School of Psychology and Education as a lecturer and personal tutor in education, social policy and practice modules. She is also an active researcher at the university, particularly in the fields of education, online safety, and health and wellbeing. She has co-authored evaluation reports for both local authority and third sector projects on children and young peoples’ health and wellbeing, and most recently co-authored a report to the Home Office on e-safety issues and strategies within Suffolk schools. Vanessa’s passion is for the advocacy of children and young people’s engaged voices and her current PhD thesis is exploring children and young people’s perspectives on wellbeing.
Kelly-Marie Taylor – Kelly-Marie.Taylor@uos.ac.uk
Kelly s masters dissertation was entitled Loss of Innocence? The Pornification of Youth Culture and Digital Technologies and focused on the moral panics around the sexualisation of childhood, especially the fears around young people s use of the internet and mobile technology and evaluated the political rhetoric of these issues. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Essex. She is teaching at University of Suffolk in the modules: Inclusive Practice in the Early Years, Managing Transitions in the Early Years and Children s Geographies. Kelly also supervises BA (Hons) Early Learning Dissertations.
Katie Tyrrell – email@example.com
Katie holds a MSc in Mental Health Research from the University of Nottingham. She is a member of the Suffolk Institute of Social and Economic Research (SISER). Since joining the University of Suffolk, Katie has worked alongside local, national and international organisations to investigate the impact of interventions, programmes and service delivery upon the welfare and wellbeing of people across the lifespan using both qualitative and quantitative methods. She is currently working on a HEFCE funded initiative to raise awareness of online abuse and improve student safety online.