Programme ICA Preconference 2018

Trust, control, and privacy: Mediatisation of childhood and adolescence in the digital age

May 23th 2018, Institute for Communication, Charles University Prague

08:15 – 08:45 Registration
08:45 – 09:00 Welcome
09:00 – 09:45 Keynote Nancy Jennings (University of Cincinnati, USA)
09:45 – 11:15 Panels A&B

Panel A: Discussing trust, control and privacy (Chair: David Smahel)

  • Child-Friendly Transparency of Data Processing: Will More Understanding Lead to More Trust? (Milkaite, Lievens)
  • Contrasting Narratives of Parental Responsibility and the Wellbeing of Children Online: A Critical Discourse Analysis on Belgian and Australian Online Public Advice Given to Parents (Zaman, Holloway, Green, Jaunzems, Vanwynsberg)
  • Can media narratives featuring sensitive subjects foster parent-child discussion and trust? A four-country survey study (Cingel, Lauricella, Wartella)
  • hAPPy Families: Solving the dilemma between privacy and protection by building of trust (Dias, Brito)

Panel B: Playing with trust, control and privacy (Chair: Marketa Zezulkova)

  • The datafication of childhood: a research framework for the Internet of Toys (Mascheroni)
  • Circumventing social media restrictions: Preteens’ use of (Savic, McCosker)
  • ‘#trustme, I’m a youtuber’: Intimacy and trust among young vloggers and followers in Portugal and Brazil (Maropo, Tomaz, Jorge)
  • Online Privacy and Personal Data: Child and Adolescent Perspectives (Smahelova, Smahel, Motylc)

11:15 – 11:30 Coffee & tea

11:30 – 13:00   Panels C&D

Panel C: Perceptions of privacy and trust among children and adolescents (Chair: Cristina Ponte)

  • The Relationship Between Trust and Privacy:  A Study on Young Children’s Understanding on Online Privacy (Alias)
  • Perceptions of trust, privacy control and friendship in social networks: comparison among adolescences and other age groups (Melamed, Zilberg Yaakobovitz)
  • Children’s and Adolescent’s use of social network sites: Privacy and trust with regard to personal information and photographs (S. Trültzsch-Wijnen, C. Trültzsch-Wijnen)
  • Privacy for sale? The beliefs and habits about privacy and dataveillance among the Polish youth in the algorithmic environment (Ptaszek)

Panel D: Facing the challenge of trust and privacy in parental mediation (Chair: Elisabeth Staksrud)

  • Parental Monitoring of Children Online Activities in Families with 5-17 Year Old Children (Dedkova, Smahel, Machackova)
  • Mediation Practices in Socially Disadvantaged Families (Paus-Hasebrink)
  • What predicts how well parents know the screen time of their children?: The role of parent-child relationship and communication (Marciano, Petrocchi, Camerini)
  • Balancing trust and control: How adolescents between 9 and 16 and their parents negotiate issues of online safety (Rechlitz, Hasebrink, Brüggen, Gebel, Dreyer)

13:00 – 14:00    Lunch

14:00 – 15:30   Plenary Discussion: International dialogue on mediatisation of childhood and adolescence in the digital age (Chair: Marketa Zezulkova)

Lelia Green, Edith Cowan University (Australia),  Sherri Hope Culver, Temple University (United States),  Donna Chu, Chinese University of Hongkong (China), John Potter, University College London (United Kingdom).

15:30 – 15:45   Coffee & tea

15:45 – 17:15 Panels E&F

Panel E: Children’s online privacy against the background of commerce and legislation (Chair:Christine Trültzsch-Wijnen)

  • Children’s Online Privacy and Commercial Use of Data: Exploring the evidence (Livingstone, Stoilova)
  • The Economy of the Internet of Toys: A Marxist Critique (Capello)
  • Trust as a prerequisite or trust as an outcome? The relationship between trust, transparency and consent in child-specific privacy legislation (Dreyer)
  • A Legal Perspective on Trust, Control and Privacy in the Context of Sexting among Youngsters (Chatzinikolao, Lievens)

 Panel F: Challenges of mediatisation and digitalisation regarding trust and media literacy (Chair: Uwe Hasebrink)

  • Cultivating trust: The struggle of teaching critical media literacy in high poverty school (Friesem, Ayalon)
  • Why should(n’t) I? Disadvantaged Young People’s Attitudes Towards and Trust in ICTs (Helsper, Smirnova)
  • Children’s digital content creation and the formation of trust: Creative processes as resources of media and information literacy (Drotner)
  • How can good (health) apps for kids be found? Challenges in terms of trust, transparency and media literacy (Lampert)

16:45 – 17:15  Closing Session

Christine Trültzsch-Wijnen & Marketa Zezulkova




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