Children's digital content creation: Towards a processual understanding of media production among Danish children

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This article explores how we may study children’s digital content
creation as creative processes of production. Based on a case study
of 6-16-year-olds’ filmmaking in an out-of-school context, the analysis
identifies three interlaced categories marking the production
processes: Social interaction, semiotic negotiation and practicebased
learning. Results demonstrate that joint creation of new
film narratives unleashes students’ playful exploration, trains multimodal
skills, and catalyzes modes of reflexivity that are germane to
complex problem-solving. In conclusion, it is argued that digital
content creation needs added pedagogical attention as a means of
advancing children’s democratic rights of expression as societal
resources, not as individual requisites.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJournal of Children and Media
Vol/bind14
Udgave nummer2
Sider (fra-til)221-236
ISSN1748-2798
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2. apr. 2020

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  • children, adolescents, filmmaking, media, media literacy

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