Matilda Blyth, Peter Cuyvers, Peter Schouten, Bernike Pasveer
Family and New Media Book Gender and Computer Games The authors combine their research on children's narrative to look at kids as consumers and users of new media. This is one of the few analyses of the construction of gendered stereotypes in computer games. Justine Cassell and Henry Jenkins. From Barbie to Mortal Kombat: Gender and Computer Games. MIT Press, 1998. Book Growing Up Digital The first generation to "grow up digital" has arrivedthe N-generation. By hyping the phenomenon Tapscott shows how this new generation plays, thinks, and learns, changing social interaction as we currently understand it. Don Tapscott.…
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