Academic results with journalistic flair

Academic results with journalistic flair

Organisation: The Conversation (United Kingdom)

Publication Date: 03/27/2016


Size of team/newsroom:small


This article was published within 36 hours of the publication of a national survey data, released by the UK's largest literacy charity Book Trust. The survey provided some sobering results in relation to UK parents' views and practices with digital media at home. In my article, I put these results in perspective with other key survey data in the field, including international trends in parents' media practices.The article was republished on several UK and US parent-oriented websites (e.g., Children's Media Foundation, Joan Ganz Cooney Centre) and its translated version on German It has become a reference point for many teachers, parents and researchers interested in parents' use of media at home.

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Innovative use of data, in-depth analysis written in high-quality and explanatory style.

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No specific technologies used (the article was written using the Conversation submission platform).


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