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Vlog Theories CO:RE at LSE Published: 08 Dec 2021

Uwe Hasebrink on the experience of the CO:RE project and synthesising evidence

Prof Uwe Hasebrink (Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut) on the challenges of synthesising the evidence on children in the digital world, the approach of the CO:RE project, and the lessons learned from the experience.

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Prof. em. Dr. Uwe Hasebrink is the former director of the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) (DE) and professor emeritus in Empirical Communication Research at the University of Hamburg. Since 2014, he is the coordinator of the European research network “EU Kids Online” and is a member of the steering group of the research network “Global Kids Online”. He is the Coordinator of the CO:RE project, oversees the general management and coordinates the project work and information flow.

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Team member, CO:RE at LSE

Mariya Stoilova

Mariya Stoilova is a post-doctoral researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) working on children’s rights, online risks and opportunities, and well-being. She is member of the CO:RE work package 5 on theory.

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The team at the LSE works on theory, providing a series of mutually cross-fertilising mechanisms to coordinate and support the theoretical dimension of research. The team identifies valuable theoretical concepts that offer multidisciplinary breadth and depth in understanding the long-term impact of digital media on children and youth, and coallates all in a comprehensive theories toolkit that provides guidance throughout the theory pathway, from (research) question to generating theory.

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