Why and how do digital natives use social networks and technology as a means of communication, what are the capabilities and limitations of these media, and what are the interpretations and implications for the adult world?
Conversations about the meaning and use that young people make of social networks and technology.
The relationship between young people and adults is a complex topic that requires both sides to make a considerable effort: understanding each other, learning to really look at each other, trying to find a compromise and accepting that sometimes, there isn’t one. In the world, young people are children and students, adults are parents, bosses, teachers, and school staff; we are all on a journey along the same path of growth, sometimes in harmony and sometimes on completely opposing sides. Dialogue “between the parties” is the first step of the way, and it seems fair to ask how this dialogue should be set up, and how young people often try to interact with adults using “unconventional” tools.
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- Saturday 7 October: 15:00-16:30
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