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MMD 16 - Sandra Cortesi - Youth and Online News

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MMD 16 - Sandra Cortesi - Youth and Online News

  1. 1. 11/14/16   1   Illustra-ons  by  Youth  and  Media     Youth  Advisor  Elsa  Brown   Youth and Online News MobileMedia Day2016November14, 2016 // SandraCortesi // Connect •  Twitter •  @sandracortesi •  @youthandmedia •  @digitallyconnected •  Facebook •  https://www.facebook.com/ youthandmediaberkmancenter •  Email: scortesi@cyber.law.harvard.edu •  Pages •  youthandmedia.org •  Digitallyconnected.org •  Conectadosalsur.org
  2. 2. 11/14/16   2   [In most cases, youth ages 12-18]
  3. 3. 11/14/16   3   social   media   privacy   safety   augmented   reality   skills  and   digital   literacy   online  news  ar-ficial   intelligence   informa-on   quality   Today – A Navigation Aid I.  Introduction II.  Online news - what we can learn from youth 1.  A broader understanding of news 2.  Mobile and platform diversification 3.  Interactivity III.  Ideas for youth engagement 1.  Shape your mindset / adapt a youth perspective 2.  Enter youth spaces 3.  Enable participation IV.  Why it matters
  4. 4. 11/14/16   4   Today – A Navigation Aid I.  Introduction II.  Online news - what we can learn from youth 1.  A broader understanding of news 2.  Mobile and platform diversification 3.  Interactivity III.  Ideas for youth engagement 1.  Shape your mindset / adapt a youth perspective 2.  Enter youth spaces 3.  Enable participation IV.  Why it matters 7   6   Ananda
  5. 5. 11/14/16   5   Today – A Navigation Aid I.  Introduction II.  Online news - what we can learn from youth 1.  A broader understanding of news 2.  Mobile and platform diversification 3.  Interactivity III.  Ideas for youth engagement 1.  Shape your mindset / adapt a youth perspective 2.  Enter youth spaces 3.  Enable participation IV.  Why it matters 
 
 A different understanding of news. 1
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  7. 7. 11/14/16   7   1)  Related to politics or current events Aligns with the systematic definition of news as information that empowers citizens to be active and engaged in democracy and community (Downie & Kaiser, 2003). Female, 17: “It depends, but the first things that come to mind, for me, when you hear about news, is politics or political things like the government. And I think of the newspaper because even news shows are not separate from gossip anymore.” (2013) 2) Anything “breaking” Aligns with the broad empirical definition of news as anything from information about current events to a friend’s new relationship (Cortesi, Haduong, Gasser, & Beaton, 2013). Female, 15: “News doesn’t have to be major, though – just something that needs to be told.” (2013) Female, 14: “Well, news means to me, I don’t know, updates. Things that are going on. Things that are going on around the world.” (2013) Male, 17: “New games.” (2013)
  8. 8. 11/14/16   8   3) “Feeds” and posts In the digitally networked environment, “news feeds” (Facebook) and “feeds” (Twitter, Tumblr) indicate that peers’ posts are news (Downie & Schudson, 2009). Female, 14: “Anything that people post counts as news. ‘Cause everything shows up in your news feed.” (2013) Male, 16: “If it shows up in my news feed, it’s news to me.” (2013) http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/126615?rskey=U7l680&result=1&isAdvanced=false#eid
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 Mobile and platform diversification. 2
  10. 10. 11/14/16   10   Platform Diversification 1.  Individual / peer group(s) 2.  Audiences 3.  Features / affordances 4.  Context 5.  Perceived intimacy/privacy What Teens Share on Social Media 20   Source: http://www.pewinternet.org/2013/05/21/what-teens-share-on-social-media/
  11. 11. 11/14/16   11   Platform Diversification in Numbers Source: Piper Jaffray – “Taking Stock with Teens” (Fall 2016) Snapchat   Instagram   Twi1er   Facebook   Pinterest   Google  +   Percentage of Teens Who Use SNS Once A Month - Fall 2016 + 2015 
 
 Interactivity. 3
  12. 12. 11/14/16   12   Today – A Navigation Aid I.  Introduction II.  Online news - what we can learn from youth 1.  A broader understanding of news 2.  Mobile and platform diversification 3.  Interactivity III.  Ideas for youth engagement 1.  Shape your mindset / adapt a youth perspective 2.  Enter youth spaces 3.  Enable participation IV.  Why it matters
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 Shape your mindset / adapt a youth perspective.1
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 Enter youth spaces. 2 As  (young)  users  shiN  priority  from  social   networks  to  messaging  apps  like   WhatsApp,  Snapchat,  Facebook   Messenger,  etc.,  they  have  become   powerful  news  plaTorms.    
  15. 15. 11/14/16   15   Source:  hVps://techcrunch.com/2016/11/10/facebook-­‐admits-­‐it-­‐must-­‐do-­‐more-­‐to-­‐ stop-­‐the-­‐spread-­‐of-­‐misinforma-on-­‐on-­‐its-­‐plaTorm/? ncid=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A +Techcrunch+%28TechCrunch%29   Source:  hVps://www.buzzfeed.com/alexkantrowitz/ mark-­‐zuckerberg-­‐on-­‐fake-­‐news-­‐iden-fying-­‐the-­‐truth-­‐is-­‐ compli?utm_term=.jurb45oKJ#.tn2B2KJ3N  
  16. 16. 11/14/16   16   Source:  hVp://www.geekwire.com/ 2016/wake-­‐trump-­‐victory-­‐ex-­‐twiVer-­‐ soNware-­‐engineer-­‐asks-­‐build/   
 
 Enable participation. 3
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  18. 18. 11/14/16   18   Today – A Navigation Aid I.  Introduction II.  Online news - what we can learn from youth 1.  A broader understanding of news 2.  Mobile and platform diversification 3.  Interactivity III.  Ideas for youth engagement 1.  Shape your mindset / adapt a youth perspective 2.  Enter youth spaces 3.  Enable participation IV.  Why it matters
  19. 19. 11/14/16   19   è 21st-century skills Source: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/03/21st-century-skills-future-jobs-students/
  20. 20. 11/14/16   20   Connect •  Twitter •  @sandracortesi •  @youthandmedia •  @digitallyconnected •  Facebook •  https://www.facebook.com/ youthandmediaberkmancenter •  Email: scortesi@cyber.law.harvard.edu •  Pages •  youthandmedia.org •  Digitallyconnected.org •  Conectadosalsur.org

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