Research Methods Used in Studying Media Consumption and Children in a Diaspora. A Case of Japanese Families in London

Kondo, K. 2008. Research Methods Used in Studying Media Consumption and Children in a Diaspora. A Case of Japanese Families in London. in: Rydin, I. and Sjöberg, U. (ed.) Mediated Crossroads. Identity, Youth Culture and Ethnicity Theoretical and Methodological Challenges Göteborg, Sweden UNESCO International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media, Nordicom, Goteborg University. pp. 93-112

Chapter titleResearch Methods Used in Studying Media Consumption and Children in a Diaspora. A Case of Japanese Families in London
AuthorsKondo, K.
EditorsRydin, I. and Sjöberg, U.
Abstract

The contributing authors present empirical work on the media and cultural practices of migrants in a wide range of countries such as Belgium, Finland, Greece, Israel, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.K, and the empirical data are framed by theoretical discussions on a more general level. The collection of studies is characterized by a discursive, everyday life perspective, in which concrete cases of migrant life – with a focus on children, women, families or young people – in relation to media and popular culture are analysed.

Keywordsethnography, the media, children, research methods
Book titleMediated Crossroads. Identity, Youth Culture and Ethnicity Theoretical and Methodological Challenges
Page range93-112
Year2008
PublisherUNESCO International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media, Nordicom, Goteborg University
Publication dates
Published01 Mar 2008
Place of publicationGöteborg, Sweden
ISBN978-91-89471-65-8
File
File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
Web address (URL)https://www.nordicom.gu.se/en/publikationer/mediated-crossroads-identity-youth-culture-and-ethnicity

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