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Bypassing digital literacy: Marginalized citizens’ tactics for participation and inclusion in digital societies

Creative Autonomy in the Newsroom: How Hierarchy Impacts Innovative Behaviour

Playfully building resilience: Dutch children’s risk-managing tactics in digital risky play

The paradox of play: How Dutch children develop digital literacy via offline engagement with digital media

Learning machine learning: On the political economy of big tech's online AI courses

Pleitbezorger van de voetbalkijker: Het discours over voetbal op televisie in de Nederlandse dagbladen tussen 1950 en 1980

Scary, But Fun: Children’s Explorations Of Digital Risky Play

The discursive logics of online populism: Social media as a “pressure valve” of public debate in China

The Journalist in the Story: Conceptualizing Ethos as Integral Framework to Study News Production, News Texts and News Audiences

What feels like news? Young people’s perceptions of news on Instagram

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