By leaving data traces, young people have become even more interesting for the economy. Publishing consumption patterns also seems to be vital to the functioning of social networks and within peer groups.
The pressure is high, especially for children and young people, to belong – with the right headphones, the hottest game or the coolest clothes. Criticism of this consumption behaviour is not welcome by both parents and children.
What can be done from a pedagogical point of view to make it possible for children and young people to experience their individual strengths beyond consumer pressure?
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