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Qualitative Panel Study on Media Socialisation Funded for Another Three Years

Qualitative Panel Study on Media Socialisation Funded for Another Three Years

How family life changes over time and what significance the use of (digital) media has for shaping the relationships between family members is being researched by a team at the HBI led by Dr. Claudia Lampert together with the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg (Prof. Dr. Rudolf Kammerl). The joint project "Connected Kids - Socialisation in a Changing Media Environment" investigates how digital media change the way children grow up.
The DFG project will now be funded for another three years. The project team can thus continue the longitudinal study that began in 2018.
Further information on the project: Photo by Vitolda Klein on Unsplash


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