The Beano, the UK’s longest-running children’s comic, is often celebrated as ‘subversive’. But what does such a claim really mean?
Three decades on from the UN Convention, what does it mean to talk about children’s rights in relation to media?
A proposal to extend the ban on TV junk food advertising isn’t supported by the evidence – and it could cause collateral damage.
A critical media education approach: using the concept of audiences to teach about social media.
Questioning some of the media hype about ‘mental health’ in recent debates about children, young people and social media.
Amid some exaggerated concern about the ‘sexualisation’ of girls, Joel Best and Katherine Bogle’s book ‘Kids Gone Wild’ offers a good dose of sanity and critical thinking.