Regulation in the Media – Professor Sonia Livingstone in Conversation with Mark Dixon (Twilight 30.11.21)
Professor Sonia Livingstone is one of the ‘key thinkers’ on regulation for the ‘Media Industries’ element of A Level Media Studies. She is the author of 20 books on media audiences and has a particular interest in the risks and opportunities the media offer children and young people. This is an exciting opportunity to hear her first-hand as she talks about her work in conversation with Mark Dixon, who has run several popular online twilights for EMC. Mark will introduce Livingstone’s work in the context of the A Level, and will also show how he would help students to apply her work to a set text.
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Course tutors: Sonia Livingstone, chaired by Mark Dixon
Sonia Livingstone is a professor in the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has published 20 books on media audiences, including The Class: Living and Learning in the Digital Age (with Julian Sefton-Green). Her new book is Parenting for a Digital Future: How hopes and fears about technology shape children’s lives (OUP), with Alicia Blum-Ross.
Mark Dixon is an Eduqas A Level examiner and Head of Media and Film at Durham Sixth Form Centre. He is also a freelance author, and has written for the Guardian, TES, MediaMagazine and Teach Secondary as well as authoring a range of digital resources for Eduqas Media.
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