Media and Children's Rights

Social Networks Privacy

 (by André, Rafael, Artur, Cláudio)

 

Nowadays, most people and mainly children and teenagers use social networks, as Facebook.

Does Facebook have any kind of function to prevent children from exposing their personal information to all the world?

 

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Age restrictions

 

 

Criteria of age restriction and the differences between them?

How can / should we protect children?

 

  Children as models

 

 

Children in front of the camera - Do they really want it? Or just their parents?

 

  Music and Childrens Rights

 

 

Why isn´t there an age rating for music?


  The net

 

 

Age restriction in the internet - e.p. the safety in social networks like “Facebook”

 

 

 

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A Background Introduction to the task

 

This task is an assessable task which covers the broad subject of media in modern society. "Media" could be defined as a means of mass communications in our society. Media today takes several forms: the traditional print media of newspapers, and journals and magazines: broadcasting media through radio and television, and, more recently, digital media through the use of computers and the internet. There is now also the growth of "social media" a development from digital media, such as Facebook, Twitter, My Space  etc etc. There are many issues that arise from media in present society. This task requires you to research and address a topic of your choice below that looks at a particular issue in more details. For each topic in the list below, I have included several guiding questions to point you on what you might want to explore in the issue you have chosen. The task requires that you research your chosen topic, summarize your results of your research, thinking and views and present this research into a Power Point Presentation of about 15 minutes. You will be assessed on the quality of the material you have in your presentation, the depth and breadth of the topic covered and how you organize your presentation to capture the attention and interest of your audience.

 

 

TwinSpace- 2nd semester- Norway

4.Media and children’s rights- Nora, Andrea, Otilie

Convention on the Rights of the Child

How can media help children or how media can build a better world for the children.

How can media support children’s rights?

Journalists as champions of children’s rights

Campaigns- give examples of media campaigns that impress you or make a difference to our lives.

 How do media violate children’s rights?

How are young people portrayed in the media?

Laws/Conventions

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