As part of their Studies in Childhood and Youth Series Palgrave have just published Childhood, Mobile Technologies and Everyday Experiences Changing Technologies = Changing Childhoods? Which may be of interest:
Many children's everyday lives, their identities, their relationships and their communities are increasingly interwoven with mobile internet technologies. Based upon up-to-date research and a highly robust theoretical framework, this impressive and timely volume examines the current debates in relation to childhood as a social and cultural construction, mobile internet technologies and children's everyday experiences.
Drawing on the social studies of childhood paradigm and key debates in socio-technical studies, this book provides a much-needed critical and theoretical exploration of children's interactions with mobile internet technologies in late modernity. Exploring technology in relation to relationships, changing perspectives on childhood and risk, and the role of mobile internet technologies in children's educational experiences, Childhood, Mobile Technologies and Everyday Experiences examines the complex and dynamic nature of childhood in contemporary society, and offers a significant contribution the field of childhood and youth studies.