Digital life – From cradle to grave
As digital media has become ubiquitous in our everyday lives, researchers in this stream examine the role of new technologies in shaping our experiences of different aspects and stages of life: from early childhood, to care-giving, to transnational migration, and also at the threshold and beyond human life (pre-birth, pregnancy and memorialising). Pressing questions about social, ethical, legal, and philosophical implications of digital media applications frame the research activities in this stream.
Dr Bjørn Nansen
Dr Wonsun Shin
Dr Wilfred Wang
Dr Lauren Bliss
Dr Erin Stapleton
The Future Cemetery
The research investigates the potential of new and innovative technologies to be incorporated into Australian cemeteries and memorial spaces.
Engaging older Chinese Australians with digital media during COVID-19 lockdown
This project studies digital media use among older Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.
Research-centric project-based Korean studies in Melbourne
This research project aims to raise the quality, impact, and profile of Korean Studies.
How parenting factors and child educational environment influence children’s online risk-taking behaviours: A mixed method assessment
This research project examined how parenting and educational environmental factors were associated with children’s online risk-taking behaviours.
This research project investigates how Asian youth in Australia learn about COVID-19 through social media and the extent to which they are exposed to COVID-19-related racism on social media.