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Meeting of Minds: Cross-Generational Dialogue on the Ethics of Digital Life

Meeting of Minds: Cross-Generational Dialogue on the Ethics of Digital Life

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Published by Derek E. Baird
This report from Global Kids, Common Sense Media, and Harvard University's GoodPlay Project aims to document what we learned through the Focus Dialogues, the first cross-generational online conversation on digital media and ethics.

It will highlight how adults and youth think about ethical issues online through the use of direct quotes and information from the Dialogues and provide context around what we believe is the first step towards addressing issues relating to ethics in the digital age.
This report from Global Kids, Common Sense Media, and Harvard University's GoodPlay Project aims to document what we learned through the Focus Dialogues, the first cross-generational online conversation on digital media and ethics.

It will highlight how adults and youth think about ethical issues online through the use of direct quotes and information from the Dialogues and provide context around what we believe is the first step towards addressing issues relating to ethics in the digital age.

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Published by: Derek E. Baird on Dec 04, 2009
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Meeting of Minds:Cross-Generational Dialogueon the Ethics of Digital Life
October 2009Global Kids, Inc.The GoodPlay Projectat Harvard University’sProject ZeroCommon Sense Media
 
At times it can feel like today’s youth areadrift in a strange, new digital world.Parents and educators offer whatguidance they can, yet struggle to makesense of it all.If adults wish to learn from youth’sexperiences and provide the guidancethey need, cross-generational dialogueis critical.
 
3Global Kids, Inc./The GoodPlay Project at Harvard University’s Project Zero/Common Sense Media/ 
Today’s youth inhabit new digital social spacesoreign to most adults. These spaces oer unpre-cedented opportunities or connection, creativity,and community. At the same time they presentchallenges that are oten either invisible to adultsor exaggerated beyond reason.It can be difcult or parents, educators, and otheradults to talk about these challenges with youngpeople, especially i they eel intimidated by youthwho navigate sites like Facebook or master videogames eortlessly.This report aims to document what we learnedthrough the Focus Dialogues, the frst cross-generational online conversation on digital mediaand ethics. It will highlight how adults andyouth think about ethical issues online throughthe use o direct quotes and inormation rom theDialogues and provide context around what webelieve is the frst step towards addressing issuesrelating to ethics in the digital age.
The Focus Dialogues, associatedresearch and report produced by:Rai Santo, Carrie James, KatieDavis, Shira Lee Katz, Linda Burch,and Barry Joseph.

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