Dr Ksenia Frolova is a Lecturer in Media, Film and Television at Edge Hill University. She has recently completed her PhD at the University of East Anglia. Her doctoral project was an audience study that has examined the use of media technology in the context of contemporary parenting in the UK. Ksenia’s research interests include digital television, media audiences, social media, media technology, gender politics and feminist theory.
“They’ll watch TV on anything”: Children’s ‘messy’ media use and blurring boundaries between media devices and practices
This blog post is part of my PhD research into parents and children’s media use in the home. In this research, I was primarily interested in the experiences of contemporary parenting with regards to media and media technology. In the process, it uncovered various issues around children’s media use in the home and parents’ understanding […]