By Pal Andre Aarsand.
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Children’s computer activities are not confined within a single place or restricted to one arena, rather they are located in different places, such as classrooms and living rooms, and virtual spaces, such as computer game spaces and online chatting. The research process has been a matter of following computer activities in different sites (cf. Marcus, 1995). The site is of importance not only with regard to what is studied, but also with regard to how this is done. How this has been done will be described below, starting with the fieldwork in a school setting and then moving on to the home settings.
Sloan foundation. Karin Aronsson leads the Swedish project, Elinor Ochs the American part and Clotilde Pontecorvo the Italian part of the project. 35 own house (or in one case a large flat) and are seen as ‘middle-class’ families in line with the relatively broad definition of the overall large-scale project. All of the families turned out to have at least one computer in the house. The families were recruited through information given by the research team at parental meetings in school, and those who found it interesting contacted the research team and are thus ‘self-elected’ for the study.
2002) have shown how the interactional pattern changed when computers were treated as part of the situation (in that the computer was oriented to as a third party). When transcribing, I have made the computer an actor based on the assumption that it may make a difference in the situation, that it is oriented to in the turn taking system and that it becomes visible as an actor in the ‘social’ interaction. This means that the principle of proof procedures has been used as an analytical tool, but without principally making a difference between human and non-human.
Around the screen : computer activities in children's everyday lives by Pal Andre Aarsand.