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The Digital Youth Network: Cultivating Digital Media Citizenship in Urban Communities


reviewed by Terry Vaughan, III, Brenda Nyandiko Sanya & Cameron McCarthy — February 09, 2016

coverTitle: The Digital Youth Network: Cultivating Digital Media Citizenship in Urban Communities
Author(s): Brigid Barron, Kimberley Gomez, Nichole Pinkard, Caitlin K. Martin
Publisher: MIT Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 0262027038, Pages: 344, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 09, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 19414, Date Accessed: 11/19/2017 12:41:21 PM

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  • Terry Vaughan, III
    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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    TERRY VAUGHAN III is a doctoral Student in the Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research interests include cultural studies, discourse, and the cultural significance of higher education programs. Currently he is studying the political importance of the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program amid concerns for diversity and inclusion within academia. He recently published a study on the McNair program titled “The work of Scholars: An Institutional Ethnography of a McNair Scholars’ class" in Ethnography and Education.
  • Brenda Nyandiko Sanya
    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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    BRENDA NYANDIKO SANYA is a Ph.D. candidate and Cultures of Law in Global Contexts fellow at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Broadly, her research explores educative practices and spaces where identities, rights, and documentation are contested, produced, and reproduced, and circulated in and through global landscapes. Currently, Sanya’s research is focused on African immigration to the U.S. She uses theories from the fields of Black, postcolonial, and queer studies to generate a conversation about the social boundaries of immigration documentation and rights and the institutional use of discourses associated with educational achievement. Sanya’s work on education and black diasporas, transnational feminism, mobility and technology in Kenya, and archiving African feminist histories has been published in Feminist Africa, Left History, Transnational Social Review, Policy Futures in Education, in Mobilized Identities: Mediated Subjectivities and Cultural Crisis in the Neoliberal Era, and most recently in Kenya after Fifty: Reconfiguring Education, Gender, and Policy.
  • Cameron McCarthy
    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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    CAMERON MCCARTHY is Hardie Fellow and University Scholar in the Department of Educational Policy, Leadership and Organization (EPOL) and in the Institute of Communications Research at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is the former Director and Divisional Coordinator of the Global Studies in Education Program at the UofI. Professor McCarthy teaches courses in globalization studies, postcolonialism, mass communications theory and cultural studies at his university. His latest books are Mobile Identities, Mobile Subjects: Knowledge and Cultural Transformation in the Global Age (Common Ground Press, 2014) and Elite Schools in Globalizing Circumstances: New Conceptual Directions and Connections (Routledge, 2015). Professor McCarthy is currently one of the lead-investigators of the “Elite Schools in Globalizing Circumstances” global ethnography study of youth and education in nine countries: India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barbados, South Africa, England, Australia, Northern Cyprus and Argentina.
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