Parenting for a Digital Future – Media activities in The Class Sonia Livingstone, together with Julian Sefton-Green, followed a class of London teenagers for a year to find out more about how they are, or in some cases are not, connecting online. In this post, Sonia discusses the diverse patterns of media use and digital engagement that counter the common narrative of screens simply dominating teenagers’ lives. The book about this research project, The Class: living and learning in the digital age, just came out. Sonia is Professor of Social Psychology at LSE’s Department of Media and Communications and has more than 25 years of experience in media research with a particular focus on children and young people.
Press Releases Companies from Emerging Markets Dominate Rankings of Worldâs Top Shareholder Value Creators, Says Report by The Boston Consulting Group About bcgperspectives.com Bcgperspectives.com features the latest thinking from BCG experts as well as from CEOs, academics, and other leaders. It covers issues at the top of senior management’s agenda. It also provides unprecedented access to BCG’s extensive archive of thought leadership stretching back 50 years to the days of Bruce Henderson, the firm’s founder and one of the architects of modern management consulting.
Dozens of teenagers told us what's cool in 2016 — these are their favorite (and least favorite) apps Ute Grabowsky/Photothek via Getty Images Last week, we decided to put together a state of the union on the American teenager. To learn what American teenagers in 2016 really like, and what they don't, we polled about 60 of them from across the US. We spoke with teens ages 13 to 19, in middle school, high school, and college. We asked them about their digital lives and habits, pop culture, and politics. Their answers offer a glimpse into what it's like being a teenager in 2016.
The Global Outsourcing 100 The Global Outsourcing 100® and The World's Best Outsourcing Advisors IAOP annually conducts an independent assessment of the capabilities of outsourcing service providers and advisors, and based on this assessment, publishes The Global Outsourcing 100 and The World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors and various sub-lists. The 2014 Global Outsourcing 100 and World's Best Outsourcing Advisors Companies apply for inclusion on the list by completing an online application.
Teenage Web UX: Designing Teen-Targeted Sites Teens are wired. Technology is so integrated with teenagers’ lives that creating useful and usable websites and apps for them is more critical than ever. To succeed in a world where the next best thing is a click away and text message interruptions are the rule, not the exception, website and app creators must clearly understand what teens want and how to keep them on a site. To understand the expectations of a generation that grew up with technology and the internet, we conducted qualitative usability studies with teenage participants to identify guidelines for how websites can be improved to match this age group’s’ abilities and preferences. Our research refutes many stereotypes, including the following:
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Brandz Welcome to the annual WPP BrandZTM Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands. This is the first year we have extended the ranking from 50 Chinese brands to 100. There are eight new categories covered and new valuable insights. On a year-on-year comparison with the 2013 China Top 50 and the 2014 Top 50, total brand value has rebounded, up 13% compared to a decline of -1.6% the previous year.