Global Youth & Media - Notions of Cosmopolitanism in the Global Public Space

Grant number: DP0985703 | Funding period: 2009 - 2015



As Australia repositions itself in the globalized world of the 21st century, an understanding of new global communication spheres is increasingly important. Our research into the mediated experience and expectations of globalization among 14-17 year olds in 12 countries is explicitly concerned with the possibilities of future world citizenship among the most highly networked generation to date. Its findings will be of value to education, media and cultural policy makers in Australia. Through the data and analysis it will provide insights into the changing forms of national and global citizenship, national and global public space, and the integration of both into regional identities and commu..

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