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Title: 
Adolescent usage of messaging in gaming and in the field
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Issue Date: 
Aug-2004
Citation: 
Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Narrative and Interactive Learning Environments, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2004.
Abstract: 
This paper reports on the pilot study of a doctoral thesis which focuses on how the
social software of the mobile internet, such as text messaging and picture messaging, is
used by teenagers in the process of constructing negotiated and shared understandings
of unfamiliar environments in which they find themselves.
To this end, the study was constructed such that students were given
opportunities to collaboratively explore and navigate unfamiliar environments using the
technologies of the mobile internet, as well as to engage in debate, and use multimedia
evidence recorded in the field to defend their positions both to peers in the field and in
the classroom, regarding various issues of concern to these environments, with specific
links being made to their studies in geography
URI: 
Project number: 
CRP 14/03 JH
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