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Recent advances in developmental literature relating to responsibility, respect, kindness and empathy: a tabular summary

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posted on 2024-06-28, 11:05 authored by Diane LevineDiane Levine, Michelle O'ReillyMichelle O'Reilly

The Digital Ethics of Care project was funded by the Economic and Social Research Councils Network+ 'eNurture'. The goal of the project was to understand how pre-adolescent children understood the concept of a digital 'ethics of care' in their interactions with others online. Data gathering took place in 2021 and comprised a paired interview approach with children-as-researchers. As a result of the analysis and consultations with teachers, artist Tom Cleaver created a game for use in schools.

The emerging digital ethics of care framework has four specific dimensions, namely Responsibility, Kindness, Respect and Empathy. The research team carried out a scan of recent literature that focused on these dimensions in relation to childhood and adolescence, as seen through a developmental lens. We summarise what we found in the table here.

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