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Camille Lapointe

Thesis supervisor: Fenwick McKelvey

Camille is a Master's student in Media Studies at Concordia University and holds a BA in Communications and Cultural Studies from the same institution. Her research interest emerges from questions about the evolving norms of parenting in the digital age. With a focus on parental mediation practices and communication, Camille explores how parents moderate their youth’s social media use in the domestic context. Her investigation aims to draw a comprehensive map of available online resources for francophone parents and how they respond to media literacy and parental mediation approaches. Her research is particularly tailored to the Canadian context, with a specific focus on francophone parents and households in Quebec. Through her work, Camille aspires to offer new understandings of the social construction of good parenting in an era characterized by an unprecedented proliferation of online information.

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