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Transgression as Creative Freedom and Creative Control

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Presentation to the University of Lapland, April 23, 2019.

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Transgression as Creative Freedom and Creative Control

  1. 1. Transgression as Creative Freedom and Creative Control Renee Hobbs University of Lapland MEDU 3107 Diversity in Media Education April 23, 2019
  2. 2. Hobbs, R. (2019). Transgression as creative freedom and creative control in the media production classroom. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education 11(3), 207 215. Hobbs, R .& Grafe, S. (2015). YouTube pranking across cultures. First Monday 20(7). https://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/5981/4699
  3. 3. EmpowermentProtection
  4. 4. • 11% received experienced online harrassment in the past year • 23% of youth reported unwanted exposure to sexual material in the past 12 months • 13% saw violent sexual porn in the past year • 16% of youth report at least one stress symptom as a result of exposure N = 1560 children and youth ages 10 – 17 Crimes Against Children Research Center, University of New Hampshire American children experience risk online
  5. 5. European children experience risk online EU Kids Online, 2013 N = 25,142 children ages 9 – 16 in 25 countries
  6. 6. European children experience risk online
  7. 7. European children experience risk online EU Kids Online, 2013 N = 25,142 children ages 9 – 16 in 25 countries
  8. 8. In the past 12 months have you seen or experienced something on the Internet that has bothered you in some ways? For example, made you feel uncomfortable, upset, or feel that you shouldn’t have seen it? 17% of European children have been bothered, uncomfortable or upset by something online in the last year EU Kids Online, 2013 N = 25142 children ages 9 – 16 in 25 countries European children experience risk online
  9. 9. In the past 12 months have you seen or experienced potentially harmful user-generated content? 31% of European children aged 13 - 14 have seen or experienced potentially harmful user-generated content EU Kids Online, 2013 N = 25142 children ages 9 – 16 in 25 countries European children experience risk online
  10. 10. Internet Safety Curriculum
  11. 11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_y8RdJ0HzY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyOr9RAMzmM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQff6yj6vWA The „Maze Game“ on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2R9YTXJeWE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-MAR7n3qrQ
  12. 12. Pranking: Transgression as Play 27,449,445 views as of April 20, 2019
  13. 13. Child Victim Experiences Distress Child Victim Experiences Distress Scary Maze Game Pranks Take Many Forms
  14. 14. Teen Victim with Family Pranksters Peers Pranking Each Other Scary Maze Game Pranks Take Many Forms
  15. 15. This made me feel ___________________ because __________________________.
  16. 16. Representational Ethics
  17. 17. Representational Ethics Consent Free Will Intentionality Consequences Social Good Spectatorship
  18. 18. Consider the Subject Subject • Consent. Did the subject consent in the making of the video? • Free Will. Did the subject exercise free will in choosing to participate in the game? Or was there coercion, where the subject was not truly free to refuse to participate?
  19. 19. Consider the Author Author • Consequences. Did the author consider the consequences of their actions on the subject? On the audience? • Social Good. Does the effect of their actions contribute to furthering healthy social relationships and a good society? • Intentionality. Did the author act with good will towards the subject? Towards the audience?
  20. 20. Consider the Audience Audience • Intentionality. Did the viewer/reader/audience have good will towards the author? Towards the subject? • Spectatorship in a Relational World. Does the viewer/reader/audience consider the consequences of their actions as a spectator? On self? On others? On society?
  21. 21. Representational Ethics Consent Free Will Intentionality Consequences Social Good Spectatorship
  22. 22. TRANSGRESSION IN SCHOOL MEDIA PRODUCTION When student work or behavior is “inappropriate” in the context of schooling
  23. 23. Renee Hobbs Email: hobbs@uri.edu Twitter: @reneehobbs www.mediaeducationlab.com SOURCES Hobbs, R. (2019). Transgression as creative freedom and creative control in the media production classroom. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education 11(3), 207 215. Hobbs, R .& Grafe, S. (2015). YouTube pranking across cultures. First Monday 20(7). https://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/f m/article/view/5981/4699

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