“Our children are perfectly at home on YouTube, but they have no idea how a vacuum cleaner works”

José van Dijck, professor of the University of Utrecht. Her research area is media studies and communication

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José van Dijck , professor of the University of Utrecht. Her research area is media studies and communication

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