Jaunzems, Kelly

Edith Cowan University
Australia

Dr Kelly Jaunzems, of Edith Cowan University, is a passionate researcher in health and safety communication, combining this with five years’ experience in researching children’s and young people’s lives online. Kelly currently holds a research associate role in the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child.

Contributions

  • Articles
    This article is about refugees’ and migrants’ dreams of home and family and stems from an Australian Research Council Linkage Grant, “A Hand Up: Disrupting the Communication of Intergenerational Welfare Dependency” (LP140100935), with Partner Organisation St Vincent de Paul Society (WA) Inc. (Vinnies). A Vinnies-supported refugee and migrant support centre was chosen as one of the hubs for...Read more
  • Articles
    Introduction The public sphere includes a range of credible discourses asserting that a proportion of teenagers (“teens”) has an unhealthy dependence upon continuous connection with media devices, and especially smartphones. A review of media discourse (Jaunzems et al.) in Australia, and a critical review of public discourse in Australia and Belgium (Zaman et al.),...Read more