Op de Beeck, H. (2014). The power of perceptions - Exploring the relation between exposure to traditional and alternative media frames and self-esteem among adolescents and young adults. Gent: Kenniscentrum Kinderrechten vzw.
- This paper explores the relationship between images children and young people see in the media, and their self-esteem.
Lembrechts, S. (2013). Balancing on a double-edging sword - A child rights perspective on media power & Roma children, Presentation at the conference 'Media Trends: Children & The Media - Challenging Crossroads', Webster University Geneva, 9 April 2013.
- This presentation analyses the positive (emancipatory) and negative (stigmatising and discriminating) powers of media on minority groups like Roma, and looks into opportunities of taking a children’s rights approach to restore this power imbalance.
Op de Beeck, H. (2014). The power of perceptions. Correlations between media images and children and youth’s self-esteem. Presentation at the conference ‘25 Years CRC’ organised by the Department of Child Law of Leiden University, Leiden, 17-19 November 2014.
- This presentation explains the correlation between images children and young people see of themselves and their peers in the media, and their self-esteem.