Play, young people and wellbeing; cross-cultural and intergenerational uses of digital media for intimacy; digital and creative ethnography; mobile media and loss; urban play, hybrid reality and sociality
Larissa has a commitment to critical, ethnographic, creative and interdisciplinary understandings to the socio-cultural dimensions of media practices in the Asia-Pacific region. More recently her work has explored the role of media in ageing, death and loss rituals as can be seen in her co-authored book, Haunting Hands (Oxford Uni Press). Currently she is working with Keio University in Japan and Fudan University in China on cross-cultural learnings on ageing and dying well.
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