Dr. Luci Pangrazio is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Monash University, Melbourne. She writes and researches young people’s use of digital media, with a particular focus on how and where they develop critical understandings. Luci’s PhD thesis entitled Becoming Digital: An exploration of digital media in young people’s lives explored how digital media use influences young people’s capacity to form and present identities, communicate with others and participate in society.
Her research interests include digital literacies, data literacies, young people’s digital worlds, software studies, platform studies, and creative and critical research methods.
Recent publications include:
Pangrazio, L.., 2016, Exploring provocation as a research method in the social sciences, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, In press,
Pangrazio, L.., 2016, Reconceptualising critical digital literacy, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 37(2):163-174.
Selwyn, N., Bulfin, S.A., Pangrazio, L.., 2015, Massive open online change? Exploring the discursive construction of the ‘MOOC’ in newspapers, Higher Education Quarterly 69(2):175-192
Bulfin, S., Pangrazio, L.., Selwyn, N., 2014, Making ‘MOOCs’: The construction of a new digital higher education within news media discourse, International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 15(5):290-305.
Pangrazio, L. 2013, Young people and Facebook: what are the challenges to adopting a critical engagement?, Digital Culture & Education 5(1):34-47