The Youth Digital Media Ecologies Project is a national research program looking at how 175 youth media production groups in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal have shaped the urban ecologies of Canada’s 3 largest cities. The site includes lists and maps of influential youth media organizations, their primary objectives, the kind of media they work with, and the diverse range of young people they serve.
The YDME hosted at SFU’s School of Communication and are funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities (Standard Research Grant Program). The primary investigator for this project is Dr. Stuart R. Poyntz
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