Milovan ‏‏‎ ‏‏‎ Savić
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He is currently in the final months of his doctorate at the Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. His research is looking at families with preteen and teen children and how they negotiate the use of digital and social media. More broadly, his research interests include online communication, privacy, social media, and pretty much anything that is about the internet. The social aspect of it, at least. Milovan also has extensive teaching experience, and during the past couple of years, he has taught various courses across sociology and media & communications disciplines including Sociology of Young People, Internet Communication, Digital Communities, Media & Society, Marketing Communications etc. Most recently, he has been engaged as a project manager in a research project looking at technological interventions to improve support service provision to the vulnerable young parents. Before entering academia, Milovan was active in the intercultural youth work field across Europe, organising various educational events for young people. He has worked closely with the German-French Youth office as one of their accredited trainers for the intercultural exchange programs. Furthermore, Milovan was actively contributing to the development of youth policy in Serbia and was in charge of setting foundations of the local youth policy in the City of Novi Sad.

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