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The 2012 appearance on YouTube of a speech about banking reform prompted mainstream news coverage and hundreds of online comments, dwelling less on the content of the speech than on the speaker, Victoria Grant, a twelve year-old girl. A qualitative content analysis of over 600 comments revealed disagreement about children's capacities as participants in political and economic discussions. Commenters' mixed beliefs were linked to dominant, frequently contradictory, discourses of childhood.doi:10.2307/canajsocicahican.40.2.163 fatcat:4oen5bh5bnfz7h73kdzpgyjbdu