InternetRefs

Last updated: 12th March 2014
* = Updated 12th Marc 2014
** = Updated 25th January 2013

The internet raises more difficulties compared to the other references collected since there are more decisions about what to include - and exclude. The following selection of references often reflects my choices about which papers, chapters, books etc relate to my interest in ICTs in everyday life. Hence, they usually report empirical research, often relating the offline and online. More recently I have started to add more material that reflects online experiences such as those on social networking sites since I have started to do work in this area. The children and the internet references also reflect my involvement in the project EU Kids Online.

Aas-Hansen, S. (2007) På nett med barna? Et hefte om barn og unges internettbruk. (On the Net with Children? A Report about Children and Young People's Use of the Internet). Oslo: Redd Barna (Save the Children).

Abelman, R. (2007) ‘Fighting the War on Independency: Mediating TV, Internet, and Videogame Usage among Achieving and Underachieving Gifted Children’, Roeper Review, Vol 29, pp 100-12.

Acquisti, A. and R. Gross, R. (2006) Imagined Communities: Awareness, Information Sharing and Privacy on The Facebook. Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, Cambridge, UK, 2006.

Agger, B. (2004) The Virtual Self, Blackwell, Malden, MA.

**Ahn. J. (2012) 'Teenagers’ Experiences With Social Network Sites:Relationships to Bridging and Bonding Social Capital', The Information Society, 28: 99–109

Aisbett, K. (2001) The Internet at Home: A Report on Internet Use in the Home, Australian Broadcasting Authority, Sydney.

Anchor Ireland (2007) The Anchor Watch_Your_Space Survey: Survey of Irish Teenagers’ Use of Social Networking Websites. Available at www.webwise.ie/GenPDF.aspx?id=1744|

Anderson, B. (2004) Passing by, Passing Through and Dropping Out, Chimera working paper, University of Essex.

Anderson B (2008) The social impact of broadband household internet access. Information, Communication and Society 11(1): 5–24.

Anderson, B. (2006) Passing by and Passing Through’, in Kraut, R, Brynin, M. and Kiesler, S. (2006) Computers, Phones and the Internet. Domesticating Information Technology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.32-42

Anderson, B, Gale, C et al (2003) ‘Domesticating Broadband – What Really Matters to Consumers’, in Turnball, J. and Garrett, S. (eds) Broadband Applications and the Digital Home, IEE, London, pp.156-76

Anderson, B. and Raban, Y. (2005) The Social Impact of Broadband Household Internet Access, Chimera working paper, University of Essex.

Anderson, B. and Tracey, K. (2001) ‘Digital Living: The Impact (or Otherwise) of the Internet on Everyday Life’, American Behavioral Scientist  Vol. 45, No.3, November, pp.456-75.

Anderson, B. and Tracey, K. (2002) ‘Digital Living: The Impact (or Otherwise) of the Internet on Everyday Life’, Wellman, B. and Haythornthwaite, C. (eds) The Internet in Everyday Life, Blackwell, Oxford, pp.139-63.

Annese, S. and Traetta, M. (2008) Inside and Outside the Web: Blended Communities between Participation and Identity. Paper for the 2008 AoIR Conference 'Rethinking Community, Rethinking Places',16th-19th October, IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark

Awad, N. F. and Krishnan, M. (2006) 'The Personalization Privacy Paradox: An Empirical Evaluation of Information Transparency and the Willingness to be Profiled Online for Personalization', MIS Quarterly, Vol. 30, .No.1, pp.13-28.

Bakardjieva, M. (2001) Becoming a Domestic Internet User. Paper for the conference ‘e-Usages’, Paris, 12th-14th June.

Bakardjieva, M. (2003) ‘Virtual Togetherness: An Everyday Life Perspective’, Media, Culture and Society, Vol.23, No.3, pp.291-313

Bakardjieva, M. (2005) Internet Society. The Internet in Everyday Life, Sage, London.

Bakardjieva, M (2006) ‘The Consumption junction Revisited: Networks and Contexts’, in Kraut, R, Brynin, M. and Kiesler, S. (2006) Computers, Phones and the Internet. Domesticating Information Technology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.97-108.  

Bakardjieva, M (2008) 'Making Sense of Broadband in Rural Alberta', Canada, Observatorio, Vol. 1, No.4, pp.33-35.

Bakardjieva, M. (2009) 'Subactivism: Lifeworld and Politics in the Age of the Internet'. The Information Society 25: 91–104.

Bakardjieva, M. and Smith, R. (2001) ‘The Internet in Everyday Life: Computer Networking from the Standpoint of the Domestic User’, New Media and Society, Vol.3, No.1, pp.67-84.

Bargh, J. and McKenna, K. (2004) ‘The Internet and Social Life’, Annual Review of Psychology, 55, 573-90.

Baron, N. (2008) Talk, Text or View: How much of ourselves do we Reveal? Presentation at the conference ‘The Role if New Technologies in Global Societies. Theoretical Reflections, Practical concerns, and its Implications for China, Hong Kong, 30th-31st July.

Baron, N. (2009) 'The Myth of the Impoverished Signal: Dispelling the Spoken Language Fallacy for Emoticons in Online Communications', in Vincent, J. and Fortunati, L. (2009) Electronic Emotion. The Mediation of Emotion via Information and Communication Technologies, Peter Lang, Oxford, pp.107-36.

Baron, N., Squires, L., Trench, S. and Thompson, M. (2005) ‘Tethered or Mobile? Use of Away Messages in Instant Messaging by American College Students’, in Ling, R. and Pedersen, P. (eds) Mobile Communications: Renegotiation of the Social Sphere, Springer, London, pp.293-312.

Barnes, S.B. (2006) ‘A Privacy Paradox: Social Networking in the United States’ First Monday, Vol. 11, No. 9, URL: http://www.firstmonday.org/ISSUES/issue11_9/barnes/, (consulted 9 March 2007)

Barra, M (2003) Childhood and Internet. Interactions in the Web. Paper at V ESA Conference, Murcia, Spain.

Bauwens, J. (2012) ‘Teenagers, the Internet and Morality’, in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) (2012) Generational Use of New Media Ashgate. Aldershot, 31-48.

Bauwens, J., Lobe, B., Segers, K. and Tsaliki, L. (2009) 'A Shared Responsibility: Similarities and Differences in the Factors that Shape Online Risk Assessment for Children in Europe', Journal of Children and the Media, 3 (4): 316-30.

**Baym NK (2010) Personal Connections in the Digital Age. Malden, MA: Polity.

Baym, N., Zhang, Y-B and Lin, M-C. (2004) ‘Social Interactions across Media: Interpersonal Communication on the Internet, Telephone and Face-to –Face’, New Media and Society, Vol.6, No.3, pp.299-318.

Bastani, S. and Fazel-Zarandi, M. (2008) ‘The Effect of Internet Usage on Interpersonal Relationships: A Case Study’, Observatorio, Vol. 2, No 3, p.293-306.

**Beaudoin, C. E. 2008. Explaining the relationship between Internet use and interpersonal trust: Taking into account motivation and information overload. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 13:550–68.

Beaudouin, V. and Velkovska, J. (2000) ‘Structuring a Communication Space on the Internet. Newsgroups, Web-sites and Email’, Réseaux: The French Journal of Communication, Vol.7, No.2.  

Bennett, S., Maton, K. and Kervin, L. (2008) ‘The “Digital Natives” Debate: A critical Review of the Evidence’, British Journal of Educational Technology, vol. 39, no. 5, pp. 775–786.

Berg, A-J (1999) Minitel, Internet and Everyday Life: Domesticating Progress? Paper presented at a workshop on ‘Technology and Modernity, The Empirical Turn’. Enschede, the Netherlands.

**Berry C, Kim S, and Spigel L (eds) (2010) Electronic Elsewheres: Media, Technology, and the Experience of Social Space. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Bergman, S. and van Zoonen, L. (1999) ‘Fishing with False Teeth: Women, Gender and the Internet’, in Downey, J. and McGuigan, J. (eds) Technocities, Sage: London, pp.90-107.

Bessiere, K., Kiesler, S., Kraut, R. and Boneva, B. (2008) ‘Effects of Internet use and social resources on changes in depression’. Information, Communication and Society 11: 47–70.

Bevort, E. and Breda, I. (2001) Les Jeunes et Internet. Représentations, Usages et appropriations (Young people and the Internet. Representations, Uses and Appropriations) , CLEMI, Octobre.

Bingham, N., Holloway, S. and Valentine, G. (1999) ‘Where do you Want to go Tomorrow? The Connection and Organisation of Children and the Internet’, Environment & Planning D: Society & Space, No. 17, pp.655-72

Bingham, N., Valentine, G. and Holloway, S. (2001) ‘Bodies in the Midst of Things: Re-Locating Children's Use of the Internet’, in Watson, N. (Ed.) Reformulating Bodies, acmillan, Basingstoke.

Bjarrnason, T., Gudmundsson, B. and Olafsson, K. (2011) ‘Towards an adolescent blogosphere Towards a digital adolescent society? The social structure of the Icelandic adolescent blogosphere’, New Media and Society, 13(4) 645–662.

Blais JJ, Craig WM, Pepler D and Connolly J (2008) ‘Adolescents online: The importance of internet activity choices to salient relationships’, Journal of Youth and Adolescence 37(5): 522–536.

*Blaya, C. (2013). Les adolescents dans le cyberspace, prise de risques et cyberviolence. Bruxelles: De Boeck

**Blank, G. and Reisdorf, B. (2012) 'The participatory web: A user perspective on web 2.0', Information, Communication & Society Vol. 15, No. 4, May 2012, pp. 537–554

Boase, J. (2008) ‘Personal networks and the personal communication system: using multiple media to connect’, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 490–508.

Boase, J., Horrigan, J.,Wellman, B. & Rainie, L. (2006) The Strength of Internet Ties, Pew Internet & American Life Project, Washington, DC.

**Boellstorff T (2008) Coming of Age in Second Life: An Anthropologist Explores the Virtually Human. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

**Bonfadelli H, Bucher P and Piga A (2007) Use of old and new media by ethnic minority youth in Europe with a special emphasis on Switzerland. Communications 32(2): 141–170.

Boneva, B., Kraut, R. and Frohlich, D. (2001) ‘Using E-Mail for Personal Relationships: The Difference Gender Makes’, American Behavioral Scientist, l. 45, No.3, November, pp.530-49.

Boneva, B., Quinn, A., Kraut, R., Kiesler, S. and Shkovski, I. (2006) ‘Teenage Communication in the Instant Messaging Era’, in Kraut, R, Brynin, M. and Kiesler, S. (2006) Computers, Phones and the Internet. Domesticating Information Technology  Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.201-18.

Boullier, d. and Charlier, C. (1997) ‘A Chacun son Internet. Enquête sur des Usagers Ordinaires’, Réseaux  No.96.

boyd, d. (2004) Friendster and Publicly Articulated Social Networks. Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems, Vienna, Austria.

boyd, d. (2006) “Friends, friendsters, and top 8: Writing community into being on social network sites,” First Monday, No.8, pp 11-12.

boyd, d. (2006) Identity Production in a Networked Culture: Why Youth Heart MySpace, American Association for the Advancement of Science, St Louis, February, 19th,

boyd, d. (2009) “Why Youth (Heart) Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life”, Buckingham, D (Ed.), Youth, Identity, and Digital Media,  MIT Press, Cambridge, pp. 119-142.

boyd, d. (2009) Taken Out of Context: American Teen Sociality in Networked Publics. Available at: http://www.zephoria.org/thoughts/archives/2009/01/18/taken_out_of_co.html|

boyd, d. (2010) 'Friendship', in : Ito M, Baumer S, Bittanti M, boyd d, Cody R, Herr-Stephenson R et al. (eds) Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp.79-116

**boyd, d. (2011) ‘White flight in networked publics? How race and class shaped American teen engagement with MySpace and Facebook’, in Digital Race Anthology, eds. L. Nakamura & P. Chow-White, Routledge Press, New York, pp. 203–222.

boyd, D. and Ellison, N. (2007) ‘Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship’, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Vol. 13, No. 1, URL: http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol13/issue1/boyd.ellison.html (consulted 30 January 2008)

*Bragh, J. and McKenna,Y. (2004) 'The internet and social life.' Annual Review of Psychology, 55, 573-590.

Brandtzæg, P. B. and Stav, B. H. (2004) ’Barn og unges skravling på nettet - Sosial støtte i cyberspace?’ (Social Support in Cyberspace among Children and Young People?). Tidsskrift for Ungdomsforskning, Vol.4, No.1, pp.27-47

Brandtzæg, P. B., Endestad, T., Heim, J., Kaare, B. H., & Torgersen, L. (2004). Barn i et digitalt samfunn. En beskrivelse av norske barn fra 7 til 12 år og deres tilgang til og bruk av TV, PC, Internett, mobiltelefon og spillteknologier (Children in a Digital Society). Norsk senter for barneforskning (The Journal of Child Research) , Barn 4, pp.9-31.

Brandtzæg, P. B., Heim, J., Kaare, B. H. Endestad, T.,and Torgersen, L. (2005) Gender Differences and The Digital Divide in Norway - Is there really a Gendered Divide? Paper presented at the International Conference Childhoods: Children and Youth in Emerging and Transforming Societies, Oslo, Norway, 29th June-3rd July

*Brandzaeg, P.B, Staksrud, E., Hagen, I. and Wold, T. (2009) 'Norwegian Children’s Experience of Cyberbullying when Using Technological Platforms', Journal of Children and the Media, 3 (4): 349-65.

Brignall, T. and van Valey, T. (2005) “The Impact of Internet Communications on Social Interaction”, Sociological Spectrum, No. 25, pp.335-348.

Buckingham, D. (2002) ‘The Electronic Generation? Children and New Media’, in Lievrouw, L. and Livingstone, S. (eds) The Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences, Sage, London, pp.77-89.

Buckingham, D.(2006) 'Is there a Digital Generation?', in Buckingham D. and R. Willett, Digital Generations (eds) Digital Generations: Children, Young People and New Media, Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, pp. 1-13.

Buckingham, D. (2007) Beyond Technology: Children’s Learning in the Age of Digital Culture, Polity Press, Cambridge.

Buckingham, D.(2008) The Impact of New Media on Children and Young People with a Particular Focus on the Internet and Video Games, a report prepared for the Byron Review, available at www.dcsf.gov.uk/byronreview|

Buckingham, D. (ed). (2008) Youth, Identity, and Digital Media, MIT Press, Cambridge,MA.

Buckingham, D. and Willett, R. (eds) (2006) Digital Generations: Children, Young People and New Media, Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ.

Buckingham, D., Harvey, I. and Sefton-Green, J.(1999) ‘The Difference is Digital? Digital Technology and Student Media Production’, Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, Vol.5, No.4, pp.10-20.

Buckner, K. and Gillham, M. (2001) ‘Using E-Mail for Social and Domestic Purposes’, in Sloane, A. and van Rijn, F. (eds) Home Informatics and Telematics: Information, Technology and Society, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Mass.

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Burgess-Proctor, A., Patchin, J. W., & Hinduja, S. (2009). Cyberbullying and online harassment: Reconceptualizing the victimization of adolescent girls. In V. Garcia & J. Clifford (Eds.), Female crime victims: Reality reconsidered. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

**Burke, M., Kraut, R. and Marlow, C. (2011) 'Social capital on Facebook: Differentiating uses and users. In Proceedings of CHI 2011, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ed. D. Tan, 571–80. New York, NY: ACM.

Busselle, R., Reagan, J., Pinkleton, B. and Jackson, K. (1999) ‘Factors Affecting Internet Use in a Saturated-Access Population’, Telematics and Informatics, Vol.16.

Butkeviciené, E. (2006) Social Dimensions of ICT Diffusion in Rural Communities of Lithuania: Opportunities for Inclusion of Threats of Exclusion. aper for the conference ‘Inclusion/Exclusion, UCL School of Slavonic and Eats European studies, London, 16th-18th February.

Campbell, M. (2005) ‘Cyber Bullying: An Old Problem in a New Guise?’, Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, No. 15. pp.68–76.

Cardoso, G. (2008) ‘Portugal in Transition to the Network Society. A Generational Divide through the Lenses of the Internet’, Observatorio, Vol. 2, No 3, pp.1-24.

Cardoso, G., Espanha, R. and Lapa, T. (2012) ‘Family Dynamics and Mediation: Children, Autonomy and Control in Portugal’, in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) (2012) Generational Use of New Media, Ashgate. Aldershot, 49-70. 

**Carlsson, U. (2006) Violence and pornography in the media: Public views on the influence media violence and pornography exert on young people. In: Carlsson U and Feilitzen C (eds) In the Service of Young People? Studies and Reflections on Media in the Digital Age. Goteborg: UNESCO, 288–305. 

Carmagnat, F. Devilles, J. and Mardon, A. (2008) ‘Uses of the Family Internet Sites: A Virtual Community between Intimate Space and Public Space’, in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) The Social Dynamics of information and Communication Technology, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.73-82.

Chang, B-H, Lee, S-E. and Kim, B-S (2006) Exploring Factors Affecting the Adoption and Continuance of Online Gaming among College Students in South Korea’, New Media and Society, Vol.8, no.2, pp.295-319.

Chen, W., Boase, J. and Wellman, B. (2002), ‘The Global Villagers: Comparing Internet Users and Uses around the World’, in Wellman, B. and Haythornthwaite, C. (eds) The Internet in Everyday Life, Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 74-113.

**Cheung, C. M. K., Chiu, P.-Y. & Lee, M. K. O. (2011) ‘Online social networks: why do students use Facebook’, Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 27, no.  4, pp. 1337–1343

Chew H E, LaRose, R, Steinfield, C. and Velasquez, A. (2011) ‘The use of online social networking by rural youth and its effects on community attachment’, Information, Communication & Society, Vol. 14, No. 5, August 2011, pp. 726–747.

Chiou, W. B. (2006) ‘Adolescents’ Sexual Self-disclosure on the Internet: Deindividuation and Self-impression’, Adolescence, Vol. 41, No 163, pp 547-61.

*Chisnell, D. and Redish, J. (2012) ‘Modelling Older Adults for Website Design’, in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) (2012) Generational Use of New Media, Ashgate. Aldershot, 107-128.

Choi. A. (2008) ‘Internet in Singapore: Findings from a National Survey’, Observatorio, Vol. 2, No 3, pp.151-68.

Choi, S.M., Kim, Y., Sung, Y. and Sohn, D. (2011) ‘Bridging or Bonding', Information, Communication & Society, Vol. 14, No. 1, February 2011, pp. 107–129.

**Cho C-H and Cheon HJ (2005) 'Children’s exposure to negative internet contact: effects of family context'. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 49(4): 488–510.

Christopherson, K. (2007) ‘The Positive and Negative Implications of Anonymity in Internet Social Interactions: “On the Internet, Nobody Knows You’re a Dog”’, Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 23, No. 6, pp. 3038–56.

*Chronaki, D. (2013). Young people's accounts of experiences with sexual content during childhood and teenage life. [Special Issue]. The Communication Review, 16(1-2), 61-69.

Chu, W-C. (2008) Impacts of ICT Use on the Social Life of Chinese. Paper in the proceedings of the conference ‘The Role if New Technologies in Global Societies. Theoretical Reflections, Practical concerns, and its Implications for China, 30th-31st July

Chu, W-C. (2008) ‘The Dynamics of Cyber China: The Characteristics of Chinese ICT Use’, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, No. 21, pp29-35.

Clarke, B. (2009). 'Friends forever: How young adolescents use social-networking sites'. Ieee Intelligent Systems, 24(6), 22–26.

*Clarke, B. (2009) 'Early adolescents' use of social networking sites to maintain friendship and explore identity', Policy & Internet, 1 (1) 55-89.

Clark, L.S. (2005) ‘The Constant Contact Generation: Exploring Teen Friendship Networks Online’, in Mazzarella, S. (Ed.) Girl Wide Web, eter Lang, New York: pp. 203–22.

Cole, J. and Robinson, J. (2002), ‘Internet Use, Mass Media and Other Activities in the UCLA Data’, IT&Society, Vol.1, No.2, Fall, pp.121-33.

**Cresci MK, Yarandi HN and Morrell RW (2010) 'Pro-nets versus no-nets: Differences in urban older adults’ predilections for internet use'. Educational Gerontology 36(6): 500–520. 

Cummings, J., Butler, B. and Kraut, R. (2002) ‘The Quality of Online Social Relationships’, Communications of the ACM, Vol.45, No.7, pp.103-108.

Cummings, J. and Kraut, R. (2002) ‘Domesticating Computers and the Internet’, Information Society, Vol.18, No.3, 221-232.

De Haan, J. and R. Pijpers. (eds.) (2010) Contact! Children and New Media,  Bohn Stafleu Van Loghun, Houten.

*De Haan, J. & Sonck, N. (2012). 'Digital skills in perspective: a critical reflection on research and policy'. Media Studies, special issue on Critical insights in European media literacy research and policy, 3(6), 125-138.

De Haan, J., E. Kuiper en R. Pijpers (2011). Young children and their digital skills in the Netherlands. International Journal of media and cultural politics, the commentaries section, Vol. 6, nr. 3, pp. 327-333. http://ics.leeds.ac.uk/mcp. Netherlands.

De Haan, J., E. Kuiper & R. Pijpers (2011). Digitale vaardigheden; van cruciaal belang. Het Jonge kind. Netherlands.

De Haan, J., Mast, R., Varekamp, M. and Janssen, S. (2006) Bezoek onze site; over de digitalisering van het culturele aanbod. [Visit our site; on the digitisation of cultural content], Den Haag: The Netherlands Institute for Social Research - SCP.

*d'Haenens, L. & Ogan, C. (2013). 'Internet-using children and digital inequality: A comparison between majority and minority Europeans', Communications 38(1), 41-60.

de Souza e Silva, A. (2009) ‘Hybrid reality and location-based gaming: Redefining mobil¬ity and game spaces in urban environments’. Simulation & Gaming 40(3): 404–424.

de Souza e Silva, A. and Sutkom D.M. (2008) ‘Playing life and living play: How hybrid reality games reframe space, play, and the ordinary’. Critical Studies in Media Communication 25(5): 447–465.

de Souza e Silva, A. and Sutko, D.M. (2009) Digital Cityscapes: Merging Digital and Urban Playspaces. New York: Peter Lang.

Delaunay-Tererel, H. (2007) ‘La Communication Juvénile à Travers les Blogs de Lycéens’, Agora Débats Jeunesse, No. 46, pp. 44-56.

Denison, T. (2008) Community Connections: The Chinese Community in Prato, Italy, and their Use of Technology. Paper in the proceedings of the conference ‘The Role if New Technologies in Global Societies. Theoretical Reflections, Practical Concerns, and its Implications for China, 30th-31st July.

DiMaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Neuman, W. and Robinson, J. (2001) ‘Social Implications of the Internet’, Annual Review of Sociology, No.27, pp.306-36.

DiMaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Celeste, C. and  Shafer, S. (2006) ‘From unequal access to differentiated use’, in  D. B. Grusky & S. Szelényi, (eds). The Inequality Reader,Westview Press, Boulder, CO, pp. 549–565

Dominick, J. R. (1999) “Who do you think you are? Personal home pages and self-representation on the World Wide Web”, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, No. 76, pp. 646-658.

Dolničar, V. (2011) ‘Measuring the dynamics of cross-national digital divides’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) The Contemporary Internet: National and Cross-National European Studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp.190-205.

Dolničar, V., Christou, C., Gannon, R., Haddon, L, Louca, S., Puga, P. and Vieira, J. (2011) ‘Cross-national broadband digital divides’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) The Contemporary Internet: National and Cross-National European Studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp.121-138

Donoso, V., Ólaffson K. and Broddason, T. (2009) 'What we Know and Don’t Know', in Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (eds) Kids Online. Opportunities and Risks for Children, Policy Press, Bristol.

Duimel, M., and De Haan, J. (2007) Nieuwe links in het gezin [New links in the family], Den Haag: The Netherlands Institute for Social Research - SCP.

*Duque, R. and Ynalvez, M. (2009) 'Internet practice and sociability in South Louisiana', New Media & Society, 11 (4), 487-507

*Dürager, A., & Livingstone, S. (2013). 'How can parents support children’s Internet safety?' In P.D. Jaffé, Z. Moody, C. Piguet & J. Zermatten (Eds.), Harcèlement entre pairs: Agir dans les trancheés de l’école (pp.99-107). Sion, Switzerland: Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch

Dunkels, E. (2008) 'Children’s Strategies on the Internet', Critical Studies in Education, Vol.49, No.2, pp.171-184.

Dürager, A. & Paus-Hasebrink, I. (2009) 'Neue Medien - Neue Herausforderungen. Zum Einsatz von und Umgang mit Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien in Schulen mit Blick auf die Situation in Europa',  Medienjournal, Vol.33, No.3, pp.43-56.

Dutton,W. H. & Blank, G. (2011) Next Generation Users: The Internet in Britain. Oxford Internet Survey 2011 Report, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford

Dutton, W., Helsper, E.J. and Gerber, M.M. (2009) The 2009 OxIS Survey: The Internet in Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dwyer, C. (2007) Digital Relationships in the “MySpace” Generation: Results from a Qualitative Study, in Proceedings of the Fortieth Hawaii International Conference on SystemSciences, p. 19. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Press.

Dwyer, C., Roxanne Hiltz, S and Passerini (2007) Trust and Privacy Concern within Social Networking Sites: A Comparison of Facebook and MySpace. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Keystone, Colorado August 9th – 12th

Eastin, M., Greenberg, B. S., and Hofschire, L. (2006) ‘Parenting the Internet’, Journal of Communication, No.56, pp.486–504

Eastin, M. S., Yang, M.-S. and Nathanson, A. I. (2006) ‘Children of the Net: An Empirical Exploration into the Evaluation of Internet Content’, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Vol. 50, pp 211-30.

**Elias N and Lemish D (2009) 'Spinning the web of identity: The roles of the internet in the lives of immigrant adolescents'. New Media & Society 11(4): 533–551.

**Elias N and Shorer-Zeltser M (2006) 'Immigrants of the world unite? A virtual community of Russian speaking immigrants on the web'. Journal of International Communication 12(2): 70–90.

Ellison, N. B., Steinfield, C., and Lampe, C. (2006). Spatially Bounded Online Social Networks and Social Capital: The Role of Facebook. Paper presented at the 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany.

Ellison, N., Steinfield, C. amd Lampe, C. (2007) ‘The benefits of Facebook “friends”: Social capital and college students’ use of online social network sites’, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, vol. 12, no. 4, [Online] Available at: http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol12/issue4/ellison.html

Ellison, N., Steinfield, C., and Lampe, C. (2011) ‘Connection strategies: Social capital implications of Facebook-enabled communication practices’, New Media and Society, 13(6) 873–892.

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