Recent publications related with children and new media
Tsaliki, L. & Chronaki, D. (eds) Neoliberal Notions of Governance and Media Discourses of Children: Anxiety over Childhood and Youth across Cultures (Palgrave MacMillan) (Volume I) (forthcoming 2019-2020)
Sexual Health, Cultural Consumption, and Parental Concerns of Children: Anxiety over Childhood and Youth across Cultures (Palgrave MacMillan) Volume II) (forthcoming 2019-2020)
Tsaliki, L. & Chronaki, D. ‘Children’s sexuality in the context of digital media: Sexualisation, sexting and experiences with sexual content in research perspective’ In L. Green, D. Holloway, L. Haddon, K. Stevenson and T. Leaver (eds) Routledge Companion of Children and Digital Media, Londond: Routledge(forthcoming 2019)
Chronaki, D. ‘Children and online sexual content’ in K. Ross, I. Bachmann, V. Cardo, S. Moorti & M. Scarcelli (ed) Encyclopaedia of Gender, Media and Communication, New York: Wiley-Blackwell (forthcoming 2018)
Chronaki, D. (2016) ‘What do news media teach about sex? Approaching young people’s understanding of the media framing of sexuality’, in L. Allen & M.L. Rasmussen (eds) Handbook of Sexuality Education (to be published in the section about ‘New Technologies, Space and Sexual Cultures’, edited by A. McKee & K. Albury), London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.423-437
Tsaliki, L. (2016). Children and the Politics of Sexuality. London: Palgrave Macmillan
Tsaliki, L (2015) Popular culture and moral panics about ‘children at risk’: revisiting the sexualisation-of-young-girls debate, Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, Vol. 15 (5), 500-14.
Buckingham, D. & Chronaki, D. (2014), ‘Saving the Children? Pornography, Childhood and the Internet’, in S. Wagg & J. Pilcher (eds) Thatcher’s Grandchildren? The Politics of Childhood in the Twenty First Century, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Chronaki, D. (2014), ‘Young adults’ stories with sexual content during childhood and teenage life: An alternative approach to an ever-going debate’, International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 10(1): 105-111
Tsaliki, L., Chronaki, D. & Ólaffsson, K. (2014), Experiences with Sexual Content: What we know from the research so far, London: Kids Online
Tsaliki, L. & Chronaki, D. (2013), The Sexualisation Report, edited by F. Attwood, C. Bale, & M. Barker, funded by the Wellcome Trust, UK (contribution to the section about Young People and Pornography)
Tsaliki, L. & Chronaki, D. (2013), Innovative approaches for investigating how children uniderstand risk in new media: Dealing with methodological and ethical challenges, edited by M. Barbowski, L. Green, & S. Vandoninck, London, LSE: EU Kids Online (contribution to the section about Ethics in research with children)
Kontogianni Sonia (2017) “‘Risk talk and ‘vulnerable youth’: Cyberbullying experiences among children with disabilities”. Presentation: 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association (Un)Making Europe: Capitalism Solidarities Subjectivities, Athens, 29-01 August.