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Media audiences, old and new

Livingstone, S. (2013) The participation paradigm in audience research. Communication Review. 16: 1-2, 21-30. [Full text|]

Butsch, R., and Livingstone, S. (2013) Introduction: "Translating" audiences, provincializing Europe. In Butsch, R., and Livingstone, S. (Eds.) Meanings of Audience: Comparative discourses (pp.1-19). London: Routledge. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., et al. (2011) Existing and emerging audience research in the UK. In Bilandzic, H., Carpentier, C., Patriarche, G., Ponte, C., Schroeder, K., Vossen, E., and Zeller, F. (eds) Overview of European Audience research. Research report of the COST Action IS0906 Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2010) Giving people a voice: On the critical role of the interview in the history of audience research. Communication, Culture and Critique, 3:566–571. [Full text|]

Press, A., and Livingstone, S. (2006) Taking audience research into the age of new media: Old problems and new challenges. In M. White and J. Schwoch (Eds.), The Question of Method in Cultural Studies(175-200). Oxford: Blackwell. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2005). People living in the new media age: rethinking ‘audiences’ and ‘users’. Oxford Internet Institute/MIT Workshop: New Approaches to Research on the Social Implications of Emerging Technologies. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2004) The challenge of changing audiences: or, what is the audience researcher to do in the age of the internet? European Journal of Communication, 19(1), 75-86. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2003) The changing nature of audiences: From the mass audience to the interactive media user. In A. Valdivia (Ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Media Research (337-359). Oxford: Blackwell. Second edition (2006). [Full text|]

Lunt, P., and Livingstone, S. (2001) Language and the media: An emerging field for social psychology. In H. Giles and P. Robinson (Eds.),The New Handbook of Language and Social Psychology, 2nd edition. London: John Wiley. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2000) Television and the active audience. In D. Fleming (Ed.),Formations: A 21st Century Media Studies Textbook (175-193). Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2000) On the cutting edge, or otherwise, of media and communication research. In U. Carlsson (Ed.), Nordicom Review: Nordic Research on Media and Communication, vol. 21(2/November), 7-13. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1999) New media, new audiences? New Media & Society, 1(1), 59-66. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S (1998) Making Sense of Television: The Psychology of Audience Interpretation. London: Routledge. See Livingstone, S. (2007) Audiences and interpretations. e-Compós, vol. 10. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1998) Audience research at the crossroads: the 'implied audience' in media and cultural theory. European Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 1(2), 193-217. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1998) Relationships between media and audiences: Prospects for future audience reception studies. In Liebes, T., and Curran, J. (Eds.),Media, Ritual and Identity: Essays in Honor of Elihu Katz. London: Routledge. [Full text|]

Liebes, T., and Livingstone, S. (1998) European soap operas: the diversification of a genre. European Journal of Communication, 13(2), 147-180. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Liebes, T. (1995) Where have all the mothers gone? Soap opera's replaying of the Oedipal story. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 12, 155-175. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1993) The rise and fall of audience research: an old story with a new ending. Journal of Communication, 43(4), 5-12 (Special issue, 'The future of the field'). [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1992) The resourceful reader: Interpreting television characters and narratives. Communication Yearbook, 15, 58-90. With peer review commentaries. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1991) Audience reception: The role of the viewer in retelling romantic drama. In Mass Media and Society, J. Curran and M. Gurevitch (Eds.), London: Edward Arnold. First edition. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1990) Interpreting television narrative: How viewers see a story. Journal of Communication, 40(1), 72-82. [Full text|]

 

The mediated public sphere: regulation and lifeworld

Lunt, P., and Livingstone, S. (2013) Media Studies' fascination with the concept of the public sphere: critical reflections and emerging debates. Media, Culture & Society, 35(1): 87-96. [Full text|]

Lunt, P., and Livingstone, S. (2009) The regulator, the public and the media: Imagining a role for the public in communication regulation. InterMedia, 37(1): 26-29. [Full text|]

Lunt, P., and Livingstone, S. (2008) Final project report: public understanding of regimes of risk regulation. London: Brunel/LSE. [Full text|]

Lunt, P., Livingstone, S., and Malik, S. (2008) Public understanding of regimes of risk regulation: A report on focus group discussions with citizens and consumers. Social Contexts and Responses to Risk Network (SCARR) Working Paper series (WP26). [Full text|]

Couldry, N., Livingstone, S., and Markham, T. (2008) ‘Public connection’ and the uncertain norms of media consumption. In K. Soper and F. Trentman (Eds.), Citizenship and Consumption (104-120). London: Palgrave Macmillan. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Markham, T. (2008) The contribution of media consumption to civic participation. British Journal of Sociology, 59(2): 351-371. [Full text|]

Couldry, N., Livingstone, S., and Markham, T. (2007) Connection or disconnection? Tracking the mediated public sphere in everyday life. In R. Butsch (Ed.), Media and Public Spheres(28-42). Palgrave-Mcmillan. Paperback edition (2009). [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Lunt, P., and Miller, L. (2007) Citizens, consumers and the citizen-consumer: Articulating the interests stake in media and communications regulation.Discourse and Communication, 1(1): 85-111. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Lunt, P. (2007) Representing citizens and consumers in media and communications regulation. In ‘The Politics of Consumption/ The Consumption of Politics,The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 611: 51-65. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Lunt, P., and Miller, L. (2007) Citizens and consumers: Discursive debates during and after the Communications Act 2003. Media, Culture & Society, 29(4): 613-638. [Full text|]

Lunt, P., and Livingstone, S. (2007) Regulating markets in the interest of consumers? On the changing regime of governance in the financial service and communications sectors. In M. Bevir and F. Trentmann (Eds.), Governance, citizens, and consumers: Agency and resistance in contemporary politics (139-161). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. [Full text|]

Couldry, N., Livingstone, S., Markham, T. (2006) Media consumption and the future of public connection. London: LSE Report. [Full text|]

Lunt, P., Livingstone, S., Kelay, T., & Miller, L. (2006). Approaches to Risk and Consumer Policy in Financial Service Regulation in the UK. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 7(1), Art. 32. [Full text|]

Lunt, P., Livingstone, S., Kelay, T. (2005). Risk and regulation in financial services and communications. Social Contexts and Responses to Risk Network (SCARR) Working Paper series (2005/6). [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Lunt, P., and Miller, L. (2005). Citizens and consumers: Discursive debates during and after the Communications Act 2003. Social Contexts and Responses to Risk Network (SCARR) Working Paper series (2006/10). [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (Ed.) (2005) Audiences and Publics: When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere. Bristol: Intellect Press. 237 pp. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2005) Introduction. In S. Livingstone (Ed.), Audiences and Publics: When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere (9-16). Bristol: Intellect Press. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2005) On the relation between audiences and publics. In S. Livingstone (Ed.), Audiences and Publics: When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere(17-41). Bristol: Intellect. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2005) In defence of privacy: Mediating the public/private boundary home. In S. Livingstone (Ed.), Audiences and Publics: When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere(163-185). Bristol: Intellect. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1994) Watching talk: Engagement and gender in the audience discussion programme. Media, Culture and Society, 16, 429-447. [Full text|]

 

Media and digital literacies

McDougall, J., and Livingstone, S., with Sefton-Green, J., and Fraser, P. (2014) Media and Information Literacy Policies in the UK. Report for the COST (Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies) initiative, Mapping Media Education Policies. [Full text|]

Bulger, M., and Livingstone, S. (2013) Media literacy research and policy in Europe: A review of recent current and planned activities. Report of a seminar organised by the COST Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies Action, Brussels, September 2013. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Papaioannou, T., Mar Grandío Pérez, M., and Wijnen, C. (2012) Critical insights in European media literacy research and policy, Media Studies, 3(6): 1-13. [Full text|

Livingstone, S., and Wang, Y. (2013) Media Literacy and the Communications Act: What has been achieved and what should be done? A 2013 update. LSE Media Policy Project Brief 2. London: LSE. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Papaioannou, T., Mar Grandío Pérez, M., and Wijnen, (2012) Guest editors for special issue, ‘Critical insights in European media literacy research and policy’, Media Studies, Vol. 3 (6). [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (Editor, essay author) (2011) Media literacy: Ambitions, policies and measures. COST Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies report. [Full text|]

Sonck, N., Livingstone, S., Kuiper, E., and de Haan, J. (2011) Digital literacy and safety skills. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Thumim, N. (2008) What is Fred telling us? A commentary on youtube.com/fred. Teachers’ College Record, September 08, 2008. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2008) Engaging with media – A matter of literacy? Communication, Culture & Critique, 1(1), 51-62. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2008) Internet literacy: Young people's negotiation of new online opportunities. In T. McPherson (Ed.), Unexpected outcomes and innovative uses of digital media by youth (101-121).MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning, Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., van Couvering, E., and Thumim, N. (2008) Converging traditions of research on media and information literacies: Disciplinary, critical and methodological issues. In D.J. Leu, J. Coiro, M. Knobel and C. Lankshear (Eds.) Handbook of Research on New Literacies (103-132). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Van Couvering, E. J., and Thumim, N. (2005) Adult media literacy: A review of the research literature.London: Ofcom. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Bober, M., and Helsper, E. J. (2005) Internet literacy among children and young people. London: LSE Report, February 2005. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2004) What is media literacy? Intermedia, 32(3), 18-20. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2004) Media literacy and the challenge of new information and communication technologies. Communication Review, 7: 3-14. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2003) The changing nature and uses of media literacy. Media@LSE Electronic Working Papers, No. 4. [Full text|]

 

Children’s digital participation and learning

'Digital connections and disconnections: ethnographic explorations among young teens.' The Wayne Danielson Award Lecture, University of Texas of Austin, November 2013. [Full text|]

Ólafsson, K., Livingstone, S. and Haddon, L. (2013) Children’s use of online technologies in Europe: a review of the European evidence base. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Holloway,D., Green, L. and Livingstone, S. (2013). Zero to eight. Young children and their internet use. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Ito, M., Gutiérrez, K., Livingstone, S., Penuel, B., Rhodes, J., Salen, K., Schor,J., Sefton-Green, J. Watkins, C. (2013). Connected learning: an agenda for research and design. Irvine, CA: Digital Media and Learning Research Hub. [Full text|

Livingstone, S. (2012) Critical reflections on the prospects for ICT in education. Oxford Review of Education, 38 (1): 9-24. [Full text|]

Carr, J., Walden, I., and Livingstone, S. (2012) The legal basis of children’s and young people’s engagement with the internet. Seminar report. A workshop held for UK legal and child protection experts, October 2012. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2011) Digital learning and participation among youth. International Journal of Learning and Media, 2(2-3): 1-13. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. and Helsper, E.J. (2010) Balancing opportunities and risks in teenagers’ use of the internet: The role of online skills and internet self-efficacy. New Media & Society, 12(2): 309-329. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (ed.) (2008) Digital literacies: Tracing the implications of learners and learning. The third report from the ESRC Seminar series, “The educational and social impact of new technologies on young people in Britain”. LSE/University of Oxford. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (ed.) (2009) Digital identities: Tracing the implications for learners and learning. The fourth report from the ESRC Seminar series, “The educational and social impact of new technologies on young people in Britain”. LSE/University of Oxford. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (ed.) (2008) Theoretical frameworks for the social shaping and social consequences of new technologies for children and young people. The first report from the ESRC Seminar series, “The educational and social impact of new technologies on young people in Britain”. LSE/University of Oxford. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (ed.) (2008) Changing spaces: young people, technology and learning. The second report from the ESRC Seminar series, “The educational and social impact of new technologies on young people in Britain”. LSE/University of Oxford. [Full text|]

Bradbrook, G., Alvi, I., Fisher, J., Lloyd, H., Moore, R., Thompson, V., Brake, D., Helsper, E., and Livingstone, S. (2008) Meeting their potential: the role of education and technology in overcoming disadvantage and disaffection in young people. Becta Research Report. London: Becta. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Couldry, N., and Markham, T. (2007) Youthful steps towards civic participation: Does the internet help? In B. Loader (Ed.). Young Citizens in the Digital Age: Political Engagement, Young People and New Media (21-34). London: Routledge. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2007) Interactivity and participation on the internet: A critical appraisal of the online invitation to young people. Chapter for P. Dahlgren (Ed.), Young Citizens and New Media: Strategies for learning democratic engagement (103-124). London: Routledge. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Helsper, E. J. (2007) Gradations in digital inclusion: Children, young people and the digital divide. New Media & Society, 9(4): 671-696. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2007) The challenge of engaging youth online: Contrasting producers’ and teenagers’ interpretations of websites. European Journal of Communication, 22(2), 165-184. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2006) Drawing conclusions from new media research: Reflections and puzzles regarding children’s experience of the internet. The Information Society, 22(4), 219-230. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2006) Opportunities and constraints framing children and young people’s internet use. In M. Consalvo et al. (Ed.), Internet Research Annual, Volume 4 (59-75). New York: Peter Lang. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Bober, M., and Helsper, E. J. (2005) Active participation or just more information? Young people’s take up of opportunities to act and interact on the internet. Information, Communication and Society, 8(3), 287-314. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Bober, M., and Helsper, E. J. (2005) Inequalities and the digital divide in children and young people’s internet use. London: LSE. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Bober, M., and Helsper, E. J. (2004) Active Participation or Just More Information? Young people's take up of opportunities to act and interact on the internet. London: LSE. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2003) Children’s use of the internet: Reflections on the emerging research agenda. New Media & Society, 5(2), 147-166. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bober, M. (2004) Taking up opportunities? Children’s uses of the internet for education, communication and participation. E-Learning, 1(3), 395-419. [Full text|]

 

Social networking and youth

Baumgartner, S. E., Sumter, S. R., Peter, J., Valkenburg, P. M., & Livingstone, S. (2014). Does country context matter? Investigating the predictors of teen sexting across Europe. Computers in Human Behavior, 34, 157-164. doi: 10.1016/j.chb.2014.01.041 [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Ólafsson, K., and Staksrud, E. (2013) Risky social networking practices among ‘under-age’ users: Lessons for evidence-based policy. Journal for Computer-Mediated Communication. 18(3): 303-320. [Full text|]

Staksrud, E., Ólafsson, K., and Livingstone, S. (2013) Does the use of social networking sites increase children’s risk of harm? Computers in Human Behavior, 29(1): 40-50. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Ólafsson, K., and Staksrud, E. (2011) Social networking, age and privacy. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Brake, D. (2009) On the rapid rise of social networking sites: New findings and policy implications. Children and Society, 24(1): 75-83. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2008) Taking risky opportunities in youthful content creation: teenagers’ use of social networking sites for intimacy, privacy and self-expression. New Media & Society, 10(3): 393-411. [Full text|]

 

Children’s online risks and safety

Livingstone, S., and Smith, P. (2014) Annual research review: children and young people in the digital age: The nature and prevalence of risks, harmful effects, and risk and protective factors, for mobile and internet usage. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry: Annual Research Review 2014. Online first. doi: 10.1111/jcpp.12197. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Görzig, A. (2014) When adolescents receive sexual messages on the internet: Explaining experiences of risk and harm. Computers in Human Behavior, 33: 8-15. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Kirwil, L., Ponte, C., and Staksrud, E. (2014) In their own words: what bothers children online? European Journal of Communication. 29(3): 271-288. doi: 10.1177/0267323114521045. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and O’Neill, B. (2014) Children’s rights online: challenges, dilemmas and emerging directions. In van der Hof, S., van den Berg, B., and Schermer, B. (eds), Minding Minors Wandering the Web: Regulating Online Child Safety (pp.19-38). Berlin: Springer. [Full text|]

Ringrose, J., Harvey, L., Gill, R., and Livingstone, S. (2013) Teen girls, sexual double standards and ‘sexting’: Gendered value in digital image exchange, Feminist Theory, 14(3): 305–323. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2013) Online risk, harm and vulnerability: Reflections on the evidence base for child internet safety policy. ZER: Journal of Communication Studies, 18: 13-28. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bulger, M. (2013) A Global Agenda for Children's Rights in the Digital Age: Recommendations for Developing UNICEF's Research Strategy. Florence: UNICEF Office of Research. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Kirwil, L., Ponte, C., and Staksrud, E. (2013) In their own words: What bothers children online? LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (2012) Theoretical framework for children’s internet use. In Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., and Görzig, A. (Eds.) Children, Risk and Safety on the Internet: Research and policy challenges in comparative perspective (pp.1-14). Bristol: The Policy Press. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Hasebrink, U., and Görzig, A. (2012) A general model of determinants of risk and safety. In Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., and Görzig, A. (Eds.) Children, Risk and Safety on the Internet: Research and policy challenges in comparative perspective (pp.323-337). Bristol: The Policy Press. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. and Görzig, A. (2012) Sexting. In Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., and Görzig, A. (Eds.) Children, Risk and Safety on the Internet: Research and policy challenges in comparative perspective (151-164). Bristol: The Policy Press. [Full text|]

The EU Kids Online Network (2012) EU Kids Online III: A thematic network to stimulate and coordinate investigation into the use of new media by children. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Davidson, J., Bryce, J., Millwood Hargrave, A., and Grove-Hills, J. (2012) Children’s online activities, risks and safety: The UK evidence base. London: UK Council for Child Internet Safety. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., and Gorzig, A. (Eds.) (2012) Children, Risk and Safety Online: Research and policy challenges in comparative perspective. Bristol: The Policy Press. See abstracts|

Ringrose, J., Gill, R., Livingstone, S., and Harvey, L. (2012) A qualitative study of children, young people and ‘sexting’: A report prepared for the NSPCC. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Ólafsson, K., O’Neill, B., and Donoso, V. (2012) Towards a better internet for children: Findings and recommendations from EU Kids Online for the CEO Coalition. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Haddon, L., Livingstone, S., and the EU Kids Online network (2012.) EU Kids Online: National perspectives. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Palmer, T., with others (2012) Identifying vulnerable children online and what strategies can help them. Report of the seminar arranged by the UKCCIS Evidence Group, March. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., Görzig, A., and Ólafsson, K. (2011). Risks and safety on the internet: The perspective of European children. Full findings. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text]|

Livingstone, S., and Ólafsson, K. (2011) Risky communication online. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Hasebrink, U., Görzig, A., Haddon, L., Kalmus, V. and Livingstone, S. (2011) Patterns of risk and safety online. In-depth analyses from the EU Kids Online survey of 9-16 year olds and their parents in 25 countries. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Lobe, B., Livingstone, S., Ólafsson, K. and Vodeb, H. (2011) Cross-national comparison of risks and safety on the internet: Initial analysis from the EU Kids Online survey of European children. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Görzig, A., and Ólafsson, K. (2011) Disadvantaged children and online risk. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., Görzig, A., and Ólafsson, K. (2011) EU Kids Online II: Final Report. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

O’Neill, B., Livingstone, S. and McLaughlin, S. (2011) Final recommendations for policy, methodology and research. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., Görzig, A., and Ólafsson, K. (2010) Risks and safety for children on the internet: The UK report. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (2009) EU Kids Online and EU Kids Online II. Zeitschrift für Psychologie (Horizons), 217(4), 4-7. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (2009) Introduction. In S. Livingstone and L. Haddon (Eds.), Kids Online: Opportunities and Risks for Children (1-15). Bristol: The Policy Press. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (2009) Conclusions. In S. Livingstone and L. Haddon (Eds.), Kids Online: Opportunities and Risks for Children (241-252). Bristol: The Policy Press. [Full text|]

Staksrud, E., Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L., with others (2009) What Do We Know About Children’s Use of Online Technologies? A Report on Data Availability and Research Gaps in Europe. Second edition. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Hasebrink, U.,Livingstone, S., Haddon, L., and Ólafsson, K (2009) Comparing children’s online opportunities and risks across Europe: cross-national comparisons for EU Kids Online (2nd edition). LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (2009) EU Kids Online: Final Report. Deliverable D6.5 for the EC Safer Internet plus programme. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Staksrud, E., and Livingstone, S. (2009) Children and online risk: Powerless victims or resourceful participants? Information, Communication and Society, 12(3): 364-387. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (2008) Risky experiences for European children online: Charting research strengths and research gaps. Children and Society, 22: 314-323. [Full text|]

Hasebrink, U., Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L. (2008) Comparing children’s online opportunities and risks across Europe: Cross-national comparisons for EU Kids Online. Deliverable D3.2 for the EC Safer Internet plus programme. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Helsper, E. J. (2007) Taking risks when communicating on the internet: The role of offline social-psychological factors in young people’s vulnerability to online risks. Information, Communication and Society, 10(5), 619-643. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. and Bober, M. (2005) UK children go online: Final report of key project findings. London: LSE. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bober, M. (2004) UK children go online: Surveying the experiences of young people and their parents. London: LSE Report. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bober, M. (2003) UK children go online: Listening to young people’s experiences. London: LSE Report. [Full text|]

 

Media and parenting at home

Duerager, A.and Livingstone, S (2012) How can parents support children’s internet safety? LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text]

Livingstone, S., and Das, R. (2010) Media, communication and information technologies in the European family: A report for the Family Platform project, funded by the European Commission. London: LSE. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Das, R. (2010) Changing media, changing families: Polis Media and Family series. London, LSE: Polis. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2009) Half a century of television in the lives of our children and families. In E. Katz and P. Scannell (Eds.), The end of television? Its impact so far. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 625: 151-163. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2009) Young people and the new media: Processes of diffusion, appropriation and use. Translated into German, in Angela Schorr (Ed.), Grundlagen der Jugendmedienforschung – fünf Perspektiven (301-333).Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2008) On the future of children’s television – a matter of crisis? In T. Gardam and D. Levy (Eds.), The Price of Plurality: Choice, Diversity and Broadcasting Institutions in the Digital Age (175-182). Reuters Institute/Ofcom. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2010, December) Meet the new iFamily. Prospect. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Helsper, E. J. (2008) Parental mediation of children’s internet use. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 52(4), 581-599. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2007) Strategies of parental regulation in the media-rich home. Computers in Human Behavior, 23(3), 920-941. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2007) From family television to bedroom culture: Young people’s media home. In E. Devereux (Ed.), Media Studies: Key issues and Debates(302-321). London: Sage. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bober, M. (2006) Regulating the internet at home: Contrasting the perspectives of children and parents. In D. Buckingham and R. Willett (Eds.), Digital Generations(93-113). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2005) Mediating the public/private boundary home: Children’s use of the internet for privacy and participation. Journal of Media Practice, 6(1), 41-51. [Full text|]

Bovill, M. F., and Livingstone, S. (2001) Bedroom culture and the privatization of media use. In Livingstone, S., and Bovill, M. (Eds.), Children and their Changing Media Environment: A European Comparative Study. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bovill, M. (2001) Families, Schools and the Internet. Public report. London School of Economics and Political Science. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bovill, M. (2001) Families and the Internet: An observational study of children and young people’s internet use. Public report. London School of Economics and Political Science. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1998) Mediated childhoods: A comparative approach to the lifeworld of young people in a changing media environment.European Journal of Communication, 13(4), 435-456. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Bovill, M., (1999) Young People, New Media. An LSE Report. [Full text]|

Silverstone, R., Morley, D., Dahlberg, A., and Livingstone, S. (1989) Families, technologies and consumption: The household and information and communication technologies. CRICT Discussion Paper, Centre for Research into Innovation, Culture and Technology, Brunel University. [Full text|]

 

Media shaping, influence and effects

Livingstone, S., and Das, R. (2013) Interpretation/Reception. In P. Moy (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies Online: Communication. Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/obo/9780199756841-0134. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2011) If Everything is Mediated, What Is Distinctive About the Field of Communication? International Journal of Communication, 5: 1472-1475. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2010) Peer review commentary on Sexually Explicit Material and Video On Demand Services: A Report to DCMS by Ofcom. London: Office of Communications. [Full text|]

Lievrouw, L. and Livingstone, S. (Eds.) (2009) New Media. Sage Benchmarks in Communication (Volume 1-4). London: Sage. 1427pp. [Contents|]

Lievrouw, L. and Livingstone, S. (2009) Introduction. In L. Lievrouw and S. Livingstone (Eds.), New Media. Sage Benchmarks in Communications (xxi-xl). London: Sage. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2009) On the mediation of everything. Journal of Communication, 59(1), 1-18. [Full text|]

Millwood Hargrave, A., and Livingstone, S., with others (2009) Harm and Offence in Media Content: A review of the empirical literature. Bristol: Intellect Press. Fully revised second edition (2009). [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Das, R. (2009) Public Attitudes, Tastes and Standards: A literature Review for the BBC. London: British Broadcasting Corporation. [Full text|]

Panel Member (2009, December) The Impact of the Commercial World on Children's Wellbeing: Report of an Independent Assessment. London: Department for Children, Schools and Families. [Full text|]

Millwood Hargrave, A., and Livingstone, S. (2008) Harm and Offence in Media Content: An update on the 2005 literature review. London: The Office of Communications. Published as annex to Ofcom’s response to The Byron Review. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2007) On the material and the symbolic: Silverstone's double articulation of research traditions in new media studies. New Media and Society, 9(1): 16-24. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2007) Do the media harm children? Reflections on new approaches to an old problem. Journal of Children and Media, 1(1), 5-14. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2006) On the influence of ‘Personal Influence’ on the study of audiences. In P. Simonson (Ed.), Politics, social networks, and the history of mass communications research: Re-reading Personal Influence. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 608: 233-250. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Millwood Hargrave, A. (2006) Harmful to children? Drawing conclusions from empirical research on media effects. In U. Carlsson (Ed.), Regulation, Awareness, Empowerment: Young People and Harmful Media Content in the Digital Age (21-48). Goteborg: Nordicom/Unesco. [Full text|]

Lievrouw, L., and Livingstone, S. (2006) Introduction to the updated student edition. In Lievrouw, L., & Livingstone, S. (Eds.), Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Social Consequences (1-14). Fully revised student edition. London: Sage. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2005) Critical debates in internet studies: reflections on an emerging field. In Curran, J., and Gurevitch, M. (Eds.), Mass Media and Society, Fifth Edition (9-28). London: Sage. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2002) The changing social landscape. In Lievrouw, L., and Livingstone, S. (Eds.), Handbook of New Media: Social shaping and Social Consequences. London: Sage. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1997) The work of Elihu Katz. In J. Corner, P. Schlesinger, and R. Silverstone, (Eds.),International Handbook of Media Research. London: Routledge. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1996) On the continuing problems of media effects research. In J. Curran and M. Gurevitch (Eds.),Mass Media and Society. London: Edward Arnold. Second edition. [Full text|]

 

Crime media audiences

Livingstone, S., Allen, J., and Reiner, R. (2001) The audience for crime media 1946-91: A historical approach to reception studies. Communication Review, 4(2): 165-192. [Full text|

Reiner, R., Livingstone, S., and Allen, J. (2001) Casino culture: Crime and media in a winner-loser society. In K. Stenson and R. Sullivan (Eds.), Crime, Risk and Justice: the politics of crime control in liberal democracies (174-194). Cullompton, Devon: Willan Publishing. [Full text|]

Reiner, R., and Livingstone, S. (1997) Discipline or desubordination? Changing media images of crime. End of Award Report to the ESRC (Grant no. L21025029). [Full text|]

Allen, J., Livingstone, S., and Reiner, R. (1997) The changing generic location of crime in film: A content analysis of film synopses, 1945-91. Journal of Communication, 47(4), 89-101. [Full text|]

 

Children and advertising

Livingstone, S. (2011) Restricting Advertising for Children’s Health? Worth a Try. Blog post. LSE Media Policy Project. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Helsper, E. J. (2006) Does advertising literacy mediate the effects of advertising on children? A critical examination of two linked research literatures in relation to obesity and food choice. Journal of Communication, 56: 560-584. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2006) Does TV advertising make children fat? What the evidence tells us. Public Policy Research, 13(1), 54-61. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2006) New research on advertising foods to children: An updated review of the literature Prepared for the Research Department of the Office of Communications (Ofcom), January. Annex 9, Television Advertising of Food and Drink Products to Children. London: Ofcom, March 2006. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2005) Assessing the research base for the policy debate over the effects of food advertising to children. International Journal of Advertising, 24(3), 273-296. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Helsper, E. (2004) Advertising ‘unhealthy’ foods to children: Understanding Promotion In The Context Of Children’s Daily Lives. A review of the literature for the Research Department of the Office of Communications (Ofcom), April. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2004) Children online – consumers or citizens? ESRC/AHRB Cultures of Consumption Working Paper Series. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2004) A commentary on the research evidence regarding the effects of food promotion on children. Report, Research Department of the Office of Communications (Ofcom), February. [Full text|]

 

Comparative and other methods

Livingstone, S., and Locatelli, E. (2014) Ethical dilemmas in qualitative research with youth on/offline. International Journal of Learning and Media, 4(2), doi: 10.1162/IJLM_a_00096. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2012) Challenges of comparative research: Cross-national and transnational approaches to the globalising media landscape. In Esser, F. & Hanitzsch, T. (Eds.), Handbook of Comparative Communication Research (pp.415-429). New York: Routledge. [Full text|]

Lobe, B., Livingstone, S., Ólafsson, K., and Simoes, J. A. (2008) Best Practice Research Guide: How to research children and online technologies in comparative perspective. Deliverable D4.2 for the EC Safer Internet plus programme. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Lobe, B., Livingstone, S., and Haddon, L., with others (2007) Researching Children’s Experiences Online across Countries: Issues and Problems in Methodology. Deliverable D4.1 for the EC Safer Internet plus programme. LSE, London: EU Kids Online. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2007) Internationalizing media and communication studies: Reflections on the International Communication Association. Global Media and Communication, 3(3): 273-288. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (2003) On the challenges of cross-national comparative media research. European Journal of Communication, 18(4): 477-500. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., d’Haenens, L., and Hasebrink, U. (2001) Childhood in Europe: Contexts for comparison. In Livingstone, S., and Bovill, M. (Eds.), Children and their Changing Media Environment: A European Comparative Study. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S., and Lemish, D. (2001) Doing comparative research with children and young people. In Livingstone, S., and Bovill, M. (Eds.), Children and their Changing Media Environment: A European Comparative Study. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Full text|]

Livingstone, S. (1999) New media, new audiences? New Media & Society, 1(1), 59-66. [Full text|]

Lunt, P., and Livingstone, S. (1996) Rethinking the focus group in media and communications research. Journal of Communication, 46(2), 79-98. [Full text|]

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