EU Kids Special Issues

EU Kids Online

The EU kids Online network recently published special issues in two journals.  The article titles are provided below

International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics

Vol.6, No.1, 2010
Special issue for EU Kids Online

Co-editors: Liza Tsaliki and Leslie Haddon

Commonalities and differences. How to learn from international comparisons of children's online behaviour?
Uwe Hasebrink, Kjartan Ólafsson and Vaclav Stetka

Comparing media coverage of online risks for children in southern European Countries: Italy, Portugal and Spain
Giovanna Mascheroni, Cristina Ponte, Maialen Garmendia Carmelo Garitaonandia and Maria Francesca Murru

Opportunities of Web 2.0: potentials for learning
Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink, Christine W. Wijnen and Tanja Jadin

Protection and access: to regulate young people
Thomas Wold

Disclosure of personal and contact information by young people in social networking sites: an analysis using Facebook™ profiles as an example
Tatjana Taraszow, Elena Aristodemou, Georgina Shitta, Yiannis Laouris and Aysu Arsoy

Journal of Children and the Media

Vol.3, No.4, November 2009
Special issue for EU Kids Online

Co-editors: Sonia Livingstone and Panayiota Tsatsou
Children and the internet: a multinational research agenda

A shared responsibility: similarities and differences in the factors that shape online risk assessment for children in Europe
Joke Bauwens, Bojana Lobe, Katia Segers and Liza Tsaliki

Online content creation practices of Estonian school children in a comparative perspective
Veronika Kalmus, Pille Pruulman-Vengerfeldt, Pille Runnel and Andra Siibak

Norwegian children's experience of cyberbullying when using technological platforms
Petter Bae Brandzaeg, Elisabeth Staksrud, Ingunn Hagen and Thomas Wold

Gender differences in children's internet use: key findings from Europe
Helen McQuillan and Brian O'Neill

A comparative analysis of European press coverage of children and the internet
Leslie Haddon and Gitte Stald

Parental mediation of children's internet use in different European countries
Lucyna Kirwil

 

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