Barbovschi, M., Green, L. & Vandonink, S. (2013). Innovative approaches for investigating how children understand risk in new media. Dealing with methodological and ethical challenges. LSE, London: EU Kids Online.
Barbovschi, M. & Fizesan (Balea), B. (2013). Closing the gap, are we there yet? Reflections on the persistence of second-level digital divide in Central and Eastern Europe. In Ragnedda, M. & Muschert, G.W. (eds.). The Digital Divide: Social Inequality and the Internet in International Perspective. Routledge.
Barbovschi, M. & Marinescu, V. (2013). Youth. Revisiting Policy Dilemmas in Internet Safety in the Context of Children’s Rights. In Brian O’Neil, Elisabeth Staksrud, Sharon McLaughlin (eds.). Towards a Better Internet for Children? Policy Pillars, Players and Paradoxes. Nordicom.
Velicu, A. & Marinescu, V. (2013) Usage of social media by children and teenagers. Results of EU KIDS Online II. In Patrut, B., Patrut, M. & Cmeciu, C. (eds.) Social Media and the New Academic Environment: Pedagogical Challenges. IGI Global.
Marinescu, V. & Velicu, A. (2011) Uses of the Internet by children and youth. Results of the EU Kids Online II, in N. Rilski" (Ed.) Information and Communications Technology , Media and Education, Bulgaria.
Velicu, A. & Marinescu, V. (2010). Cyber bullying – a hidden danger. European perspectives from the EU Kids Online II. Project Presentation at the Conference: A changing world: Young people and risk in the online environment. NOVOTEL Bucharest, 25 November 2010.
In its use of the EU Kids Online data, the Romanian team has focused on specific aspects related to the second-level digital divide and uses of social media by young people. Two outputs are listed below:
1. Barbovschi, M., & Fizesan, B. (2013, forthcoming). Closing the gap, are we there yet? Reflections on the persistence of second-level digital divide in Central and Eastern Europe. In Ragnedda, M. & Muschert, G.W. (eds.). The Digital Divide: Social Inequality and the Internet in International Perspective. Routledge. Description of volume at: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415525442/
2. Velicu, A. & Marinescu, V. (2013). Usage of Social Media by Children and Teenagers: Results of EU KIDS Online II. In Monica Patrut & Bogdan Patrut (eds.) Social Media in Higher Education: Teaching in Web 2.0. IGI Global, pp. 144-178. Available at: http://www.igi-global.com/book/social-media-higher-education/70774