Romania publications

Publications

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.

Presentations

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.

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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

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