UK publications

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|]

Livingstone, S. (2014) Online risk harm, risk and vulnerability: Updated UK risk data, The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Annual Conference, London, March 2014. (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|]

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|]

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. (2013) Risky social networking practices among ‘underage’ users: Lessons for evidence-based policy. Journal for Computer-Mediated Communication. 18(3): 303-320. [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|]

Ito, M., Gutiérrez, K., Livingstone, S., Penuel, B., Rhodes, J., Salen, K., Schor, J., Sefton-Green, J., and Watkins, C. (2013). Connected learning: an agenda for research and design. Irvine, CA: Digital Media and Learning Research Hub. [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. (2012) Critical reflections on the prospects for ICT in education. Oxford Review of Education, 38 (1): 9-24. [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. (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|]

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., 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., 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|]

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|]

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). Positioning children’s interests within debates over internet governance. In von Feilitzen, C., Carlsson, U., and Bucht, C. (eds.) New questions, new insights, new approaches: contributions to the research forum at the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth 2010 (161-173). Goteborg: Nordicom. [Full text|]

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