[Air-L] New book published - Kids Online, edited by Sonia Livingstone and Leslie Haddon (Bristol, Policy Press)
S.Livingstone at lse.ac.uk
S.Livingstone at lse.ac.uk
Sun Oct 25 15:32:34 PDT 2009
New book just published!
EU Kids Online is delighted to announce the publication of its new book, "Kids Online: Opportunities and Risks for Children", edited by Sonia Livingstone and Leslie Haddon (Bristol: Policy Press). This provides an up to date account of how children use the internet in Europe, including such topical issues as social networking, risky contacts, parental mediation, media literacy and many more.
Ordering information is available here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/EUKidsOnline/KidsOnlineflyer.pdf
As Professor Tanya Byron, author of the influential Byron Review into Safer Children in a Digital World says, "Professor Livingstone and colleagues provide extensive evidence-based findings which enable academics, educationalists, policy makers, parents and young people to think beyond anxieties generated by new technologies and make informed decisions about maximizing digital opportunities while managing risks. An impressive and essential book, central to the child digital safety debate."
Contents of Kids Online
Introduction: Sonia Livingstone and Leslie Haddon; What we know, what we do not know: Verónica Donoso, Kjartan Ólafsson and Thorbjörn Broddason; Research with children: Bojana Lobe, José Alberto Simões and Bieke Zaman; Opportunities and pitfalls of cross-national research: Uwe Hasebrink, Kjartan Ólafsson and Václav Štětka; Cultures of research and policy in Europe: Leslie Haddon and Gitte Stald; Opportunities and benefits online: Veronika Kalmus, Pille Runnel and Andra Siibak; Adolescents and social network sites: identity, friendships and privacy: Jochen Peter, Patti M. Valkenburg and Cedric Fluckiger; Young people online: gender and age influences: Helen McQuillan and Leen d’Haenens; Digital divides: Panayiota Tsatsou, Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt and Maria Francesca Murru; Risky contacts: Marika Hanne Lüders, Petter Bae Brandtzæg and Elza Dunkels; Inappropriate content: Thomas Wold, Elena Aristodemou, Elza Dunkels and Yiannis Laouris; Problematic conduct: juvenile delinquency on the internet: Elisabeth Staksrud; Reporting young people and the internet: agency, voices and agendas: Cristina Ponte, Joke Bauwens and Giovanna Mascheroni; The role of parental mediation in explaining cross-national experiences of risk: Bojana Lobe, Katia Segers and Liza Tsaliki; Maximising opportunities and minimising risks for children online: Jos de Haan; Parental mediation: Lucyna Kirwil, Maialen Garmendia, Carmelo Garitaonandia and Gemma Martínez Fernández ; Making use of ICT for learning in European schools: Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink, Andrea Dürager, Christine Wijnen and Kadri Ugur; Media literacy: Brian O’Neill and Ingunn Hagen; Conclusion: Sonia Livingstone and Leslie Haddon.
We hope that you will stay in touch with our new project - a major pan-European survey of children and parents regarding children's online use, risks and safety – by joining our mailing list at http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/EUKidsOnline/MailingList.htm.
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