Theoretical framework for children's internet use ~ Sonia Livingstone and Leslie Haddon; Methodological framework: the EU Kids Online project ~ Anke Görzig; Cognitive interviewing and responses to EU Kids Online survey questions ~ Christine Ogan, Turkan Karakus, Engin Kursun, Kursat Cagiltay and Duygu Kasikci; Which children are fully online? ~ Ellen Helsper; Varieties of access and use ~ Giovanna Mascheroni, Maria Francesca Murru and Anke Görzig; Online opportunities ~ Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt and Pille Runnel; Digital skills in the context of media literacy ~ Nathalie Sonck, Els Kuiper and Jos de Haan; Between public and private: Privacy in social networking sites ~ Reijo Kupiainen, Annikka Suoninen and Kaarina Nikunen; Experimenting with the Self: A Risky Opportunity ~ Lucyna Kirwil and Yiannis Laouris; Young Europeans' online environments: a typology of user practices ~ Uwe Hasebrink; Bullying ~ Claudia Lampert and Verónica Donoso; 'Sexting' - the exchange of sexual messages online among European youth ~ Sonia Livingstone and Anke Görzig; Pornography ~ Antonis Rovolis and Liza Tsaliki; Meeting new contacts online ~ Monica Barbovschi, Valentina Marinescu, Anca Velicu and Eva Laszlo; Excessive Internet Use among European Children ~ David Smahel and Lukas Blinka; Coping and resilience: children's responses to online risks ~ Sofie Vandoninck, Leen d'Haenens, Katia Segers; Agents of mediation and sources of safety awareness: a comparative overview ~ Dominique Pasquier, José Alberto Simões, Elodie Kredens; The Effectiveness of Parental Mediation ~ Maialen Garmendia, Carmelo Garitaonandia, Gemma Martínez, Miguel Ángel Casado; Effectiveness of teachers' and peer's mediation in supporting opportunities and reducing risks online ~ Veronika Kalmus, Cecilia von Feilitzen and Andra Siibak; Understanding digital inequality: the interplay between parental socialisation and children's development ~ Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink, Cristina Ponte, Andrea Dürager and Joke Bauwens; Similarities and differences across Europe ~ Bojana Lobe and Kjartan Olafsson; Mobile access - different users, different risks, different consequences? ~ Gitte Stald and Kjartan Olafsson; Explaining vulnerability to risk and harm ~ Alfredas Laurinavičius, Rita Žukauskienė, Laura Ustinavičiūtė; Relating online practices, negative experiences and coping strategies ~ Bence Ságvári, Anna Galácz; Towards a general model of determinants of risk and safety ~ Sonia Livingstone, Uwe Hasebrink and Anke Görzig; Policy implications and recommendations: Now what? ~ Brian O'Neill and Elisabeth Staksrud.
Professor Sonia Livingstone directs the EU Kids Online network at LSE and has authored or edited 14 books on media, audiences, children and the internet. Dr Leslie Haddon is a Senior Researcher in the Department of Media and Communications at LSE. He has written extensively about information and communication technologies. Dr Anke Gorzig is Research Fellow in Social Statistics at the Anna Freud Centre/UCL and was the Survey Research Officer for EU Kids Online II.
"The EU Kids Online project is the most theoretically informed and methodologically sophisticated study we have on the issue of risks in the new electronic environment. This book is rich in details and insights that greatly advance our understanding." --David Finkelhor, Crimes against Children Research Center, University of New Hampshire. "A treasure trove of new analysis of the data from an already impressive research study. A must for the bookshelves of students and policy makers alike." --Amanda Lenhart, Pew Research Center.