Elisabeth Staksrud
Elisabeth Staksrud
Professor, Dept. of media and communication, University of Oslo
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EU Kids Online 2020: Survey results from 19 countries
D Smahel, H Machackova, G Mascheroni, L Dedkova, E Staksrud, ...
Does the use of social networking sites increase children’s risk of harm?
E Staksrud, K Ólafsson, S Livingstone
Computers in human behavior 29 (1), 40-50, 2013
European research on children’s internet use: Assessing the past and anticipating the future
S Livingstone, G Mascheroni, E Staksrud
New media & society 20 (3), 1103-1122, 2018
Children and online risk: powerless victims or resourceful participants?
E Staksrud, S Livingstone
Information, Communication & Society 12 (3), 364-387, 2009
„Social Networking and Age and Privacy,‟
S Livingstone, K Ólafsson, E Staksrud
EU Kids Online, 2011
In their own words: what bothers children online
S Livingstone, L Kirwil, C Ponte, EUKON Staksrud, E
European Journal of Communication 29 (3), 271-288, 2014
Developing a framework for researching children’s online risks and opportunities in Europe
S Livingstone, G Mascheroni, E Staksrud
EU Kids online, 2015
Risky social networking practices among “underage” users: Lessons for evidence-based policy
S Livingstone, K Ólafsson, E Staksrud
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 18 (3), 303-320, 2013
What do we know about children’s use of online technologies?: a report on data availability and research gaps in Europe [long version]
E Staksrud, S Livingstone, L Haddon
EU Kids Online, 2007
Children in the online world: Risk, regulation, rights
E Staksrud
Routledge, 2016
In their own words: What bothers children online?
S Livingstone, L Kirwil, C Ponte, E Staksrud
London School of Economics & Political Science, 2013
Final recommendations for policy
B O’Neill, E Staksrud
London: EU Kids Online, LSE, 2014
Evaluation of the implementation of the Safer Social Networking Principles for the EU Part I: General report
E Staksrud, B Lobe
Norwegian children's experiences of cyberbullying when using different technological platforms
PB Brandtzćg, E Staksrud, I Hagen, T Wold
Journal of Children and Media 3 (4), 349-365, 2009
EU kids online: Findings, methods, recommendations
S Livingstone, L Haddon, U Hasebrink, K Ólafsson, B O’Neill, D Smahel, ...
LSE, London: EU Kids Online. Available on http://lsedesignunit. com/EUKidsOnline, 2014
In their own words: what bothers children online? with the EU Kids Online Network
S Livingstone, L Kirwil, C Ponte, E Staksrud
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2013
‘We always torment different people, so by definition, we are no bullies’: The problem of definitions in cyberbullying research
J Kofoed, E Staksrud
New Media & Society 21 (4), 1006-1020, 2019
Digital mobbing: Hvem Hvor, Hvordan, Hvorfor – og hva kan voksne gjřre?.
E Staksrud
Kommuneforlaget, 2013
Where policy and practice collide: Comparing United States, South African and European Union approaches to protecting children online
M Bulger, P Burton, B O’Neill, E Staksrud
New Media & Society 19 (5), 750-764, 2017
Online grooming legislation: Knee-jerk regulation?
E Staksrud
European journal of communication 28 (2), 152-167, 2013
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