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Brian O'Neill
Brian O'Neill
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin)
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Final recommendations for policy, methodology and research
S Livingstone, B O'Neill, S Mclaughlin
EU Kids Online network, 2011
100*2011
Digital citizenship education: Volume 1: Overview and new perspectives
D Frau-Meigs, B O’Neill, A Soriani, V Tomé
Council of Europe, 2017
982017
Exploring the use of positive psychology interventions in brain injury survivors with challenging behaviour
HE Andrewes, V Walker, B O’Neill
Brain injury 28 (7), 965-971, 2014
952014
Children’s rights online: Challenges, dilemmas and emerging directions
S Livingstone, B O’Neill
Minding minors wandering the web: Regulating online child safety, 19-38, 2014
922014
The Future of Radio is Still Digital—But Which One? Expert Perspectives and Future Scenarios for Radio Media in 2015
S Lax, D Phil, B O'Neill, PJ Cand, H Shaw
Journal of Radio & Audio Media 15 (1), 4-25, 2008
732008
Mobile internet access and use among European children: initial findings of the Net Children Go Mobile project
G Mascheroni, K Ólafsson, A Cuman, T Dinh, L Haddon, H Jřrgensen, ...
Educatt, 2013
692013
Media literacy and communication rights
B O'Neill
International communication gazette 72 (4-5), 323-338, 2010
642010
Children’s rights and digital technologies
E Lievens, S Livingstone, S McLaughlin, B O’Neill, V Verdoodt
International human rights of children 1, 27, 2018
602018
DAB Eureka-147: a European vision for digital radio
B O'Neill
New Media & Society 11 (1-2), 261, 2009
562009
Play and Technology for children aged 4-12
S Downey, N Hayes, B O’Neill
Centre for Social and Educational Research. Dublin Institute of Technology …, 2007
492007
Towards a better internet for children: findings and recommendations from EU Kids Online to inform the CEO coalition
S Livingstone, K Ólafsson, B O’Neill, V Donoso
The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2012
482012
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
452017
Gender differences in children's internet use
H McQuillan, B O'Neill
Journal of Children and Media 3 (4), 366-378, 2009
442009
Risks and safety for children on the internet: the Ireland report
B O'Neill, S Grehan, K Ólafsson
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2011
412011
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
392014
Mobile technologies and the incidence of cyberbullying in seven European countries: Findings from Net Children Go Mobile
B O’Neill, T Dinh
Societies 5 (2), 384-398, 2015
382015
Towards a better internet for children
S Livingstone, K Ólafsson, B O’Neill, V Donoso
London: EU Kids Online, 2012
362012
CBC. ca: Broadcast sovereignty in a digital environment
B O’Neill
Convergence 12 (2), 179-197, 2006
362006
Digital audio broadcasting in Canada: Technology and policy in the transition to digital radio
B O'Neill
Canadian Journal of Communication 32 (1), 2007
342007
Net children go Mobile: Full findings from Ireland
B O'Neill, T Dinh
Technological University Dublin, 2015
322015
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