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Mobile Identity: Youth, Identity, and Mobile Communication Media
(sixteen-year old girl) The girl who is quoted above expresses an immediate understanding of the mobile phone’s dual, but interdependent qualities for young people. One quality is the communicativeExpand
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Online on the mobile: Internet use on smartphones and associated risks among youth in Europe
Summary 1. This report analyses how children aged 9-16 changed their internet use between 2010, when most children used fixed computers and laptops, and 2013, with over one-quarter (c. 28%) of 9-12Expand
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The mobile phone in street protest: Texting, tweeting, tracking, and tracing
This paper examines the role of information provision through mobile communication in mass street protest. The argument is based on two case studies: (a) the civic outrage of young people concerningExpand
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Global Culture in Practice
This article discusses a preliminary exploration of how globalization becomes embedded into the lives of children and adolescents in three very different countries: Denmark, France and Israel.Expand
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A Comparative Analysis of European Press Coverage of Children and the Internet
This article reports a content analysis of press coverage of children and the Internet in order to examine cross-cultural similarities and differences in the news values framing accounts of theExpand
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Cross-cultural contexts of research: factors influencing the study of children and the internet in Europe
Original citation: Stald, Gitte and Haddon, Leslie (2008) Cross-cultural contexts of research: factors influencing the study of children and the internet in Europe. The EU Kids Online network hasExpand
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Global encounters : media and cultural transformation
Part 1: Globalisation, Differentiation and World Part 2: Cultural Urbanisation, World Media and Global Commons Part 3: Cosmopolitanism, Diaspora and Cultural Diversity
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Mobile Communities: Are We Talking About a Village, a Clan, or a Small Group?
A central issue in the adoption and use of information and communication technology is the degree to which it either contributes to or detracts from the development of social cohesion in the smallExpand
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Guidelines to prevent cyber-bullying: a cross-national review
Cyberbullying is one of the darker and more troubling aspects to the growing accessibility of new media technologies. Children in developed countries engage with cyberspace at younger and youngerExpand
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