6 PREFACE This book is about connecting the fascinating and rapidly-evolving body of multidisciplinary work in Internet studies and the network society with the comparatively long-established body of work in the sociology of stratification. In particular, the goal of the book is to connect studies of digital divides (that is, unequal access to-and usage of… (More)
Innovative approaches for investigating how children understand risk in new media. Dealing with methodological and ethical challenges. and with the help of members of the EU Kids Online network (Annex 3). The editors and contributors would like to thank Marie-Louise McDermott and Dawn Rushen for their copy-(2013). Innovative approaches for investigating how… (More)
European self-regulation to ensure children's safety on social networking sites (SNS) stipulates that children should be old enough to use their services. However, a growing number of children are not. Drawing on data from the Net Children Go Mobile (NCGM) project (2012-2014), this study focuses on children aged 9-12 years, among whom 42% have a profile on… (More)
This report accompanies and should be read in conjunction with Deliverable D3.1: Net children go mobile: risks and opportunities.