Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Suur osa siin väljatoodud artiklitest ja raamatupeatükkidest on kättesaadavad Eesti Teadusinfosüsteemi kaudu, otsides alustuseks autori nime ning seejärel klikkides tema publikatsioonide seas teie jaoks huvipakkuvale kirjele.

2014

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

1. Kalmus, V., Siibak, A. & Blinka, L. (2014). Internet and child well-being. In A. Ben-Arieh, I. Frones, F. Casas & J. E. Korbin (Eds.),Handbook of Child Well-Being: Theories, methods and policies in global perspective (pp. 2093-2133). Dordrecht: Springer.

Murumaa-Mengel, M. (ilmumas, 2014). Drawing the Threat: A Study on Perceptions of the Online Pervert among Estonian High-School Students. Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research. xx.

Murumaa-Mengel, M. & Siibak, A. (ilmumas, 2014). Roles of a Researcher: Reflections After Doing a Case-Study with Youth on a Sensitive Topic. In L. Kramp, N. Carpentier, A. Hepp, I. Tomanic-Trivundza, H. Nieminen, R. Kunelius, T. Olsson, E. Sundin & R. Kilborn (Eds.) Media Practice and Everyday Agency in Europe (pp. xx-xx). Bremen: edition lumière.

2013

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Kalmus, V., Talves, K. & Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P. (2013). Behind the Slogan of “e-State:” Digital Stratification in Estonia. In M. Ragnedda & G. Muschert (Eds.), The Digital Divide: The Internet and Social Inequality in International Perspective (pp. 193-206). London: Routledge.

Kalmus, V., Masso, A. & Lauristin, M. (2013). Preferences in media use and perception of inter-generational differences among age groups in Estonia: A cultural approach to media generations. Northern Lights: Film & Media Studies Yearbook, 11(1), 15-34.

Kalmus, V. & Ólafsson, K. (2013). Editorial: A child-centred perspective on risks and opportunities in cyberspace. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 7(1).

Oolo, E. & Siibak, A. (2013).  Performing for one’s imagined audience:  social steganography and other privacy strategies  of Estonian teens on networked publics. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 7 (1).

Siibak, A., Forsman, M. & Hernwall, P. (2013). Employing creative research methods with tweens in Estonia and Sweden: Reflections on a case-study on multimodal virtual identity constructions. In K. Bredl, J. Hünniger & J. Linaa Jensen (Eds.), Methods for Analysing Social Media (pp. 108-119). London: Routledge.

Siibak, A. & Murumaa, M. (2013). Exploring the Potential of Creative Research for the Study of Imagined Audiences: A Case Study of Estonian Students’ Sketches on Typical Facebook Users. In G. Patriarche, H. Bilandzic, J. Linaa Jensen & J. Jurišic (Eds.), Audience Research Methodologies: Between Innovation and Consolidation (pp. 127-143). London: Routledge.

Siibak, A. & Tamme, V. (2013). Who introduced granny to Facebook? An exploration of everyday family interaction in web-based communication environments. Northern Lights, 11(1), 71-89.

Siibak, A. (2013). Innovation at the level of a research topic. In M. Barbovschi, L. Green & S. Vandonick (Eds.), Innovative approaches for investigating how children understand risk in new media: Dealing with methodological and ethical challenges (pp. 16-19). 

Vittadini, N., Siibak, A., Bilandizic, H. & Carpentier Reifova, I. (2013). Generations and media: Social construction of generational identity and differences. In N. Carpentier, K.C. Schrøder & L. Hallett (Eds.), Audience Transformations: Shifting Audience Positions in Late Modernity (pp. 65-81). London: Routledge.

2012

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Hernwall, P. & Siibak, A. (2012). The making of online identity. The use of creative method to support young people in their reflection of age and gender. In Strano, M., Hrachovec, H., Sudweek, F., Ess, C. (toim.): Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication 2012: Proceedings of the Eight International Conference on Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication, Aarhus, Denmark, 18-20 June, 2012. Murdoch WA: School of Information Technology Murdoch University, 2012, 38 - 50. 

Kolpakova, O. (2012). Online behaviour related to child sexual abuse. Focus groups’ findings. Preliminary report in ROBERT project. Council of the Baltic Sea States. 

Murumaa, M. & Siibak, A. (2012). The Imagined Audience on Facebook: Analysis of Estonian Teen sketches about Typical Facebook Users. First Monday  17(2).

Naruskov, K., Luik, P., Nocentini, A., & Menesini, E. (2012). Estonian Students’ Perception and Definition of Cyberbullying. Trames : Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 16(4), 323 - 343.

Vinter, K. & Siibak, A. (2012). The Role of Parents in Guiding Pre-school Children’s use of Computers and the Internet: Analyzing Perceptions of Estonian Children and Parents. In Mikk, Jaan; Luik, Piret; Veisson, Marika (Eds.). Lifelong Learning and Teacher Development. Peter Lang Publishers House, pp 78 - 94.

 

2011

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Hernwall, P. & Siibak, A. (2011). Writing identity – gendered values and user content creation in SNS interaction among Estonian and Swedish tweens. Global Studies of Childhood 1(4).

Kalmus, V. & Roosalu, T. (2011). Institutional filters on children’s internet use: An additional explanation of cross-national differences in parental mediation. In M. Walrave, W. Heirman, S. Mels, C. Timmerman & H. Vandebosch (Eds), e-Youth: Balancing between Opportunities and Risks (235-250). Brussels: Peter Lang.

Kalmus, V. & Roosalu, T. (2011). Parental mediation of EU kids’ Internet use revisited: Looking for a complex model of cross-national differences. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 7(1), 55-66.

Roosalu, T. & Kalmus, V. (2011). Families bolstering the effects of globalisation: Do welfare regimes explain cross-national differences in parenting strategies? In G. T. Papanikos (Ed.), Essays on Social Themes (247-258). Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research.

Siibak, A. (2011). Online peer culture and interpretive reproduction on the social networking site profiles of the tweens. In Colombo, F. & Fortunati, L. (Eds.), Broadband Society and Generational Changes. Berlin: Peter Lang, 121-132.

Siibak, A. & Hernwall, P. (2011). “Looking like my favourite Barbie” – Online gender construction of tween girls in Estonia and in Sweden. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 3(2), 57-68. 

2010

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Kalmus, V., Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P. (2010). Laste ja noorte internetikasutus – riskid ja võimalused. Rmt: Infoühiskonna aastaraamat 2009. Tallinn: Majandus- ja Kommunikatsiooniministeerium, 17-19.

Siibak, A. (2010). Uus meedia ja eakaaslaste kultuur. Rmt: Lauristin, M. (toim.), Eesti Inimarengu Aruanne 2009. Tallinn: Eesti Koostöö Kogu, 127–130. 

Siibak, A. (2010). Performing the norm. Estonian pre-teens’ perceptions about visual self-presentation strategies on social networking website rate. Medien Journal, 4, 35-47.

Siibak, A., Ugur, K. (2010). Is Social Networking the New “Online Playground” for Young Children? A Study of Rate Profile in Estonia. In: Berson, I. & Berson, M. (Eds.), High-Tech Tots: Childhood in a Digital World. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 125-152.

2009

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Kalmus, V., Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P., Runnel, P. & Siibak, A. (2009). Mapping the Terrain of “Generation C”: Places and Practices of Online Content Creation among Estonian Teenagers. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 14(4), 1257-1282.

Kalmus, V., Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P., Runnel, P. & Siibak, A. (2009). Online Content Creation Practices of Estonian Schoolchildren in a Comparative Perspective. Journal of Children and Media, 3(4), 331-348.

Kalmus, V., Runnel, P. & Siibak, A. (2009). Opportunities and Benefits Online. In: Livingstone, S., Haddon, L. (Eds.), Kids Online: Opportunities and Risks for Children. Bristol: Policy Press, 71-82.

Runnel, P. (2009). Transformation of the Internet Usage Practices in Estonia. Dissertationes de mediis et communicationibus Universitatis Tartuensis, 8. Tartu: Tartu University Press. 

Siibak, A. (2009). “Püüan mõista, enne kui hukka mõistan”: Eesti noored virtuaalmaailmas. Mihus (3), 26-27.

Siibak, A. (2009). Self-Presentation of the “Digital Generation” in Estonia. Dissertationes de mediis et communicationibus Universitatis Tartuensis, 7. Tartu: Tartu University Press. 

Siibak, A. (2009). Constructing the Self through the Photo Selection: The Importance of Photos on Social Networking Websites. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 3(1).

2008

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Kalmus, V. (2008) Riskialtid tiigrikutsud: Eesti lapsed kui (uue) meedia kasutajad. Rmt: L. Ots (toim.), Uued ajad – uued lapsed: Teadusartiklite kogumik. Tallinn: Tallinna Ülikooli Kirjastus, 35-62.

Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, P., Kalmus, V., Runnel, P. (2008). Creating Content or Creating Hype: Practices of Online Content Creation and Consumption in Estonia. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychological Research on Cyberspace, No. 2.

2007

Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud No Comments

Kalmus, V. (2007). Estonian Adolescents’ Expertise in the Internet in Comparative Perspective. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, No. 1.

Siibak, A. (2007). Casanova’s of the Virtual World: How Boys Present Themselves on Dating Websites. In M. Muukkonen and T. Sotkasiira (Eds.), Young People at the Crossroads. Joensuu: University of Joensuu, Reports of Karelian Institute, No. 3, pp. 82-91. 

Siibak, A. (2007). Reflections of RL in the Virtual World: Visual Gender Identity of the Most Remarkable Youngsters in Estonian Dating Website Rate. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychological Research on Cyberspace, No. 1.