2011

6:27 pm Teaduskirjanduses avaldatud

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. 

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