Working
Papers Series

O'Neill, B., Dinh, T.(2012).
Irish Kids Online: Comparing Youth and Parent Perspectives.
Digital Childhoods Working Paper Series (No.1)

 

O'Neill, B. Dinh, T. (2012).
Digital Literacy, Digital Opportunities.
Digital Childhoods Working Paper Series (No.2)

 

O'Neill, B., Dinh, T. (2012).
Social Networking Among Irish 9-16 year olds
Digital Childhoods Working Paper Series (No.3)

 

O'Neill, B., Dinh, T. (2013)

Cyber Bullying among 9- 16 year olds in Ireland

Digital Childhoods Working Paper Series (No.4)



Reports

Livingstone, Sonia and Ólafsson, Kjartan and O’Neill, Brian and Donoso, Veronica (2012).
Towards a better internet for children: findings and recommendations from EU Kids Online to inform the CEO coalition.
EU Kids Online , The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

 

O’Neill, B., Livingstone, S. and McLaughlin, S. (2011).
Final recommendations for policy, methodology and research.
London, LSE, EU Kids Online.

 

O’Neill, B., Grehan, S., Ólafsson, K. (2011).
Risks and safety for children on the internet: the Ireland report.
LSE, London: EU Kids Online.

 

O’Neill, B, and McLaughlin, S. (2010).
Recommendations on Safety Initiatives.
LSE, London: EU Kids Online.

 

O'Neill, Brian and Barnes, Cliona:
Media literacy and the public sphere: a contextual study for public media literacy promotion in Ireland.
Research funded by the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland, under the Media Research Funding Scheme 2007.

 

Barnes, C., Corcoran, F., Flanagan, B. and O’Neill, B.
Final Report: Critical Media Literacy in Ireland.
Dublin: Radharc Media Trust, 2007

 

Downey, Stella and Hayes, Noirin and O'Neill, Brian:
Play and technology for children aged 4-12.
Study commissioned by the Office of the Minister for Children, Government of Ireland.


Books, Chapters
and Journal Articles

O'Neill, B., & Staksrud, E. (2012).
Policy implications and recommendations: now what?
In S. Livingstone, L. Haddon & A. Görzig (Eds.), Children, risk and safety online: Research and policy challenges in comparative perspective (pp. 339-354). Bristol: Policy Press.

 

B O'Neill (2011)
"Media Effects in Context"
In Virgina Nightingale Editor, The Handbook of Media Audiences, Oxford: Blackwell.

 

O'Neill, B. (2010)
"Current policy developments in European media literacy."
International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics 6(2): 235-241.

 

O'Neill, B. (2010)
"Media Literacy and Communication Rights: Ethical Individualism in the New Media Environment."
International Communication Gazette 72(4-5): 323-338.

 

O'Neill, B. and I. Hagen (2009)
Media literacy. Kids online: Opportunities and risks for children. Sonia Livingstone and L. Haddon (eds.). Bristol, Policy Press: 229-239.

 

McQuillan, H. and B. Neill (2009)
"Gender Differences in Children's Internet Use." Journal of Children and Media 3(4): 366-378.

 

 


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