(2001). Bedroom culture and the privatization of media use’. In
(1986). Being Digital. London: Hodder and Stoughton. Newburn,T.(1992)PermissionandRegulation:Lawand Morals in Post- War Britain.
(2003). Can the Internet economy be governed and if so,
(2004). Children and Mobile Phones: An Agenda for Action. www.childnet-int.org/ downloads/CMPAAA_A4.pdf
(1999). Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace.
(1997). Commission of the European Communities
Commission of the European Communities (1996a) Communication on the Implications of the Information Society for European Union Policies – Preparing the Next Steps. Brussels: COM(96) 395;
Commission of the European Communities (1996c) Illegal and Harmful Content on the Internet.
Commission of the European Communities (2005) Proposal for a Directive of the
(2004). Content regulation in Malaysia: unleashing missiles on dangerous web sites’.
(2005). Content regulation in the multiplatform multichannel digital age’. Regulation in a Digital Environment Seminar, Hong Kong,
(2005). Content regulation in the multiplatform multichannel digital age’. Regulation in a Digital Environment Seminar, Hong Kong, August.Ofcom:www.ofcom.org.uk/media/speeches/
(1989). Democracy in the Kitchen: Regulating Mothers and Socialising Daughters.
(1998). Early children’s broadcasting in Britain, 1922–1964: programming for a liberal democracy’.
(1988). English Children and their Magazines,
(1999). European policy on regulation of content on the internet’. In
(1987). Evolution of children’s television regulatory policy’.
(1985). Federal Communications Commission
(1998). Freedom of expression and regulation of information in cyberspace: issues concerning potential international cooperation principles for cyberspace’. Speech to
(1999). Freedom of expression: censorship in private hands’.
(1997). Governance of pornography and child pornography on the global internet: a multilayered approach’. In L. Edwards and C. Waelde (eds) Law and the Internet: Regulating Cyberspace.
(1996). Governing networks and cyberspacerule-making’.EmoryLawJournal,45:
(1994). Group on the Information Society
(1983). Hooligan: A History of Respectable Fears.
(2005). ICRA Labelling System Speciﬁcation. Internet Content Rating Association. http://www.icra.org/ systemspeciﬁcation/
(2000). International lessons on law and regulation’. In
(2006). Internet Censorship in Australia. www.efa.org.au/Issues/Censor/Cens 1. html
(2006). Internet content regulation: implications for e-government’.
(2001). Internet content regulation: UK government and the control of internet content’.
(1999). Is convergence a purely European obsession?’ Paper presented to the CCIS/Euricom Colloquium on The Political Economy of Convergence. London:
(1997). Kids’ Stuff: Toys and the Changing World of American Childhood.
(1992). Make Room for TV.
(1992). Modernity and media panics’
(1994). Moral Panics: The Social Construction of Deviance.
(1996). Moving Images: Understanding Children’s Emotional Reponses to Television. Manchester:
(2006). Networks, markets and hierarchies. Governance and regulation of the UK internet’.
(2002). New global media and communication policy: the role of the state in the twenty-ﬁrstcentury’.InL.LievrouwandS.Livingstone (eds) The Handbook of
(2004). Ofcom’s Strategy and Priorities for the Promotion of Media Literacy: A Statement. www.ofcom.org.uk
(2001). Online Grooming and UK Law: A Submission by Childnet International to the Home Ofﬁce. www.childnet-int.org/ downloads/online-grooming.pdf
(1999). Out of control: television and the transformation of childhood in late capitalism’.
(2004). Parents, Media and Public Policy. Washington: Kaiser Family Foundation.
(1996). Policies: Media and Communications Strategies for the Future.
(2006). Policing and cybersociety: the maturation of regulation within an online community’.
(2005). Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy
(2004). Regulating the internet at home: contrasting the perspectives of children and parents’. http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/ media@lse/pdf/SLstaff_page/Livingstone-Bober_ Regulating_the_internet_at_home.pdf
(1996). Report on legislation related to pornography and obscenity: the case for reform’.
(1954). Seduction of the Innocent.
(2003). Self-regulation and the media: four years later’. Paper presented to the Programme on Comparative Media Law and Policy,
(1997). Television violence redux: the continuing mythology of effects’. In
(2002). Television, Childhood and the Home: A History of the Making of the Child Television Audience in Britain. Oxford:
(1999). The Contribution of Hotlines to Combating Child Pornography on the Internet. www.childnet-int.org/downloads/combating-childpornography.pdf
(1999). The dark side of cyberspace: internet content regulation and child protection’.
(1997). The governance of cyberspace’.
(1998). The Integrity and Erosion of Public Television for Children: A Pan-European Study. London: Broadcasting Standards Commission.
(1998). The Place of “childhood” in internet content regulation: a case study of policy in the UK’.
(1997). The Provision of Children’s Television
(1997). The Provision of Children’s Television in Britain: 1992–1996: [14:28 25/9/2007 5002-Drotner-Ch28.tex]
(2003). The Sexual Offences Bill: progress and the future’.
(1999). The Three-Hour Rule: Insiders’ Reactions.
(1997). TheGlobalMedia: The New Missionaries of Corporate Capitalism.