Elisabeth Staksrud

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Phone +47-22850412
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Visiting address Gaustadalleen 21
Postal address Postboks 1093 Blindern 0317 OSLO

Key Competence

Children, youth and new media, safe use and risk, moral panic, media panic, media regulation and policy, freedom of Expression and censorship, institutionalized individualization

 

Current and previous research, policy and awareness Projects

2013 - 2014: Status for ytringsfriheten i Norge, se http://www.statusytringsfrihet.no/

2012 - 2013: Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University - content filtering project

2011 - 2014: EUkids III at London School of Economics, Management Group, work package leader (dissemination) and national coordinator for Norway.See www.eukidsonline.net

2009 – 2011: Eukids II at London School of Economics, national coordinator for Norway. Sign up for newsletter

2006- 2011: Mediatized Stories at University of Oslo PhD Candidate. Funded by the Norwegian Research Council

2006 – 2009: Eukidsonline at London School of Economics, national coordinator and work package leader (WP1 “data availability”)

2004 – 2006: AwareU at Norwegian Media Authority. Project Director and Training coordinator for EU/EEA national awareness nodes (all sectors) in the field of Internet Safety. The project provided pan-European and regional awareness training and strategy development. Service provided on behalf of the European Commission Safer Internet Action Plan.

2004 – 2006: NONO Project Coordinator Norwegian Internet Awareness Node, funded by the European Commission Safer Internet Action Plan

2002 – 2004: SAFT (Safety Awareness Facts and Tools) Project Director and Coordinator, Research and Awareness project comprising cross-sector stakeholders in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Irland. Funded by the European Commission Safer Internet Action Plan

2001 – 2006: Norwegian Internet Action Plan. Executive Director, Funded by Ministry of Children and Family Affairs

Keywords: Media and Communication, Children and the Internet, Freedom of Expression and Democracy, Censorship, Social Media, Media regulation and policy

Tags: Media and communication, Media use among children and adolescents, Media organisations, Mobile policy and regulation, Social media, Democracy and freedom of expression in the media, Mobile media, Media Use and Users
Published Aug. 25, 2010 9:58 PM - Last modified Dec. 13, 2016 12:22 PM

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