Academic Publications

BOOKS

Milosevic, T. (Forthcoming). Protecting Children Online? Cyberbullying Policies of Social Media Companies. MIT Press.

PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

Staksrud, E., & Milosevic, T. (Forthcoming). Adolescents and Children in Global Media Landscape: From Risks to Rights. Annals of the International Communication Association.

Montgomery, K., Chester, J., & Milosevic, T. Forthcoming. Children’s Privacy in the Big Data Era: Research Opportunities. Pediatrics (supplement).

Görzig, A., Milosevic, T., & Staksrud, E. (2017). Cyberbullying Victimization in Context: The Role of Social Inequalities in Countries and Regions. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 48(8), 1198-1215.

Milosevic, T. (2016). Social Media Companies’ Cyberbullying Policies.  International Journal of Communication, 10(22). Available online: http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/5320

Aufderheide, P., Milosevic, T. Bello, B. (2015). The Impact of Copyright Permissions Culture on the US Visual Arts Community: The Consequences of Fear of Fair Use. New Media & Society.

Milosevic, T. (2015). Cyberbullying in US Mainstream Media. Journal of Children and Media 9(4).

Feldman, L., Hart, S., and Milosevic, T. (2015). Polarizing News? Representations of Threat and Efficacy in Leading U.S. Newspapers’ Coverage of Climate Change. Public Understanding of Science. Published online before print July 30, 2015, doi: 10.1177/0963662515595348 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Holloway, D., Milosevic, T., & Jorge, A. (2017). Framing risks around smart toys. In G.Mascheroni, & D. Holloway (Eds.) The Internet of Toys: A report on media and social discourses around young children and IoToys. DigiLitEY.

Liubiniene, V., & Milosevic T. (2017). Global and local insights into involvement with IoToys. In G. Mascheroni, & D. Holloway (Eds.), The Internet of Toys: A report on media and social discourses around young children and IoToys. DigiLitEY.

Montgomery, K., Chester, J., & Milosevic, T. (2017). Ensuring young people’s digital privacy as a fundamental right. In B. De Abreu, A.  Lee, J. McDougall, J. Melki, &  P. Mihailidis (Eds.), International Handbook of Media Literacy. New York, NY: Routledge.

Milosevic, T. (2016). Das framing von cyberbullying in den US-amerikanischen mainstream-medien (Framing cyberbullying in US mainstream media). In S-M. Kohler, H-H. Kruger, & N. Pfaff (Eds.), Handbuch Peerforschung. (Handbook Peer Research). Berlin, Germany: Barbara Budrich Academic Publishing.

Aufderheide, P., Jaszi, P., Bello, B., Milosevic, T., and College Art Association of  America. (2014). Copyright, Permissions, and Fair Use Among Visual Artists and the Academic and Museum Visual Arts Communities: An Issues Report. Available here

Milosevic, T. (2009). US International Communications. In Encyclopedia of Journalism (pp. 1418-1422). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Milosevic, T. (2004). Melting the Ice: Project of Students of American University in Bulgaria. Temida. 7 (4): 63-64.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS and PANELS

Milosevic, T. (2016, November). Towards a rights-based self-regulatory framework: Social media companies’ responsibility for cyberbullying and commercial data collection. Panel presentation with Dr. Sonia Livingstone, Dr. Eva Lievens, Dr. Kathryn Montgomery, Dr. Elisabeth Staksrud. European Communications Research and Education Association (ECREA), Annual Conference, Prague.

Milosevic, T. (2016, July). Social media companies’ policies against bullying: Between protection and participation rights. Presentation at the meeting of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) pre-conference Children’s and Young People’s Rights in the Digital Age. London School of Economics, London, UK.

Milosevic, T. (2016, June). Cyberbullying policies of social media companies: Towards self-regulatory effectiveness? Presentation at the 66th Annual International Communications Association (ICA) Conference, Fukuoka, Japan.

Goerzig, A., Milosevic, T., Staksrud, E (2016, April): Cyberbullying in context. Presentation at the conference Cyberbullying: A Challenge for Researchers and Practitioners: Prevention and Intervention. Gothenburg, Sweden.

Montgomery, K., C., Chester, J., Milosevic, T. (2015, October). Children’s privacy in the big data era: Challenges and opportunities for scholars. Presentation at the meeting of the Children and Screens Institute Digital Media and Developing Minds, Irvine, CA.

Milosevic, T. (2015, October). Privatized governance of privacy, free expression, intellectual property rights and cyberbullying. Fishbowl presentation with Tatevik Sargsyan and Andrea Hackl at the 16th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Phoenix, Arizona.

Milosevic, T. (2014, May). Copyright practices and creative self-censorship in the visual arts community. Presentation at the 64th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Seattle, WA.

Milosevic, T. (2013, November). Pilot study: Framing Cyberbullying in US Mainstream Media. Presentation at the National Communication Association’s (NCA) 100th Annual Conference, Washington DC.

Milosevic, T. (2012, December). Developing a Dignity Framework for studying cyberbullying. Presentation at the annual workshop of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies Network (Human DHS) in New York, NY.

Livingston, S., & Milosevic, T. (2009, April). Media framing of geostrategic outcomes of The War in Iraq: The case of Iran. Presentation at the Midwest Political Science Association’s 67th Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Milosevic, T. (2009, March). US public diplomacy in Serbia after Kosovo. Presentation at the International Studies Association’s 50th Annual Conference, New York, NY.

 

 

 

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