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Phippen, Andy and Bond, Emma (2019) Aldi “Teatime TakeDown” - are data breaches and online abuse the best ways to get children to come down for dinner?”. Entertainment Law Review, 30 (5). pp. 140-142. ISSN 0959-3799

Phippen, Andy and Bond, Emma (2019) When digital ghost stories go viral. Entertainment Law Review, 30 (4). pp. 103-105. ISSN 0959-3799

Phippen, Andy and Bond, Emma (2019) Why is placing the child at the centre of online safeguarding so difficult? Entertainment Law Review, 30 (3). pp. 80-84. ISSN 0959-3799

Bond, Emma and Dogaru, Cristian (2018) An evaluation of an inter-disciplinary training programme for professionals to support children and their families who have been sexually abused online. The British Journal of Social Work. ISSN 0045-3102

Bond, Emma and Tyrrell, Katie (2018) Understanding revenge pornography: a national survey of police officers and staff in England and Wales. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. ISSN 0886-2605

Bruland, D, Pinheiro, P, Bröder, J, Okan, O, Carvalho, G, Saboga-Nunes, L, Bond, Emma, Wahl, P, Fretian, A and Bauer, U (2017) Teachers supporting students with parents having mental health problems. a scoping review. International journal of case studies, 6 (9). pp. 1-15. ISSN 2305-509X

Bröder, J, Okan, O, Bauer, U, Bruland, D, Schlupp, S, Bollweg, T, Saboga-Nunes, L, Bond, Emma, SØrensen, K, Bitzer, E-M, Jordan, S, Domanska, O, Firinges, C, Carvalho, G, Bittlingmayer, U.H, Levin-Zamir, D, Pelikan, J, Sahrai, D, Lenz, A, Wahl, P, Thomas, M, Kessl, F and Pinheiro, P (2017) Health literacy in childhood and youth: a systematic review of definitions and models. BMC Public Health, 17 (361). pp. 1-25. ISSN 1471-2458

Bond, Emma (2016) Staff E-safety INSET presentation by Childnet International, London, 2016. Child Abuse Review, 25 (5). pp. 401-402. ISSN 0952-9136

Castro, T, Osório, A and Bond, Emma (2015) Everybody does pirating! children’s views about online piracy. Configurações, 16. pp. 11-24. ISSN 1646-5075

Book Section

Bond, Emma and Rawlings, Vanessa (2019) Children as active participants in health literacy research and practice? from rhetoric to rights. In: International handbook of health literacy: research, practice and policy across the life-span. Policy Press, Bristol, UK. ISBN 9781447344513

Bond, Emma (2018) Sexting. In: The Oxford encyclopedia of crime, media, and popular culture: 3-volume set. OUP. ISBN 9780190494674

Bond, Emma (2017) It’s terrible having no job, people look down on you and you’ve never enough money: Lowestoft case study. In: Inequalities in the UK: new discourses, evolutions and actions. Emerald Publishing Ltd, Bingley, UK, pp. 271-284. ISBN 9781787144804

Bond, Emma and Rawlings, Vanessa (2017) Virtual vulnerability: safeguarding children in digital environments. In: Technology for smart futures. Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 251-270. ISBN 9783319601366

Bond, Emma and Hallsworth, Simon (2017) The degradation and humiliation of young people. In: The Violence of Austerity. Pluto press, London, UK, pp. 75-84. ISBN 9780745399485

Bond, Emma and Agnew, Stuart (2015) Towards an innovative inclusion: using digital methods with young people. In: Digital methods for social sciences: an interdisciplinary guide to research innovation. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 190-205. ISBN 9781137453655

Bond, Emma (2014) Risk society. In: A companion to criminal justice, mental health and risk. Companions in criminology and criminal justice . Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 250-253. ISBN 9781447310341


Bond, Emma (2014) Childhood, mobile technologies and everyday experiences; changing technologies = changing childhoods? Studies in Childhood and Youth . Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9781137292520


Bond, Emma and Phippen, Andy (2019) Higher education online self-review tool. University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK.

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