Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Young Authors' Thoughts on Net Culture.
1: Context of Net Cultures.
2: Young People and Online Risk.
3: Youth and Online Social Networking: From Local Experiences to Public Discourses.
4: Swedish Students Online: An Inquiry into Differing Cultures on the Internet.
6: Fat Talk: Constructing the Body through Eating Disorders Online among Swedish Girls.
7: To Be Continued… Fan Fiction and the Constructing of Identity.
8: Digital Neighbourhoods: A Sociological Perspective on the Forming of Self-Feeling Online.
9: The Use of Interactive Media in Identity Construction by Female Undergraduates in a Nigerian University.
10: The Representation of Female Friendships on Young Women's MySpace Profiles: The All-Female World and the Feminine ‘Other’.
11: YouTube as a Performative Arena: How Swedish Youth Are Negotiating Space, Community Membership, and Gender Identities through the Art of Parkour.
12: Identity and Sexuality.
13: Young People and Cybersex in a Sexually Conservative Society: A Case Study from Mauritius.
14: Youth, Sexuality and the Internet: Young People's Use of the Internet to Learn about Sexuality.
15: Adolescents and Online Dating Attitudes.
16: The Role of Internet Newsgroups in the Coming-Out Process of Gay Male Youth: An Israeli Case Study1.
17: Contemporary Challenges.
18: The Competent Youth's Exposure of Teachers at YouTube.se.
19: Moving from Cyber-Bullying to Cyber-Kindness: What Do Students, Educators and Parents Say?.
20: Electronic Aggression among Adolescents: An Old House with a New Facade (or Even a Number of Houses).
21: Ways of ICT Usage among Mildly Intellectually Disabled Adolescents: Potential Risks and Advantages.
22: Gaming and Aggression: The Importance of Age-Appropriateness in Violent Video Games.
23: Young People, Sexual Content and Solicitation Online.
24: Spirituality in Cybercrime (Yahoo Yahoo) Activities among Youths in South West Nigeria.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.