Atte Oksanen
Atte Oksanen
Professor of social psychology, Tampere University, Finland
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Exposure to online hate among young social media users
A Oksanen, J Hawdon, E Holkeri, M Näsi, P Räsänen
Sociological studies of children & youth 18 (1), 253-273, 2014
Online Hate and Harmful Content: Cross-National Perspectives
T Keipi, M Näsi, A Oksanen, P Räsänen
Routledge, 2016
Regulation and Trust: 3-Month Follow-up Study on COVID-19 Mortality in 25 European Countries
A Oksanen, M Kaakinen, R Latikka, I Savolainen, N Savela, A Koivula
JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 6 (2), e19218, 2020
Social acceptance of robots in different occupational fields: A systematic literature review
N Savela, T Turja, A Oksanen
International Journal of Social Robotics 10 (4), 493-502, 2018
Exposure to online hate in four nations: A cross-national consideration
J Hawdon, A Oksanen, P Räsänen
Deviant behavior 38 (3), 254-266, 2017
Soundtrack of the School Shootings: Cultural Script, Music and Male Rage
T Kiilakoski, A Oksanen
Young 19 (3), 247-269, 2011
Pro-anorexia and anti-pro-anorexia videos on YouTube: Sentiment analysis of user responses
A Oksanen, D Garcia, A Sirola, M Näsi, M Kaakinen, T Keipi, P Räsänen
Journal of medical Internet research 17 (11), e256, 2015
‘A life told in ink:’Tattoo Narratives and the Problem of the Self in Late Modern Society
A Oksanen, J Turtiainen
Auto/biography 13 (2), 111-130, 2005
Self-exploration, anonymity and risks in the online setting: analysis of narratives by 14–18-year olds
T Keipi, A Oksanen
Journal of Youth Studies 17 (8), 1097-1113, 2014
Exposure to online hate material and social trust among Finnish youth
M Näsi, P Räsänen, J Hawdon, E Holkeri, A Oksanen
Information Technology & People 28 (3), 607-622, 2015
Young people as victims of crime on the internet: A population-based study in Finland
A Oksanen, T Keipi
Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 1-12, 2013
Online Extremism and Online Hate
J Hawdon, A Oksanen, P Räsänen
Nordicom-Information 37 (3-4), 29-37, 2015
”This can’t happen here!” Community Reactions to School Shootings in Finland
A Oksanen, P Räsänen, J Nurmi, K Lindström
Research on Finnish Society 3, 19-27, 2010
Stories in action: the cultural influences of school shootings on the terrorist attacks in Norway
S Sandberg, A Oksanen, LE Berntzen, T Kiilakoski
Critical Studies on Terrorism, 2014
Social determinants of debt problems in a Nordic welfare state: A Finnish register-based study
A Oksanen, M Aaltonen, K Rantala
Journal of consumer policy 38 (3), 229-246, 2015
Glamorizing rampage online: School shooting fan communities on YouTube
A Oksanen, J Hawdon, P Räsänen
Technology in Society 39, 55-67, 2014
The norm of solidarity: Experiencing negative aspects of community life after a school shooting tragedy
J Nurmi, P Räsänen, A Oksanen
Journal of Social Work, 2011
Association between online harassment and exposure to harmful online content: A cross-national comparison between the United States and Finland
M Näsi, P Räsänen, A Oksanen, J Hawdon, T Keipi, E Holkeri
Computers in Human Behavior 41, 137-145, 2014
Did the risk of exposure to online hate increase after the November 2015 Paris attacks? A group relations approach
M Kaakinen, A Oksanen, P Räsänen
Computers in Human Behavior 78, 90-97, 2018
Cybercrime victimization among young people: a multi-nation study
M Näsi, A Oksanen, T Keipi, P Räsänen
Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention 16 (2 …, 2015
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