Tijana Milosevic is a postdoctoral researcher at Dublin City University’s Anti-Bullying Centre, focusing on social media policies, internet governance, and digital media use among children and youth. She is a member of the EU Kids Online research network and has just finished coordinating data collection for the EU Kids Online project in Serbia (nationally-representative survey on children’s digital media use). Her first monograph; “Protecting Children Online? Cyberbullying Policies of Social Media Companies” was published in The MIT Press Information Society Series.
Tijana has also researched young children’s privacy, especially from commercial data collection, as a member of COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) DigiLitEY project. Tijana Milosevic completed her PhD at American University in Washington DC’s School of Communication. She obtained her MA in Media and Public Affairs from The George Washington University, also in DC. She previously researched media coverage of cyberbullying in the US mainstream media and a range of topics from media coverage of the War in Iraq to climate change, public diplomacy, and the effect of copyright policies on visual arts community in the US.
Milosevic interned and worked at media organizations, such as the BBC and Radio Free Europe; public affairs and public diplomacy organizations like Fleishman-Hillard and The Public Diplomacy Council; and finally as a teacher at the French International School in Belgrade, which sparked her interest in understanding children’s behavior, especially in relation to digital media. Her works have been published in the International Journal of Communication, Journal of Children and Media and New Media & Society, among others. You can follow her on Twitter.