Teo Keipi
Teo Keipi
Senior researcher, Aalto University Design Factory
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Online hate and harmful content: Cross-national perspectives
T Keipi, M Näsi, A Oksanen, P Räsänen
Taylor & Francis, 2016
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
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
Targets of online hate: Examining determinants of victimization among young Finnish Facebook users
P Räsänen, J Hawdon, E Holkeri, T Keipi, M Näsi, A Oksanen
Violence and victims 31 (4), 708-725, 2016
Young people as victims of crime on the internet: A population-based study in Finland
A Oksanen, T Keipi
Vulnerable children and youth studies 8 (4), 298-309, 2013
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
Cybercrime victimization and subjective well-being: An examination of the buffering effect hypothesis among adolescents and young adults
M Kaakinen, T Keipi, P Räsänen, A Oksanen
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 21 (2), 129-137, 2018
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
Do routine activities help predict young adults’ online harassment: A multi-nation study
M Näsi, P Räsänen, M Kaakinen, T Keipi, A Oksanen
Criminology & Criminal Justice 17 (4), 418-432, 2017
Harm-advocating online content and subjective well-being: A cross-national study of new risks faced by youth
T Keipi, A Oksanen, J Hawdon, M Näsi, P Räsänen
Journal of Risk Research 20 (5), 634-649, 2017
Changing patterns of social media use? A population-level study of Finland
I Koiranen, T Keipi, A Koivula, P Räsänen
Universal Access in the Information Society 19, 603-617, 2020
Who prefers anonymous self-expression online? A survey-based study of Finns aged 15–30 years
T Keipi, A Oksanen, P Räsänen
Information, Communication & Society 18 (6), 717-732, 2015
Ideological motives, digital divides, and political polarization: How do political party preference and values correspond with the political use of social media?
I Koiranen, A Koivula, A Saarinen, T Keipi
Telematics and Informatics 46, 101322, 2020
Does social belonging to primary groups protect young people from the effects of pro-suicide sites?
J Minkkinen, A Oksanen, M Näsi, T Keipi, M Kaakinen, P Räsänen
Crisis, 2015
Social capital and online hate production: A four country survey
M Kaakinen, P Räsänen, M Näsi, J Minkkinen, T Keipi, A Oksanen
Crime, Law and Social Change 69, 25-39, 2018
Shared contexts, shared background, shared values–Homophily in Finnish parliament members’ social networks on Twitter
I Koiranen, A Koivula, T Keipi, A Saarinen
Telematics and Informatics 36, 117-131, 2019
Crafters, explorers, innovators, and co-creators: Narratives in designers’ identity work
TA Björklund, T Keipi, H Maula
Design Studies 68, 82-112, 2020
Exposure to online hate material and subjective wellbeing: A comparative study of American and Finnish youth
J Keipi, T., Oksanen, A., Räsänen, P. and Hawdon
Online Information Review 41 (5), 2017
Learning across silos: Design Factories as hubs for co‐creation
TA Björklund, T Keipi, S Celik, K Ekman
European Journal of Education 54 (4), 552-565, 2019
Young people who access harm-advocating online content: A four-country survey
A Oksanen, M Näsi, J Minkkinen, T Keipi, M Kaakinen, P Räsänen
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