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Sarikakis, K., & Winter, L. (2017). Social media users’ legal consciousness about privacy. Social Media + Society, 3(1), 1-14.

Mills, A., & Sarikakis, K. (2016). Reluctant activists? The impact of legislative and structural attempts of surveillance on investigative journalism. Big Data & Society, 3(2), 1-11.

Sarikakis, K., Kolokytha, O., &  Rozgonyi, K. (2016). Copyright (and) culture: The governance of audiovisual archives. Info, 18(6).

Sarikakis, K., Krug, C., & Rodriguez-Amat, J.R. (2015). Defining authorship in user-generated content: Copyright struggles in The Game of Thrones. New Media & Society. [OnlineFirst]

Sarikakis, K. & Rodriguez-Amat, J.R. (2014). Intellectual property law change and process: The case of Spanish Ley Sinde as policy laundering. First Monday 19 (3).

Sarikakis, K. & Ganter, S.A. (2014), Priorities in global media policy transfer: Audiovisual and digital policy mutations in the EU, MERCOSUR and the U.S. triangle. European Journal of Communication 29 (1), 17-33.

Lodge, J., & K. Sarikakis (2013). Citizens in ‘an ever-closer union’? The long path to a public sphere in the EU. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics 9 (2), 165-181.

Sarikakis, K. & Ganter, S.A. (2012). Governance and technologies of surveillance: revisiting the gendered divide. Medien Journal. Heft 2, Jg. 36, 2012.

Sarikakis, K. (2012). Access Denied: Gendered migration, immobilisation and the anatomy of silence. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35(5), 800-816 (17).

Sarikakis, K. (2011). Arriving at a Crossroads. Feminist Media Studies. 11(1): 115-122. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2011). Work, Policy and Value in the media of the Digital Age. NORDICOM Review. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2010). Μέσα Επικοινωνίας, Πορνογραφία και Βιομηχανία του Σεξ (Media, Pornography and the Sex Industry). Ζητήματα Επικοινωνίας (Communication Issues). 11. Athens: Kastaniotis (in Greek). PDF

Sarikakis, K. & Nguyen, E., T. (2009). The trouble with Gender: Media policy and Gender mainstreaming in the European Union. Journal of European Integration. 31(2): 201-216. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2007). The Place of Media and Cultural Policy in the EU. European Studies. 24: 13-22. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2007). Mediating Social Cohesion: Media and Cultural Policy in the European Union and Canada. European Studies. 24: 65-90. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2006). Making Security: Citizenship, Public Sphere and the Condition of Symbolic Annihilation. CHALLENGE F6 programme, workpackage. LINK

Sarikakis, K., Rush, R. R. & Oukrop, C. E. (2005). A global hypothesis for women in journalism and mass communications: The ratio of recurrent and reinforced residuum. Gazette: The International Journal of Communication Studies. 67(3): 239-253. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2005). Defending communicative spaces: the remits and limits of the European Parliament. International Communication Gazette. 67(2). Reprinted in In J. Harrison & B. Wessels. Mediating Europe. New Media, Mass Communications, and the European Public Sphere. Oxford: Berghahn Books. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2004). Ideology and policy: notes on the shaping of the Internet. First Monday. 9(8). ISSN 1396-0466. LINK

Sarikakis, K., Rush, R., R., Oukrop, C., Daufin, E., K., Andsager, J, Wooten, B. (2004). Junior Scholars in Search for Equity for Women and Minorities. Journalism & Communication Monographs. 6(4). PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2003). A feminist in Brussels (and Glasgow, Berlin, Düsseldorf…) or Self-configuration in research into European Union politics. European Journal of Women’s Studies. 10(4): 439-457. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2003). In the land of becoming: the gendered experience of communications doctoral students. Art, Design and Communication In Higher Education. 2 (1): 29-48. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2001). Towards a historicity of European media policies. Communicator. 36(2): 29-36. (Delhi- invited paper). PDF

Sarikakis, K. & Terzis, G. (2000). Pleonastic Exclusion from the European Information Society. Telematics and Informatics. 17: 105-128. PDF

Sarikakis, K. (2000). Citizenship and media policy in the semi-periphery: the Greek case. Cyprus Review. 12(2): 17-133. PDF