The Net Children Go Mobile project is co-funded by the Safer Internet Programme to investigate through quantitative and qualitative methods how the changing conditions of internet access and use – namely, mobile internet and mobile-convergent media – bring greater, fewer or newer risks to children’s online safety. Participating countries include Denmark, Italy, Romania, the UK, Belgium, Ireland and Portugal, the latter three joining the project on a self-funded basis. This report presents the findings of a survey that involved 3,500 children aged 9-16 who are internet users and their parents4 in seven European countries. The fieldwork was conducted between May and July 2013 in Denmark, Italy, Romania and the UK; between November and December 2013 in Ireland; and between February and March 2014 in Belgium and Portugal. Key features of the survey are: • A cognitive testing with eight children from different age groups (9-10, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16) in each country, to check children’s understandings of and reactions to the questions. • Random stratified survey sampling of some 500 children (9-16 years old) who use the internet per country. • Survey administration at home, face to face, with a self-completion section for sensitive questions.
|Numero di pagine||122|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2014|